Ponds Forge

Ponds Forge

Ponds Forge International Sports Centre is a leisure complex in the City of Sheffield, England that contains an Olympic-sized swimming pool with seating for 2,600 spectators, family and kids pools, water slides and other sports facilities.

Read more about Ponds Forge:  Brief History, Olympic-sized Swimming Pool, Diving Pool, Surf City Leisure Pool, Gym, Basketball, Location

Other articles related to "ponds forge":

Sport In Sheffield - Major Sporting Events
... disaster World Student Games Don Valley Stadium, Ponds Forge, Sheffield Arena 1991 European Aquatics Championships Ponds Forge 1993 European Football Championship Hillsborough ...
Ponds Forge - Location
... Ponds Forge is at the south-western side of the major traffic Roundabout Park Square, conveniently placed for access in Sheffield City Centre ... by the nearby tramstop of Fitzalan Square/Ponds Forge ...
Lee Swaby - Professional Record
... Yorkshire, United Kingdom Win Brodie Pearmaine TKO 4 2003-09-05 Ponds Forge Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom Win Paul Bonson PTS 4 2003-06-10 Ponds Forge Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom Win ...
List Of British Swimming Championships Champions - Venues and Dates
... Commonwealth Games Trials 2003 19–23 March Ponds Forge, Sheffield 2004 7–11 April Ponds Forge, Sheffield Olympic Trials 2005 16–20 March Aquatics ...
Sheffield - Sport
... the largest athletics stadium in the UK with a capacity of 25,000, Sheffield Arena, and the Ponds Forge international diving and swimming complex ... Ponds Forge is also the home of Sheffield City Swimming Club, a local swimming club competing in the speedo league ... Open and World Matchplay Championship bowls tournaments have both been held at Ponds Forge ...

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