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Rose Bowl Aquatics Center The Rose Bowl Aquatics Center is a pool facility located in Pasadena, CA adjacent to the Rose Bowl Stadium. It is best known as the training facility for the Rose Bowl Aquatics swim club, as well as Rose Bowl Masters swimming and Rose Bowl diving teams. Contents 1 History 2 Other events and usage 3 Rose Bowl Aquatics swim club 4 References 5 External links History The Rose Bowl Aquatics Center opened in 1989 in the former site of the city's defunct Brookside Plunge. The project was funded with a $4.5-million city loan and $2 million in private donations, including a crucial final $430,000 from Pasadena neighbor, Dr. Gene Scott (w. Eugene Scott, Ph.D), who was also Vice-Chairman of the Board of the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center and one of its founding directors. Other events and usage The pools hosted the final practices of the 2000 US Olympic swimming and diving team. In 2008, the facility held the US National Diving Championships.[1] Collegiate men's water polo competitions have been held for many years at the aquatics center. It was the home-away-home of the UCLA men's water polo team.[2] The famous cover art to Nirvana's Nevermind album, a photo of a baby floating in a pool, was shot at the center. In 2008, the photo was recreated at the center by the same person as a teenager.[3] Rose Bowl Aquatics swim club The Rose Bowl Aquatics swim club is home to many well known athletes, including Jason Lezak, Emily Adamczyk, and Kevin Kuhn. All three athletes have qualified for the world champions trials teams.[4] Kristine Quance, an Olympic gold medalist, is currently a coach with the team. Rose Bowl Masters Swimming Team consisting of ex-Olympians, former NCAA champions, and those with a desire to compete, coached by Chad Durieux, comes off another successful season placing 4th overall in the 2010 SPMA Short Course Meters Masters Championships at Belmont Plaza.[5] References ^ Cardinell, McCrory lead U.S. national diving championships, L. A. Times ^ UCLA Men's Water Polo team schedule ^ Nirvana Baby -- All Grown Up -- Re-Creates Classic Nevermind Cover Image, MTV ^ Michael Farber, Lezak's swim is one for the ages, ^ 2010 SPMA Short Course Meters Masters Championships: Club scores Retrieved December 24, 2010. External links Rose Bowl Aquatics swim club Rose Bowl Aquatics Official Website Coordinates: 34°09′05″N 118°09′52″W / 34.151342°N 118.164386°W / 34.151342; -118.164386 v · d · ePasadena, California History Hahamog-na · Rancho San Pasqual · Indiana Colony · Super Bowl XI XIV XVII XXI XXVII Government Mayor · City Council · Pasadena ARTS · Pasadena Unified School District · Pasadena Police Department Culture Brookside Golf Course · Convention Center · Kidspace Children's Museum · Norton Simon Museum · Pacific Asia Museum · Rose Bowl · Rose Bowl Aquatics Center Neighborhoods Downtown Civic Center · Old Pasadena Northwest Banbury Oaks · Brookside Park/Arroyo Terrace · Garfield Heights · La Pintoresca · Lincoln-Villa · Linda Vista · Muir Heights · The Oaks · Orange Heights · Prospect Park · Villa Parke North Lake Bungalow Heaven · Catalina Villas · Lexington Heights · Normandie Heights · Olive Heights · Washington Square Northeast Brigden Ranch · Casa Grande · Daisy Villa · East Washington Village · Jefferson Park · Victory Park Far East California Village · Chapman · Eaton Canyon · Hastings Ranch Southwest Annandale · Bellefontaine/Governor Markham · Lower Arroyo · Raymond Hill/Arroyo Del Mar Southeast Lamanda Park · Madison Heights · Marceline · Oak Knoll · Playhouse District · South Lake