Piscine Roger Le Gall
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Updated April 14, 2020.
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The facility rules follow the norm for France (use of Speedo-style costumes and swimming caps are obligatory; outdoor footwear is to be removed before entering the changing area). Changing areas are gender-specific (the men's one is very roomy): lockers are straightforward and rely on one selecting a four digit PIN code (no need to take a padlock or a coin with you, or to be encumbered with a key while you swim). There's plenty of space poolside for stuff that you want to keep with you.
This facility has a lot of club use. On my weekday afternoon visit, two lanes were reserved for club use. A further broad lane was marked for recreational swimmers, leaving two dedicated for lap swimming. Of these, one was dedicated for fin, paddle, and kickboard users; the other for those like me who just wanted to use their arms and legs. Both lane load and discipline were reasonable, although, somewhat annoyingly, a number of my fellow users felt the need to take a breather at the end of each lap. However, all in all, this was but a minor irritation: it certainly won't keep me away from the Roger Le Gall in the future.