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  • Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center

Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center

Brown Deer, WI

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Site of the 1980 NCAA Swim Championships and USS National Swimming Championships.

The Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center is nationally recognized for its aquatics programs, offering the only 50-meter swimming pool in the state of Wisconsin (at the time of construction). The facility was built in 1980 and includes a 50- by 20-meter pool with a movable floor and two bulkheads. Diving includes two 1-meter boards and two 3-meter boards on Durafirm stands, and platforms of 3-,5-,7 1/2-, and 10-meters.

In 1981, Mary Meagher set the women's world record in the 100-meter and 200-meter butterfly in the U.S. Long-Course Swimming Championships at this facility. The 200-meter record stood for 20 years.

Pool Type

Indoor 50 Meter

Competitive Venue

Project Type

Parks and Recreation

Competitive Venue

Project Service

Design Services

Status

Completed 1980

Architect

None

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