Plouf 2014 – Teams

Plouf 2014 – A fun filled day  with swimmers competitiveness growing as the hours past.

Click on an image to begin the slideshow, then click on the ‘i’ in the bottom left corner will show team names and number of laps completed.

We have tried to accurately match the teams to the images. If you find an error please send us an email with the correct team name.

Plouf 2014 – Team Picture Downloads

The Plouf 2014 Team pictures may be downloaded for personal use only from this post.

See also bottom of this post for how to get more photos.

09:00 – 09:55

Lane 1: BINCHK Duo

Lane 2: Germain

Lane 3: Team Bob

Lane 4: Les Nigerians

10:00 – 10:55

Lane 1: Starfish

Lane 2: Les épaves volantes

Lane 3: Binchk Babes

Lane 4: Adam 2

11:00 – 11:55

Lane 1: Stelian Conseils

Lane 2: Chatou au Bout

Lane 3: BS Grasshoppers

Lane 4: BS Chima Lions

12:00 – 12:55

Lane 1: Claude's Swimmers

Lane 2: Cake Boss Team

Lane 3: Netball Nageurs

Lane 4: Les Baigneuses Britanniques

13:00 – 13:55

Lane 1: Adams

Lane 2: Coeur-Gospel 2

Lane 3: Student Council Faithful

Lane 4: Coeur-Gospel

14:00 – 14:55

Lane 1: STAGS (Senior Tuesday Afternoon Golf Swimmers)

Lane 2: Mathias' team

Lane 4: Le clan des 7

15:00 – 15:55

Lane 1: Germany S2

Lane 2: Wiechers family

Lane 3: Germany S

Lane 4: Germany P

16:00 – 16:55

Lane 1: Paddlers

Lane 2: American Section


Lane 4: Equipe de Zlatan

Additional photos have been generously made available for download here until 15th December.


Plouf 2014 – Swimathon

Lions Club Yvelines Heraldic (LCYH) is now staging its swimathon.

Plouf 2014

Where: Le Pecq swimming pool

When: Tuesday 11 November 2014

This is a fun, family event organised to raise funds for the association Autisme-en-Yvelines.

Autisme-en-Yvelines will use the funds to equip a classroom in a school to accommodate the needs of autistic children.

Plouf 2014 is a friendly relay event, where teams of six or eight swimmers take turns to swim 25m lengths of the pool.

Each team is sponsored by relatives, friends and colleagues of each of the swimmers – who are responsible for finding a few sponsors for their team.

The sponsors can choose whether to sponsor the team with an amount per length swum during 55 minutes or to donate a fixed amount in the name of the team.

If spending 55 minutes in a pool with your friends – and at the same time helping those less fortunate than yourself – appeals to you, why not enter a team? It really is simple: just register a team by clicking here


Everything that you need to know is explained on the Plouf page.

Team captains receive a special Plouf T-shirt for their efforts and all swimmers receive a goodie bag that will help to replenish those calories burned during your swim.

Prizes are awarded to the team with the greatest number of lengths, the most money earned, and the youngest and oldest swimmer are also recognised.

Donations may be sent to support the event using the Donations page.

You can also join an existing team by e-mailing LCYH  where you will receive by return email an introduction and a sponsorship form.

All are welcome to drop by the pool on the 11 November to join in the fun and perhaps drop of a donation for this very worthy charitable event.