Managed by GLL, the London Aquatics Centre opened in March 2014, following the success of 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.

London Aquatics Celebrates First Birthday

Over 4,600 people flocked to the London Aquatics Centre last month to celebrate its first birthday. To mark the occasion, GLL, who operate the venue on behalf of the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), hosted a day of taster water sports sessions. Special guests on the day included Aimee Willmott, Commonwealth Games medallist and London […]

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London Aquatics Celebrates First Birthday

Over 4,600 people flocked to the London Aquatics Centre last month to celebrate its first birthday. To mark the occasion, GLL, who operate the venue on behalf of the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), hosted a day of taster water sports sessions. Special guests on the day included Aimee Willmott, Commonwealth Games medallist and London […]

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Olympic Legacy Continues In Bath

One of the temporary training pools installed in London for the 2012 Olympics and earmarked as a legacy benefit is being installed at Bath University. Aqua leisure specialists Barr + Wray will decommission and remove the existing pool and filtration plant from the University of Bath sports complex and install the Olympic Legacy pool and […]

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Gold Standard

  With the London Olympics almost upon us, these are exciting times for swimming in the UK and the swimming pool industry as a whole. At five key training centres across Britain, competing swimmers are working flat out before they go for gold – and already swimming pools are seeing a dramatic increase in interest, […]

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