Newly built by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government in Tatsumi-no-Mori Seaside Park, the Tokyo Aquatics Centre will serve as the venue for swimming events at the Tokyo 2020 Games. This venue is scheduled for completion in February 2020 and is being built at a cost of 56.7 billion JPY.
With a total area of approximately 65,500 square meters, this venue boasts the largest scale of any indoor venue built by the city. The facility is equipped with four above-ground stories and one below-ground level, a main pool and sub pool for swimming events, and pools for diving and artistic swimming events. The racing pools are both 50 meters x 25 meters with a maximum of 10 lanes. The 25 meter x 25 meter diving pool features five diving board levels ranging from 1 to 10 meters in height. Equipped with world-class functionality, these pools are surrounded by approximately 15,000 spectator seats and two large-scale monitors to improve visibility.
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