The Myrtha pools installed in the Videna Aquatic Centre will once again be the scene of international swimming competition, just three years after the XVIII edition of the 2019 Pan American Games and just months after holding the FINA Men's and Women's Water Polo World League Intercontinental Cup.  

The National Sports Village in Lima once again will show off its three pools built with Myrtha technology that has continued to be an asset for the country's athletes, and aquatic sports in general. After closures due to the pandemic, 2022 marks the return to international competition for a unique aquatic centre in Peru and one of the most advanced in all of Latin America.

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A 52m training pool, a diving pool equipped with a bubble system – to soften the impact from the highest platforms – and a 50m competition pool designed with the cutting-edge Myrtha CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) and the Strahlenturbulenz system.

The latter system is designed to avoid impeding swimmers with currents in the competition course, and at the same time to provide perfect and efficient circulation of the water. All the Myrtha pools in the Videna Aquatics Centre are approved by FINA for national and international competition.