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Biennial General Meeting

Greetings all The 10th Down Syndrome World Championships is just over 3 months away.   All swimmers are in full training for this event. The Biennial General Meeting will take place on the 20th October 2022.   All details are available on the website under Events  –  10th Down Syndrome World Swimming Championships Please do not hesitate to

26 Jun 2022 posted by Barbara

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10th Down Syndrome International Champs 2022

World Championship Albufeira, Portugal 11th December 2021 Greetings all Trust that you are all keeping well in-spite-of the new Covid variant.  I hope that the latter has not disrupted your Christmas plans.   So many families have been devastated, including mine, by the travel bans. The Programme of  Events and Minimum Qualifying Standards for the World

11 Dec 2021 posted by Barbara

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Announcement

Announcement from DSISO Executive Committee Announcement

14 May 2021 posted by Barbara

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Covid-19 & Healthcare Protocol

The first version the “COVID-19 and Healthcare  Protocol”  of the SUDS Open European  Tri-Games, to be held in Ferrara, Italy, from 4-10th October 2021. The file is downloadable on the website – https://www.eurotrigames2021.eu Also available on DSISO website:        1st Open European Tri-Games 2021 Covid-19 & Healthcare Protocols    

14 May 2021 posted by Barbara

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Newsletter February 2021

Latest news from DSISO Newsletter February 2021

10 Feb 2021 posted by Barbara

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Paralympics Participation swimmers with Down syndrome

Swimmers with Down syndrome missing Paralympics under ‘unfair’ rules By Emily Laurence PHOTO: John and Danny Rumsey after the swimmer came second in the 50m freestyle. With the countdown on to the Rio Paralympics, Australian swimmers with Down syndrome say unfair rules are excluding them from making the Games. Australia recently scooped the pool at

29 Aug 2016 posted by Barbara
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