USA WATER POLO OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAM NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
USA Water Polo’s ODP Boys Tournament
February 28, 2020 – March 1, 2020
USA Water Polo’s ODP Girls Tournament
March 13-15, 2020
USA DIVING 2020
REGION 12 CHAMPIONSHIP
April 23 – 26, 2020
2020 USA Diving Region 12 Championships, hosted by Riverside Elite Diving
California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section’s Swim
and Dive Championships
May 4 – 9, 2020
Riverside Aquatics Complex
Aquatics in the Inland Empire reached a new level with the Riverside Aquatics Complex. Featuring the region’s first 65-meter competition pool, the project offers exciting opportunities as a world class training facility for RCC and other competitive swim, dive, and water polo teams and individual athletes. The complex also helps address the growing need for sports medicine and water fitness classes, and swimming education and recreation programs for the community.
Located at Riverside City College, Riverside Aquatics Complex is a reality thanks to a true community partnership of Riverside Community College District, the City of Riverside, the County of Riverside, the RCCD Foundation and private donors.
The Riverside Aquatics Complex is located next to Cutter Pool on the lower campus. This location means convenient access to the 91 and 60 freeways.
- 65 meter all deep pool
- Diving tower with 3, 5, 7.5, and 10 meter platforms
- 1 meter and 3 meter springboards (2 each) poolside
- Moveable bulkhead allows for up to three simultaneous activities
- Competition lighting
- Locker rooms and team rooms
- Poolside bleachers
- 2 hydraulic lifts for disabled access (courtesy of Wells Fargo)
- Electronic scoreboard
The bulkhead allows simultaneous uses and enhances training and competition opportunities. Two 3-meter and two 1-meter boards will flank a diving tower equipped with 3, 5, 7.5, and 10 meter platforms. Permanent grandstands accommodate 800 fans, and the facilities are accessible for individuals with disabilities. Individual team locker rooms and coaching offices are housed in a new building. The two existing Cutter pools serve as practice, warmup, and water education facilities, along with the existing building, which house a classroom, public restrooms, and changing areas.
Thanks to the following donors who have made this Complex a reality.
Debbi Huffman Guthrie
Associated Students Riverside Community College District
Lossett Family Foundation
Provident Bank Charitable Foundation
Wells Fargo Bank
Altura Credit Union
Gresham Savage Nolan & Tilden
Junior League of Riverside
Varner & Brandt
Charles and Elaine Ford
Mark and Dawn Hawkins
Nicholas & Susan Goldware
Kiwanis Club of Riverside
Matt & Laura Merickel
Riverside East Rotary
Teaman, Ramirez & Smith
Albert A. Webb Associates
Best Best & Krieger
Turn N Burn Diving (Riverside Elite Diving)
Who can use the facility?
The 65-meter all deep pool is for competitive use and for RCC’s physical education classes. Recreational swimming, and the popular RCC College Kids Summer Swim program continue to use Cutter Pools, the two smaller swim venues located within the Complex.
When can the facility be used?
RAC is available for booking training sessions and competitive meets when not in use by student programming.
How do I book the facility for an event?