Myrtha Pools partners up with the International Swimming League once again.
After the grand finale in Las Vegas – where Myrtha amazed everyone by installing a competition pool with a transparent wall in record time to increase the show for the public – the ISL restarts, this time in Italy to kick off its third season. From now up until the end of September, 150 medallists from the last World Championships and Olympics are training in the Myrtha pool, at the Felice Scandone complex in Naples. 320 athletes from 50 nations make up 10 ISL clubs and in addition to the Italians led by Federica Pellegrini, other athletes of that calibre include the Australian Emma McKeon (4 Gold and 3 Bronze in Tokyo), the American Caleb Dressel (5 Gold in Tokyo) and the Japanese Yui Ohashi (2 Gold in Tokyo).
From Naples to Milan, a short step for Myrtha Pools who will also see the official inauguration of the new sports centre on the Bocconi Campus in September. Open to both university students and Milanese, the aquatic centre offers swimming pools and amenities for champions. Cutting-edge technology thanks to the experience that Myrtha Pools has gained over years of expertise in the world of aquatic competitions. Pools that are sustainable in terms of CO2 emissions and efficient in terms of consumption thanks to smart management and filtration software. From Felice Scandone in Naples to Aquamore Bocconi in Milan, Myrtha Pools is present alongside high-performance swimming, a substantial added value for today and tomorrow’s champions.