William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center

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The William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center is an aquatics venue located in Irvine, California, United States. The City of Irvine operates year-round municipal programs in aquatic facility. The center provides a venue for local, regional and national competitive events and features two 50 meter pools and a 25 yard instruction pool. Aquatics activities include a combination of instructional, educational, recreational and competitive programs offered by the City and a number of local nonprofit aquatic organizations. During the 1984 Summer Olympics, it hosted the swimming portion of the modern pentathlon event. It has since hosted the 2010 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, the 2014 USA National Swimming Championships, and the 2015 USA Water Polo National Junior Olympics. It is scheduled to host the 2018 USA Swimming Championships. The facility, originally named the Heritage Park Aquatics Center, was renamed after the City of Irvine's first City Manager and rebuilt beginning in 2003.

References

  • 1984 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. Part 1. pp. 140-3.
  • Yahoo! profile

External links

City of Irvine | Aquatics Centers

Coordinates: 33°42′4″N 117°46′51″W / 33.70111°N 117.78083°W / 33.70111; -117.78083

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