US Olympic Training Complex
Founded in 1894, the U.S. Olympic Training Complex is the top location athletes go to be trained, entered, and funded into the U.S. Olympic teams. The complex strives to fulfill its motto to support U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes in achieving sustained competitive excellence and serve as a steward of the Olympic Movement in the United States. This organization provides National Governing Bodies, financial support, and even personal insurance for its athletes. The athletes served here range from members of Olympic teams, paralympic teams, youth Olympic teams, Pan American Games, and para pan American games. The U.S. Olympic Training Complex develops custom, creative, and impactful education programs and performance amenities as well, providing everything these Olympic trainers need!
A tour of this 8 million dollar, the 35-acre flagship training center will allow your group to see the swimming and shooting headquarters of the nation, as well as over 15 member organizations and two international sports federations. The beginning of your tour involves a short intro video, followed by an hour walking journey through the sports venues and support facilities for fencing, gymnastics, judo, pentathlon, shooting, swimming, weightlifting, wrestling, and taekwondo. This state of the art medical and sports center also features a dining hall and several residence halls. Your group will be astounded by the extensive housing, dining, training, and recreation opportunities inside, serving over 500 athletes and coaches at one time. Join the over 130,000 visitors per year that take part in the 15 busy hours per day at this impressive and very popular Colorado Springs attraction, the U.S. Olympic Training Complex!