Club Natació Banyoles (CNB) (Spain)​

The club was founded in 1925 and is based in the town of Banyoles, 120 km north of Barcelona. It counts with  500 sport licenses, more than  10.000 members and  40 professional staff, covering the following sports:  swimming, canoeing, rowing, triathlon, athletics, rescue & first aid, water polo and kayak / canoe polo. For the first six disciplines, CNB is  affiliated to the Spanish Federation.

One of the main assets of CNB is to be located on the shore of the  Lake of Banyoles, the largest of Catalonia with a total surface of 1.42 km2. This natural lake offers a unique experience for the practice of water sports and became the  rowing Olympic venue during  Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992. Following this Olympic election, CNB restructured its  sports facilities and nowadays counts with 6.000 square meters surface, including paddle, fitness, rowing & canoeing hangars, 2 different swimming pools, conference rooms, restaurant and bar, etc. 

This high-quality infrastructure has allowed the club to organise several national and international competitions (World and European championships, etc.). 

A total of  23 athletes of CNB have participated in the Olympic Games under different modalities.