Palma de Mallorca 1999, Universiad

July 1999. On the occasion of the University pools Games, a new Swimming Center has been built in Palma de Mallorca, fitted with the most advanced technological equipment available today.

The chosen place is Son Hugo, after which the sports center is named.
Architect Joaquin Pujol, who signs this highly prestigious project, has chosen Myrtha Technology for all the three swimming pools of the Centre.

The first one is a 50 meter indoor Myrtha pool, with stands for 700 spectators. It is equipped with movable floor and two bulkheads and it is designed to host international swimming competitions (50 and 25 m), water polo and synchro-swimming. It has furthermore 5 underwater windows for the television broadcast.
The second one is an outdoor 50 meter Myrtha pool, equipped with removable headwalls, 8 underwater windows, suitable for swimming and water polo competitions with wide stands for the spectators.
The third tank is a 25m outdoor diving pool, five meters deep and equipped with two underwater windows and a machine for the creation of a safety air cushion for the entrance in water.
All the three pools have furthermore a perimeter inspection corridor.

July 1999. On the occasion of the University pools Games, a new Swimming Center has been built in Palma de Mallorca, fitted with the most advanced technological equipment available today.

The chosen place is Son Hugo, after which the sports center is named.
Architect Joaquin Pujol, who signs this highly prestigious project, has chosen Myrtha Technology for all the three swimming pools of the Centre.

The first one is a 50 meter indoor Myrtha pool, with stands for 700 spectators. It is equipped with movable floor and two bulkheads and it is designed to host international swimming competitions (50 and 25 m), water polo and synchro-swimming. It has furthermore 5 underwater windows for the television broadcast.
The second one is an outdoor 50 meter Myrtha pool, equipped with removable headwalls, 8 underwater windows, suitable for swimming and water polo competitions with wide stands for the spectators.
The third tank is a 25m outdoor diving pool, five meters deep and equipped with two underwater windows and a machine for the creation of a safety air cushion for the entrance in water.
All the three pools have furthermore a perimeter inspection corridor.

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