2021 U.S. Olympic Team Trials

CHI Health Center, Omaha, USA

The U.S. Olympic Trials in June 2021 were well worth the wait.

 

For the fourth straight time, Myrtha Pools supplied the pools for the Trials in Omaha, Nebraska. In this case, the meet was delayed for a full year by pandemic. But the strong yet flexible Myrtha approach again proved to be a perfect fit for the event.

Thanks to a cooperative effort with numerous aquatic partners, two Olympic-sized Myrtha pools were assembled in a stunningly rapid 12 days.
Designed by Counsilman Hunsaker, the vessels made perfect use of the space inside the CHI Health Center arena and again allowed a bright spotlight to shine on the sport for its avid U.S. fans.

The competition pool featured 10 lanes and 50 meters worth of shimmering waters in the Myrtha Classic Competition gutter style. The warm-up pool included both a 50-meter course along with an additional 25-meter portion adjacent to the main body.
With the competition pool destined for permanent installment with V3 Sports in Minneapolis, and the warm-up pool headed for a home in Ocala, Fla., the winning heritage associated with the event figures to have a long-lasting effect on competitive swimming in the U.S.

The U.S. Olympic Trials in June 2021 were well worth the wait.

 

For the fourth straight time, Myrtha Pools supplied the pools for the Trials in Omaha, Nebraska. In this case, the meet was delayed for a full year by pandemic. But the strong yet flexible Myrtha approach again proved to be a perfect fit for the event.

Thanks to a cooperative effort with numerous aquatic partners, two Olympic-sized Myrtha pools were assembled in a stunningly rapid 12 days.
Designed by Counsilman Hunsaker, the vessels made perfect use of the space inside the CHI Health Center arena and again allowed a bright spotlight to shine on the sport for its avid U.S. fans.

The competition pool featured 10 lanes and 50 meters worth of shimmering waters in the Myrtha Classic Competition gutter style. The warm-up pool included both a 50-meter course along with an additional 25-meter portion adjacent to the main body.
With the competition pool destined for permanent installment with V3 Sports in Minneapolis, and the warm-up pool headed for a home in Ocala, Fla., the winning heritage associated with the event figures to have a long-lasting effect on competitive swimming in the U.S.