Training Sites

    Training Centers
    • Utah Training Site
    • The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee works with elite athlete training sites to allow American athletes and National Governing Bodies access to the best training venues and facilities for their sport development. 

      The mission of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Sites is to provide athletes and National Governing Bodies with access to additional resources, services, and world-class facilities, while providing an elite athlete training environment that positively impacts performance. 

      While Training Sites are independently owned and operated, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee collaborates with the Training Sites to foster a relationship between these venues, National Governing Bodies, and athletes for the advancement of athlete development and success. 

      The following venues have received the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Site designation. These Training Sites have invested millions in facilities, operations, staffing, and equipment to best support athletes. Most of these Training Sites have hosted U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Trials, or world cup and world championship events, further helping elite athletes prepare for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. 


      Lakeshore Foundation

      Birmingham, Alabama


      VELO Sports Center

      Carson, California

      Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center

      Chula Vista, California


      World Arena Ice Hall

      Colorado Springs, Colorado


      University of Illinois – Disability Resources and Educational Services

      Champaign, Illinois



      Fort Wayne, Indiana


      University of Central Oklahoma Sport Performance

      Edmond, Oklahoma


      Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    • UTAH

      Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation

      Park City, Utah

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