World Championships in Fukuoka come to an end

The races in Fukuoka have concluded, with a remarkable achievement of 10 World Records being set in the Myrtha pools specially built for the World Aquatics Championships. Following their outstanding performance in the recent FINA World Championships in Melbourne, the Australian national team has climbed up the rankings and declared themselves as the team to beat in the upcoming Doha World Aquatics Championships. The ‘Aussies‘ bring home an impressive haul of 13 gold medals and 5 World Records.

Even as time passes and historical records are broken – like those previously held by Phelps and Pellegrini, now surpassed respectively by the Frenchman Marchand and the Australian O’Callaghan – Myrtha Pools continues to excel at the highest level, reaching the astonishing number of 168 World Records set in their pools.