Myrtha at 2024 Canadian Olympic & Paralympic Trials

We are proud to see a Myrtha pool hosting the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Swimming Trials once again. These trials give Canadian swimmers a chance to secure a ticket to Paris for the 33rd Olympic Games, starting on July 26.

The Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC) serves as the venue for the Olympic and Paralympic qualifiers for Canadian athletes. This world-class center, inaugurated in 2014, features three pools provided by Myrtha: one for competitions, one for training, and one designated for diving. Myrtha Pools has been providing pools for Canadian athletes and citizens since the late 1990s, showcasing a long history of support for aquatic sports, as evidenced by our partnership with Swimming Canada, the Canadian swimming federation.

Speaking of history, it is thanks to Myrtha’s versatility and pinpoint accuracy that the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre was able to host major events like the 17th Pan American Games in 2015. After numerous local and national competitions, nearly 10 years later, the Myrtha pools at the Canadian facility are still the perfect place to host top-notch aquatic events like the Canadian Trials. Myrtha’s constant presence in such significant sporting events is a source of pride for us. It also drives us to innovate and improve, ensuring we offer today’s and tomorrow’s champions the best possible pools.