The new London 2012 Legacy Pool will reopen to the public on April 22

Team Bath’s swimming programme offers opportunities for all users, from our learn-to-swim sessions to our performance setup which is home to a British Swimming National Training Centre.

Some of Britain’s top swimmers base their training at the University of Bath, including Rio 2016 medallists Jazz Carlin, Siobhan-Marie O’ConnorChris Walker-Hebborn and James Guy, plus MJ Church ambassador and Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games medallist Anna Hopkin.

Olympic Legacy Pool

In 2015 we completed the redevelopment of our 50m London 2012 Legacy swimming pool which features a new pool tank, modernised plant room and refurbished ventilation system.

The pool, which is open to the public on a daily basis, has been described as “amazing” and worthy of “making a massive difference” by our top swimmers.


For a timetable of when the pool is accessible to members of the public see our timetable here:  https://www.teambath.com/about/prices-bookings/swimming/

How to get involved

Memberships are a cost-effective way of affording long-term access to the swimming pool.

Alternatively, the pool is available on a pay and play basis. A full breakdown of prices can be found here: prices

Book facilities

To book the swimming pool, please email Judy Higgs or call her on 01225 385192.

For hydrotherapy pool and ice bath bookings, please email Lynn Chappell or call her on 01225 385952.

Swimming contacts

Team Bath Head Coach: Mark Skimming, M.A.A.Skimming@bath.ac.uk

National Training Centre: Dave McNulty, Dave.McNulty@swimming.org

Team Bath Synchro Club: Ila Brandimarte, teambathsynchro@gmail.com

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