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Amoranto Sports Complex
Quezon City, PHILIPPINES

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The Basics
Facility Name Amoranto Sports Complex
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Street Address Don Alejandro Roces Avenue , Roxas , Quezon City , PHILIPPINES (Postal Code: 1103)

Telephone (02) 393-49-67 for the pool office; 373-4661 or 374-2587 or 374-2593 for the main sports center offices

Email amoranto@quezoncity.gov.ph

Admission
Visitors (adult) PHP 25. [February, 2012]
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Pools and Boards at Facility
EquipmentDescription 
Pool 150m, 8 lanes, outdoors, unheated, 25°C (77°F)


Locator
County or Region National Capital Region

Latitude, Longitude 14.630292, 121.024141

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Teams that Use Facility
We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.
Notes
The pool is closed Mondays for cleaning.
Facility Reviews
It's not the best place to swim, but the fact that it's 50 meters is enough reason for most serious swimmers… It’s not maintained as well as a private club pool and the shower facilities are terrible. A swim team practices here 5:30 to 7:30 PM, so only half the pool is available at this time.
Now used for PE classes, it's more crowded than ever, making it difficult to swim 50m laps. Avoid this pool until they improve lane management.
It's a nice place to swim and do your daily routine exercises.
This pool is now clean and serviceable. The dressing rooms have been fixed. There's still no lane management, so fitness swimmers have to squeeze through the bathers. Operating hours are now Tuesday through Sunday 9 AM to noon and 1 to 4 PM. [June, 2013]
Weekend mornings are the most crowded, since most swimming lesson classes happen these times. It's better in the afternoon. [June, 2013]
Source of Data
The information for this listing was provided by a local swimmer who enjoys swimming there at night under the lights - something that is now no longer possible.