Here’s a pic of the girls with the amazing volunteers from the World Championships!
Electric Eels is a family orientated club specifically for children (over 8) & adults with Down Syndrome. We cater for experienced & non-swimmers alike, who wish to develop their fitness, core strength & improve technical aspects of swimming, in a safe, friendly environment.
Electric Eels was founded in June 2008. We are a competitive swim club for young people over 8 with Down Syndrome.
In 2014, Electric Eels launched the Syncro part of the club with the help of the GB team. We are the only such club in the country.
The club relies on teachers and volunteers. No formal qualifications are required, but you should be interested in swimming.
On Sunday our swimmers and volunteers took part in the Windsor Lions Club sponsored swim at Windsor Leisure Pool. Each time a swimmer completed 2 lengths a lap was recorded. The volunteers team completed 82 laps making it 164 lengths. … Read More
We took 10 swimmers to the Guildford Gala on 15th November, which was on a Sunday evening. This is the most swimmers we have taken to a gala, and we were delighted with all of their swims. We had a … Read More
Four swimmers went to the Hatfield Gala on Saturday. There were some lovely races, each swimmer could swim 2 races and a relay. We had eight races and won 7 medals, Brilliant, there were only medals for 1st, 2nd, & … Read More
A huge THANK YOU to UNLTD for awarding Pauline with their “Build it award” for social entrepreneurs. The word says it all, we have been able to build up the club in so many ways. From equipment, a new web … Read More
Our Patron Graham Edmunds (son of Pauline) a Paralympic double gold medalist came to our awards evening to present some of our swimmers with our club trophies. This was a great evening, with most of the swimmers, family and Volunteers … Read More
Starfish Gala Saturday October 17th 2015 Eight swimmers attended the inter club gala between Starfish and the Eels at Maidenhead on Saturday evening, this is the third year we have attended this gala. Our swimmers swam brilliantly, showing lovely strokes … Read More