Tollcross International Swimming Centre has got used to hosting major international swimming meets but go back five years and most people were still getting their first look at the pool in Glasgow.
It was in July 2014 that the Commonwealth Games went to Glasgow and in the pool a number of swimmers announced themselves to the rest of the world.
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Chief among them was Adam Peaty, now one of the greatest male breaststroke swimmers of all time but then still searching for his first major international medal.
It came in the 100m, where he got the better of Olympic champion Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa, breaking the 59-second barrier in the process.
Peaty has gone from strength to strength since then, and also added medley relay gold and 50m breaststroke silver in his breakthrough performance.
That was far from the only landmark outing at the Games, with Ben Proud also claiming his first international titles in Glasgow.
Proud was the sprint king, taking gold in the 50m freestyle and the 50m butterfly, as well as contributing to the 4x100m freestyle relay bronze.
Elsewhere, Hannah Miley, Official Ambassador for the LEN European Short Course Swimming Championships in Glasgow later this year, produced a games record on her way to retaining the 400m individual medley title.
And Ross Murdoch imitated her in setting a new Commonwealth Games mark in one of the races of the meet, seeing off fellow Scot and Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson in the 200m breaststroke.
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As well as Ben Proud, home swimmers also dominated the women’s sprint events with Fran Halsall taking 50m free and 50m fly gold for England, while Georgia Davies won 50m back gold for Wales.
Aside from the British interest, there were a host of great performances from the rest of the world, not least the Australian women breaking the world record in the 4x100m freestyle relay and Chad le Clos taking a pair of golds in the butterfly.