A PRESTIGIOUS CIRCUIT THAT'S UNIQUE IN THE WORLD
In 1992, Canet 66 Natation formed the basics of a circuit by combining its meeting with that of Barcelona
to create the "Mediterranean Grand Prix."
In 1994, a new step was taken: the Principality of Monaco joined forces with Barcelona and
Canet to found the "Mare Nostrum." The aim of this tripartite circuit was to bring together Europe's
three most renowned meetings to create the first international 50m in-pool circuit.
This circuit is unique in the world of swimming, as confirmed
today by the presence of a galaxy of international-level swimmers, and is an outstanding
technical opportunity for coaches, with three very high-level meetings held
over eight days.
All the countries of the world come to take part in the Mare
Nostrum swimming event.
See the Programme for the Monaco Meeting