Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center

Postal address: 
One Olympic Plaza
Colorado Springs, 80909
United States
Phone: 
719 632.5551
Fax: 
716 866 4645
Year of foundation: 
1977
Name of the director: 
Aaron McGuire / Rick Adams
Institutional dependency: 
Sponsorship money from corporations and individuals USOC (Private)
Administration email: 
Sports: 
Athletics
Bobsleigh
Cycling Road
Fencing
Gymnastics Artistic
Modern Pentathlon
Shooting
Skeleton
Swimming
Triathlon
Weightlifting
Wrestling Freestyle
Support services: 
biomechanics
nutrition
physiotherapy
sport medicine
sport physiology
sport psychology
sport science laboratories
strength and conditioning
video analysis
Additional sport facilities: 
ergometric training centre
gymnasium
Suitable for: 
elite
international
national
olympic
paralympic
Capacity: 
515
Admission athletes of other countries with fees: 
Yes
Altitude: 
High (1401 - 2500m)
Public transport: 
No
Shuttle: 
Available
Airport: 
Available
Airport name: 
Colorado Springs
Distance to airport: 
18.00Km
Railway: 
No
Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center
Logo Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center


fidelity award: Bronze

Subscription year: 
2007
Member type: 
Member


Weather

Weather
Temperature: 
8.1ºC
Humidity: 
72%
Wind: 
Calm [SE 146º 0km/h)
 
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SPORTS AND FACILITIES

Permanent sports in the centre: Athletics (Distance Running),Bobsled/Skeleton (Off season training) Paralympic Cycling, Fencing (Men's Epee), Gymnastics (Men's Artistic), Judo, Modern Pentathlon, Shooting, Paralympic Swimming, Triathlon, Weightlifting, and Wrestling.

Sport facilities: The Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center is one of four training centers in the United States, others are located in Lake Placid, New York, Chula Vista,california and Marquette, Michigan. Gyms: 6 flexible-use gyms, gymnastics gym, judo/taekwondo gym, boxing gym, wrestling gym, weight lifting gym, and a strength and conditioning gym. Velodrome: 333.3M 33 degrees banked. Shooting Ranges: Twenty nine 50 M ranges for rifle and pistol, eight 25M bays for rapid-fire shooting, four 10M running target rifle ranges, seventy two 10M air rifle/air pistol, outdoor trap and skeet ranges available off-complex. Aquatics Center: 50M/25M pool.

Support services: Both departments are headquartered at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center.

Studies arranged, available for athletes in the centre or externally: The Athlete Services Center is located on the Colorado Spring Olympic Center complex. This service provides athletes with internet access, career planning, performance enhancement seminars, life skills seminars, and coaches programs.

Admission athletes of other countries for training under fees: Yes

Residence number of beds: Number of beds 515

Approximately 120 full time residents.

Many athletes and teams, including international guests, visit to train and rehab for a few days to several months at a time.

Sports most often holding high performance camps: Archery, Cycling (Track), Basketball, Fencing, Modern Pentathlon, Roller Skating, Shooting, Swimming, Taekwondo, Wrestling

ENVIRONMENT (enviromental conditions)

The CSOTC rests at approximately 6200 feet above sea level (1890m).

Average temperature autumn: 16
Average temperature spring: 15
Average temperature summer: 27
Average temperature winter: 6
Average pluviometry autumn: 66
Average pluviometry spring: 36
Average pluviometry summer: 69
Average pluviometry winter: 10
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