LONDON AQUATICS CENTRE
The London Aquatics Centre, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a vibrant and accessible facility open to the whole community. Following its transformation after the Games the facility is now open.
The world class Olympic legacy houses two 50m pools, a diving pool with boards and platforms up to 10m, a dry diving zone, a state-of-the-art gym and a crèche.
We work in partnership with British Swimming and the Amateur Swimming Association to develop performance programmes for all Aquatic disciplines based on the successful Beacon model. We are also working with British Swimming who plan to use the centre regularly as an international training venue for elite athletes including Tom Daley.
In addition we are playing host to a number of National and International sporting events throughout the year. The venue also includes catering and meeting room facilities.
Come down to the London Aquatics Centre and take a splash in one of our pools. Whether you're a serious fitness swimmer or looking to splash around with the kids, we have a session to suit.
If you've got a head for heights or enjoy making a splash, why not come along and experience our world class diving facilities?
Why not workout in our 50 station gym with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment with stretch and free weights area. With a fantastic view of the competition pool, you're sure to be inspired.
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