London Aquatics Centre

Swim with champions.

Make a splash

Make a
Splash

Bring the whole family to experience the worlds greatest swimming pools.

Come on, dive in

Come on,
Dive in

Get a head for heights on our former Olympic diving boards.

Welcome to the London Aquatics Centre, the most technologically advanced and stunning swimming facility in the World and home of the 2012 London Legacy. Visit the venue to experience the magic for yourself.  Whether you’re a novice swimmer or an experienced athlete, the London Aquatics Centre provides ways for you to get in on the action at this outstanding facility.

Explore the London Aquatics Centre

swimming at the London Aquatics Centre

swimming

Swim like a champion at the London Aquatics Centre. Enjoy lane swimming, family fun sessions and much more

diving

diving

If you are interested in diving the London Aquatics Centre has it all; from public dive sessions to the Tom Daley Diving Academy

gym

gym

There's no better place to train or workout than the London Aquatics Centre, our 50 station gym is equipped with the newest technology, find out more

events

events

See what’s on at the London Aquatics Centre. Take part or sit back and watch the professionals at their best.

Latest news

Miley earns Worlds place

Hannah Miley secured a World Championship place with a win in the 400m individual medley final at the British Championships in London.

Scotland's Miley, who won the 200m butterfly on Tuesday, finished in four minutes 32.16 seconds, which was 0.85secs inside the qualification mark.

Aimee Willmott was second and Rosie Rudin third.

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Peaty sets London alight with World record

On the penultimate day in London Adam Peaty rewrote the history books as he set a new World record in the Men’s Open 100m Breaststroke at the British Swimming Championships 2015.

Man of the moment, Peaty had the crowd roaring as they carried him to the finish in a time of 57.92. Now World record holder in both 50m and 100m events, the City of Derby swimmer is the first man in history to break through the 58 second barrier.

Reacting to his swim, Peaty said: “I can’t believe it, coming in earlier I thought I could get a really good time, maybe a 58.5. Before that race I just thought I’ve done all the training for a 57, and it all paid it off in the end.

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Carlin tops the podium in London

After a sizzling day in London, the temperature inside the London Aquatics Centre reached fever pitch as Jazz Carlin sailed to victory on day two of the British Swimming Championships 2015. 

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