Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center
|Location||Kōtō, Tokyo, Japan|
|Built||December 1990 (broke ground)|
|Depth||1.4–3.0 m (4 ft 7 in–9 ft 10 in) (adjustable)|
|Lanes||8 (long course ),16 (short course)|
Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center (東京辰巳国際水泳場 Tōkyō Tatsumi Kokusai Suieijō) is a swimming venue in Kōtō, Tokyo, Japan. The swimming center has hosted several Japanese swimming championships.
The swimming complex was designed by the Environment Design Institute, a Tokyo architecture firm. It was commissioned by the Bureau of Port and Harbour, a unit of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. The building is built largely of steel-reinforced concrete except for the roof, which is a steel pipe space-truss structure. The structural design was by Kozo Keikaku Engineering. The complex was substantially completed in March 1993.
World records broken in the TTISC
- 200 m breaststroke 2:07.51 Kosuke Kitajima; June 8, 2008
- 200 m breaststroke 2:06.67 Ippei Watanabe; January 29, 2017.
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