Colorado Springs

The U.S. Olympic Complex in Colorado Springs 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. Over 15 other member organizations, as well as two international sports federations and the USOC headquarters, are also located in Colorado Springs, Colo.

The Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center rests on a 35-acre complex located near downtown Colorado Springs. The center has sport venues and support facilities for fencing, gymnastics, judo, shooting, swimming, taekwondo, weightlifting and wrestling. Athletes are selected to train at the CSOTC by their respective National Governing Body.

In October 1996 and April 1997, the USOC officially dedicated and opened its new $23.8 million Phase II facilities, which include a state-of-the-art sports medicine and sport science center and an athlete center featuring a dining hall and two residence halls. The USOC is able to provide housing, dining, recreational facilities and other services for up to 557 coaches and athletes at one time on the complex.

By the Numbers
2 – Olympic size swimming pools
15 – Tours per day from June through Aug.
35 – Acres
242 – Dorm rooms
15,000 – Gallons of milk annually
130,000 – Annual visitors
156,000 – Annual OTC guests
300,000 – Annual meals served