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The Atatürk Swimming Complex is a swimming centre in Adana, featuring two outdoor olympic size swimming pools and an indoor semi-olympic swimming pool. The building was opened in 1936, and re-constructed in 2009 at a cost of 6.5 million TL. The complex was the venue of the legendary Adana Demirspor waterpolo team.

Atatürk Swimming Complex
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LocationSeyhan, Adana, Turkey
Coordinates36°59′46″N 35°19′15″E / 36.99611°N 35.32083°E / 36.99611; 35.32083Coordinates: 36°59′46″N 35°19′15″E / 36.99611°N 35.32083°E / 36.99611; 35.32083
OwnerAdana Youth Services and Sports Directorate
Capacity2200
Construction
Opened1936
Construction cost6.5 million TL (re-construction)
Atatürk Pool

Olympic length Atatürk swimming pool features:[1]

  • 10-lane
  • 2.4 depth
  • 5.5m high 3-storey diving tower (with elevator)
  • 2200-seater Spectator Stands with Shelter[2]
Yüzüncü Yıl Pool Building
Yüzüncü Yıl Pool

Olympic length outdoor 100.Yıl swimming pool features:

  • 10-lane
  • 2.4 depth
  • Spectator Stands with Shelter

Semi-olympic length indoor swimming pool features:

  • 5-lane
  • 1.8m depth


In addition, the fitness centre is equipped with cardiovascular conditioning equipment, strength training equipment, and free weights. The facility also includes two cafeterias, sauna and multi-purpose rooms.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Adana'ya uluslararası yüzme kompleksi (Turkish)". Ntvmsnbc.
  2. ^ "Yüzme Havuzu(Turkish)". SaglikliSpor.