Andheri Sports Complex
Andheri Sports Complex is actually a multi purpose facility that is situated on Veera Desai Road in Andheri West, Mumbai, India (it is near to the Western Railways: Andheri Station). Its local name is "Shahaji Raje Krida Sankul".
It is used for both national level sports tournaments and entertainment purposes. A number of Bollywood cinemas have also been shot in this complex. This stadium also played host to Michael Jackson performed there during the History World Tour on November 1, 1996. Charity organizations also make use of the centre. Salman Khan and many other Hindi Film actors performed at the charity event at the centre in October to raise money for the flood victims of Bihar in 2008.
This swimming complex also has an Olympic size swimming pool and a diving pool with 4 diving levels.
Basavanagudi Aquatic Centre
Basavanagudi Aquatic Centre (BAC) is a main swimming training centre situated in Bengaluru, in the state of Karnataka. This centre, at any given point, caters to about 400 regular swimmers from various age groups at various levels. The swimmers from India who represent the country at international matches train at this centre. The Centre works full time and has got the status of a professional Aquatic Centre. The staffs consist of many well trained coaches.
Bengaluru actually became a destination for more talented swimmers of India in the 1980 as it boasted a swimming academy culture by several clubs and was supported by year round pleasant weather for training. In 1986 Basavanagudi Aquatic Centre was started and soon it became a sought after training centre for elite swimmers from all over India.
Some of India's notable international swimmers who have trained at this pool are Nisha Millet, Rohit Halvaldar, Mandar Divase, Rehan Poncha, Aaron D'souza, Talasha Prabhu, Shubha C, Arhata Magavi and Arjun JP, Fariha Zaman.
SPM Swimming Pool Complex
SPM Swimming Pool Complex or Dr. S. P. Mukherjee Swimming Stadium in New Delhi, India, hosted the events for 2010 Commonwealth Games. This stadium is owned by Sports Authority of India (SAI). For the purpose of Commonwealth Games the stadium was renovated with a total cost of Rs 377 crore. On the first night of racing, proceedings were delayed when debris from the ceiling fell into the water.
Velachery Aquatic Complex
Velachery Aquatic Complex is a popular swimming complex with special facilities for spectators in the Indian city of Chennai in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is built with the purpose of 1995 South Asian Games.
There are tremendous facilities available inside the complex region. Some of it includes one racing pool (50 X 25 M), one diving pool (18 X 25 M), one warm up pool (20 X 25 M), VIP lobby and lounge, change rooms, shower cubicles, physiotherapy room, first aid, CCTV, control room, electronic score board, Equipped Gym, commentator box and seating for 4000 spectators and well trained swimmers. The pool is open to the public for membership and offers fee concessions for swimming competition medal winners
Yamuna Sports Complex
Yamuna Sports Complex is a popular sports complex situated in the Indian capital of Delhi. It was set up in the year 1999, and hosts various games like table tennis, rugby, wrestling and boxing. It is owned by the Delhi Development Authority. It was a venue for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
The venue for table tennis has a total capacity of 4,297. It has two show court tables, eight match tables and 10 warm-up tables. The net area of the plot is 26000 sq metres. The area of the basement is is 26000 sq. m and the total plinth area is 43765 sq. m. It has wooden flooring in match courts and show courts. It has car parking facilities for 504 cars.
The venue for archery has total capacity of 1,500. The total plot area is 40000 sq. m. It has car parking facilities for 500 cars. It is located near the posh locality of Yojana Vihar, near Vivek Vihar and Shahdara localities. It was the venue for Archery at the 2010 Commonwealth Games as well as Lawn bowls at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
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