NORDIC OPEN MASTERS 2023
Takes place in Copenhagen at Bellahøj Svømmestadion from the 30th of September until the 1st of October 2023.
Welcome to Copenhagen, the vibrant capital city of Denmark, and the perfect place to explore when you’re not busy competing in the Nordic Open Masters 2023. With a rich cultural heritage and a lively atmosphere, Copenhagen has something to offer for everyone.
One of the city’s most famous attractions is the iconic Little Mermaid statue, which sits on a rock in the harbor and is a must-see for visitors. For those interested in history, the National Museum of Denmark and the Rosenborg Castle Museum are excellent places to explore, offering insights into the city’s past and cultural heritage.
If you’re looking for a taste of local culture, head to the vibrant Nyhavn district, where you’ll find colorful buildings, lively bars, and cozy cafes lining the harbor. Another great place to explore is the trendy meatpacking district, which is home to a variety of restaurants, cafes, and bars that are perfect for grabbing a bite to eat or a drink with friends.
For those who love the outdoors, Copenhagen has plenty of parks and green spaces to explore, such as the Tivoli Gardens, the oldest amusement park in the world, and the stunning Botanical Garden.
No matter what your interests may be, Copenhagen has something to offer. So take your time exploring this incredible city and discover all that it has to offer, both inside and outside the pool.
Bellahøj Swimming Stadium (Bellahøj Svømmestadion) is a pristine swimming complex in Copenhagen that expertly combines the outdoor charm of the old Bellahøjbad with modern, world-class facilities. The facility offers something for everyone, with indoor facilities that include a 50m pool with eight lanes and a 25 m pool with diving platforms. Outdoors, visitors can enjoy two 25m pools with varying depths, a water play area, and a water slide. The stadium’s remarkable architecture and design have made it an iconic landmark in the city, drawing visitors from far and wide.
The presence of numerous swimming clubs at Bellahøj Svømmestadion, including KU Swimming and the national training center of Denmark, creates a highly competitive and motivated environment that inspires swimmers of all ages and levels. Elite swimmers and dedicated training facilities encourage a culture of excellence and hard work, where individuals are inspired to push themselves to their limits.
We are excited to witness this competitive spirit and dedication during the upcoming Nordic Open Masters 2023 at Bellahøj Svømmestadion. We look forward to welcoming athletes from around the world to experience the vibrant swimming culture of Scandinavian Masters swimming.
KU Swimming is your local host for NOM 2023. The club is a unique swimming club that blends high-level competitive swimming with a strong social focus across various age groups and university branches in Denmark. The club, which has its roots in student sports in the early 20th century, is based at the University of Copenhagen and boasts a rich history.
One of KU Swimming’s key objectives is to serve as the premier swimming club for students and alumni, bridging the gap between senior swimming and masters swimming. The club aims to become the most successful and well-represented club in Danish Masters competitions, while also representing itself at the international level.
Nordic Open Master’s is a master swimming competition that takes place once a year in the Nordic Countries. The competition is held by a different country each year on a circulative basis.
Bellahøj Svømmestadion is a pristine swimming complex in Copenhagen that expertly combines the outdoor charm of the old Bellahøjbad with modern, world-class facilities. The facility offers something for everyone, with indoor facilities that include a 50m pool with eight lanes and a 25 m pool with diving platforms..
We have put together a small list with a few suggested accommodations and hope you will find some of these attractive. Just follow the link.
The Danish swimming federation is a co-host for NOM2023.