15th FINA World Masters Championships - Montreal 2014 - Venues

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Parc Jean-Drapeau

Parc Jean-Drapeau was put together for the Expo 67. It is composed of two islands: Ste-Helene and Notre-Dame. 'Société du Parc Jean Drapeau' is mandated to maintain this beautiful park for the joy of all Montreal residents. For more information about Parc Jean-Drapeau, click here.

Aquatic Complex - SWIMMING & DIVING

Located next to Parc Jean-Drapeau metro station, the Aquatic Complex includes one 10 lane main competition pool, one recreational pool with 8 lanes as well as a world class diving tank.


Aquatic Complex - venue for Swimming & Diving
Aquatic Complex - venue for Swimming & Diving

Rowing Basin - OPEN WATER

Located on Notre-Dame Island, right next to Gilles-Villeneuve racing track is the rowing basin.


Rowing Basin - venue for Open Water
Rowing Basin - venue for Open Water

Montreal Olympic Pools - WATER POLO #1

Part of the infrastructures used for Montreal 1976 Olympic Games, the Olympic Pools offers great aquatic facilities. Full of memories, good times and records, this complex includes among others a main 50m X 25m pool, a secondary 5 lanes long course pool as well as a diving pool.


Montreal Olympic Pools - venue #1 for Water Polo
Montreal Olympic Pools - venue #1 for Water Polo

Claude-Robillard Sports Complex -  WATER POLO #2 & SYNCHRO

The Claude-Robillard Sports Complex was built, along with many other sports facilities, for 1976 Summer Olympic Games. Completely renovated in 2009, the aquatic facilities include a 10 lane 50m pool as well as a diving tank.


Claude-Robillard Sports Complex - venue #2 for Water Polo & Synchro
Claude-Robillard Sports Complex - venue #2 for Water Polo & Synchro


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