Flushing Meadows Corona Park Aquatic Center
The largest recreation center ever built inside a New York City park, Flushing Meadows Corona Park Aquatic Center is home to a ten-lane, 50-meter-by-25-meter pool with an adjustable floor and one- and three-meter diving boards. Completed in 2008 for $66 million, the facility was built to host water polo during the 2012 Summer Olympics—a bid that New York lost to London. With twelve-foot-high windows stretching the length of the deck, clean and spacious locker rooms, ample deck space for both bleachers and unimpeded mobility, seating for some 500 spectators, and award-winning architecture, the Flushing Meadows facility is the finest aquatic complex New York City offers.
Sports swimming, water polo, diving exhibition, and Pink Flamingo
Location 131-04 Meridian Rd, Queens, NY 11368
Transportation 7 train
Rutgers Aquatic Center
Located inside the Sonny Werblin Recreation Center on Busch Campus of Rutgers University, the Rutgers Aquatic Center is a state-of-the-art facility featuring an Olympic Pool with a 17-foot diving well, dual one- and three-meter springboards, and five-, seven-, and 10-meter platforms.
Location 656 Bartholomew Rd, Piscataway Township, NJ 08854
Transportation coach buses provided
The Apex Center at Lehman College
The APEX at Lehman College offers an eight-lane, 50-meter pool, half of which reaches depths of seven feet or greater. The site of TNYA’s most recent two Aquapaloozas (2016 and 2018), there is ample deck space for athletes and bleacher seating for spectators.
Sport synchronized swimming
Location 250 Bedford Park Blvd W, Bronx, NY 10468
Transportation D or 4 train
Open water competition will be held in the naturally protected bay off Coney Island in Brooklyn. The one-mile course will start and finish on the beach and will pass the world-famous landmarks of the Coney Island boardwalk, such as the Wonder Wheel, Cyclone, and Parachute Drop. Swimmers can generally expect low chop and a water temperature of around 65ºF (18ºC), though as with any open water event, race-day conditions may vary widely from the average.
Sport open water
Location South Brooklyn at the Coney Island peninsula
Transportation D, F, N, Q trains