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Swimming Times: Making Waves

New technology could give cash-strapped councils an alternative to spending millions on demolishing and rebuilding ageing pool stock. Richard Kamburn, from Swim England’s Facilities Team, explains how it works. Swimming times – Making waves Water Babies Targets Four Centres in 2018

Swimming Pool News: Infant swimming school Water Babies has set itself an ambition of building four new swim centres in the UK, Germany and China this year. Water Babies are working with globally-renowned Italian pool building firm Myrtha Pools, who have constructed pools for the most recent Olympic Games, World Championships and Commonwealth Games. Steve […] – Sub-junior and junior meet at Balewadi

“The Glenmark 34th sub-junior National aquatics championship and 44th junior Nationals will be organised by the Maharashtra State Amateur Aquatics Association at the Balewadi Sports Complex from June 28-July 6. The event will feature over 1400 athletes from across the country vying for honors in swimming, diving and water polo. The sub-junior events will be […] : How to turn a hockey rink into a pool in 10 days

On a typical cold December night, this arena might be brimming with junior hockey fans in the seats for a Windsor Spitfires game. But this week is different. With the WFCU Centre hosting the short-course swimming world championships, the 61-metre-long sheet of white ice has been replaced by a sparkling, blue, 10-lane, 25-metre pool. “When […]

WFCU Centre makeover: Hockey rink becomes competition pool

The WFCU Centre is about to make a splash. The hockey arena is now all dressed up as an aquatic complex, courtesy of 1.4 million litres of water that just filled the temporary 25-metre pool in the main bowl. More than 1,000 world-class swimmers will compete Dec. 6-11 at the 13th FINA World Swimming Championships. […] Have pool, will swim at Windsor’s WFCU Centre

Home of the OHL’s Spitfires turned into world-class swimming pool temporarily, thanks to the innovation behind Myrtha pools. The WFCU Centre, normally home to the Ontario Hockey League’s Windsor Spitfires, has been transformed into a world-class swimming pool where 1,000 athletes from 170 nations are vying for medals at the world short-course championships. A world-class […]

Myrtha equipment was not used in the diving or water polo pools!

Myrtha equipment was not used in the diving or water polo pools. Those pools built for the 2007 Pan-American Games– as mentioned in previous news –  were not provided by Myrtha and the company has nothing to do neither with the installation nor with the current operations.  READ FINA STATEMENT! FINA: Myrtha equipment was not used in the […]

2016 Rio Olympic Games | Italy already made it… in the pool!

Before Rio Games starts, the 2016 Olympics already have someone on the podium: the winner is Myrtha Pools, an Italian excellence in the world of manufacturing. Founded in 1961, Myrtha is currently considered as the world leading company of the industry, especially in USA, Australia and New Zealand. Myrtha reinvented the world of swimming pool […]


This is what is happening in Switzerland, where actually a Myrtha component is evaluated as a fine work of contemporary art in one of the artistic installations signed by Alicia Frankovich. Complex Bodies exhibition inaugurates a new series of art shows based on the theme “120%–Optimization vs. Entropy”, and taking place in the context of the *Kurator program of the Gebert Stiftung für Kultur. The […]