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OLYMPIC TRAINING CENTERS
CHULA VISTA, CALIF.
Opened in 1995, the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., is the first U.S. Olympic Committee training center to be master-planned from the ground up. The facility was a gift to the USOC from the San Diego National Sports Training Foundation, a group of dedicated business and community leaders and volunteers who raised the funds to build the Center. The Chula Vista Olympic Training Center rests on a 155-acre complex adjacent to Lower Otay Reservoir in San Diego County. The center has sport venues and support facilities for archery, beach volleyball, BMX, canoe/kayak, cycling, field hockey, rowing, rugby, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field and triathlon, along with cross-training abilities for various winter sports.
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.
The U.S. Olympic Complex in Colorado Springs, Colo., is the flagship training center for the U.S. Olympic Committee and the Olympic Training Center programs. USA Swimming and USA Shooting have their national headquarters on complex, while 20 other National Governing Bodies and the USOC headquarters are also located in the Colorado Springs. The Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center rests on a 35-acre complex and has sport venues and support facilities for fencing, gymnastics, judo, shooting, swimming, taekwondo, weightlifting and wrestling. In addition to extensive sport facilities, the center provides comprehensive performance services in its state-of-the-art sports medicine and sports science center.
LAKE PLACID, N.Y.
The U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y., opened in 1982 and rests in the shadows of the Adirondack Mountains. In 1987, the New York Olympic Regional Development Authority assisted the U.S. Olympic Committee with improvements to the Lake Placid Olympic Training Center by building new housing, dining and gymnasium facilities. The renovation completed on 29 acres of land in 1989. The center now caters to biathlon, bobsled & skeleton, figure skating, hockey, luge, ski and snowboard, and speedskating. Other sports that utilize the facilities include boxing, canoe/kayak, judo, rowing, synchronized swimming, taekwondo, team handball, water polo and wrestling.
2014 U.S. Olympic Team Media Guide