Indianapolis 2024 what an event!

It is time to draw the conclusions, the historic swimming event held at Lucas Oil Stadium has come to an end. A much-loved sporting event in the United States, it brought as many as two new WR made in Myrtha Pools. The preparation of a show of such magnitude is a significant achievement, and the positive reviews and esteem expressed by outstanding athletes such as Caeleb Dressel and Lilly King towards the Myrtha pools used for the competition are a testament to the great work that has been put in.

During the event, the Myrtha Pools USA team organized tours of Lucas Oil Stadium, providing their guests with an exclusive opportunity to gain a first-hand perspective of the two temporary Olympic swimming pools and the behind-the-scenes footage.

Indianapolis has once again demonstrated its suitability as a venue for hosting events of this nature. With the latest U.S. athletes now able to access Paris, they will have the opportunity to reassert themselves in the quintessential event, where Myrtha will once again play a significant role with its pools. The number of world records set in Myrtha pools has reached an incredible 173, waiting to be further improved. When the spotlight goes out, Myrtha’s work continues.

When the spotlight goes out, Myrtha’s work continues. Now that the competition is over, in fact, it begins the process of dismantling the pools, which are then packed and shipped to their final destinations and permanently installed.
In the case of the pools at Lucas Oil Stadium, the competition pool is destined for the Ft. Wayne Swim and Wellness Alliance, while the warm-up pool will go a bit farther, to the Cayman Island Aquatic Centre.