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, both USOC member organizations known as national governing bodies, have their national headquarters on the complex. Over 15 other member organizations, as well as two international sports federations, and the USOC headquarters are located nearby in Colorado Springs.
The Olympic Complex, former home of ENT Air Force Base and the headquarters of the North American Defense Command, officially became USOC administrative headquarters in July 1978. In 2010, the USOC moved its administrative offices from the complex to a new, modern facility in downtown Colorado Springs.
In October 1996 and April 1997, the USOC officially dedicated and opened its new $23.8 million, Phase II facilities-a state-of-the-art sports medicine and sport science center, an athlete center, which includes 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.
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The OTC Mission and Philosophy
To provide the best training support services in the world. To build and maintain state-of-the-art facilities that will provide the means and incentive to achieve athletic excellence.
Provide world class service and an environment to excel, advance and achieve within
Emphasize performance on a daily basis through a highly energized and focused staff who are streamlining costs yet increasing service to all our customers
Anticipate, followed by action that responds to athlete needs in a manner that makes a positive impact in their performance and well-being...time matters