In Podgorica and beyond, water polo and Myrtha excel together.
After the European Water Polo Championships, which took place in the Myrtha pool installed for the occasion in Split, Croatia, the world’s best water polo players are returning to the water in the first stage of the World Aquatics World Cup in Podgorica, the capitol city of Montenegro. And they will be conducting this immersion in one of the two Myrtha pools at the Morača Sports Centre.
Originally, these pools were built with Myrtha technology in 2009 for the 8th FINA Men’s Water Polo World Championships, and they later were featured in the 2016 FINA Men’s Youth Water Polo World Championships and the European U19 Championships. One pool in particular within the Morača Sports Centre will be the star attraction for the World Aquatics World Cup, which runs from March 8 through March 14. It is the vessel that was recently transformed into an indoor pool, thanks to the aggressive renovation of the centre. In addition to host Montenegro, Spain, Serbia, Greece, Australia and Georgia will also compete in the Myrtha pool in Podgorica.
The bond between Myrtha and Montenegro continues to grow. This is reflected by the partnership with the Montenegrin Swimming and Water Polo Federation (MWPF), promoted by Tomaz Bizajl. He is CEO of Myrtha Southeast Europe and VAMAR, Myrtha’s local distributor.
Looking forward to the best goals of the new water polo season in 2023? We suggest you to take a look at the best goals from last year’s World Final in Budapest.