Training Down under

Nis Heide Pinnerup from Denmark is laying the groundwork for the Down Syndrome World Swimming Championships which will take place in Canada in July.  He spent the past 3 weeks in Perth Australia, training hard for 2 hours a day, six days a week.  .


The World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) have changed the Rules for Organisations wishing to Sign-up to WADA,    SUDS is now pursuing the new process.  This will take some time and so, until we have more information, it is not necessary to use the TUE Forms in preparation for competitions.  We will notify everyone as soon as we have completed the process and have been accepted as a Signatotry to WADA.

Awareness and promotional partnership with Tsenya

ISUDS aquired the services of Tsenya, who has already designed a new logo and updated our web page. We hope that this partnership will give more athletes the opportunity to participate in our events.

Media Indemnity

EU new GDPR came into effect on 25 May 2018. SUDS have drawn up a Media Indemnity form. Please print and complete the form. Send it by email to Dr Geoff Smedley at 

Click below to download the form.

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