natatorium


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natatorium

1.A swimming pool.
2. A building containing a swimming pool.
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The Natatorium is discreetly tucked behind the single-storey wall.
Natatorium, where the 2000 summer Olympic trials were held.
Indianapolis is the Amateur Sports Capital of the World and home to the world-famous Natatorium.
The Children's Museum, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, NCAA Hall of Champions, and the Natatorium (host of Olympic swim trials for 2000) are all great places to start
Separated from the rest of Waikiki by the newly restored War Memorial Natatorium, Sans Souci Beach Park is only a 1/4-mile walk east (toward Diamond Head) from Waikiki on the edge of Kapiolani Regional Park.
Koury Natatorium, Chapel Hill, NC Seating Capacity: 1,000 Number of Athletes: 766 Countries Represented: 104 Volunteers: 300 daily Events: Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly, Individual Medley, Freestyle Relay, Medley Relay, Distances ranging from 25 meters to 800 meters.
for their generosity in allowing us the use of their handsome natatorium for our swimming meet of March 12th.
These comments seemed to support statements made by the park district pool operators, who set up fans and opened doors to the outside to ventilate the natatorium whenever they shocked the pool.
5 million Olympic natatorium on the campus of Georgia Tech, which will be the site of the swimming, diving and men's water polo competitions.
University Place Conference Center & Hotel, for example, is on the campus of Indiana University, in Indianapolis, and, according to Ann Rein, director of advertising and public relations, offers guests access to facilities that include the Indiana University Natatorium, which was used in the Olympic swimming trials; 18 outdoor and 6 indoor tennis courts; and a full-scale track and field stadium.
One major university found that students were accessing the tunnels to gain entry to the campus natatorium after hours so that they could swim nude.
He was chairman of the University of Louisville Billion Dollar Campaign, chaired a $75 million campaign on behalf of the Frazier Rehabilitation Institute to construct a new state-of-the-art facility, and led an $18 million building campaign at the University of Louisville for a natatorium and swimming complex.