During the Games, the venue will provide temporary aquatic training facilities including three Olympic-size swimming pools, a synchronised swimming pool and a water polo pool. The temporary Games-time pools will be moved after London 2012, with potential users including schools, universities and local communities around the country.
John Armitt, Chairman of the ODA, said: ‘A huge amount has
been achieved since the start of construction only 18 months ago with work
progressing on all elements of the Eton Manor project.
'It is encouraging to see this world-class Paralympic venue and important legacy facilities taking shape with the venue firmly on track to be completed on time and within budget.’