The U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., is the first U.S. Olympic Committee training center to be master-planned from the ground up and is dedicated to the development and performance of America’s future Olympic and Paralympic athletes. The year-round, warm-weather facility was a gift to the U.S. Olympic Committee from the San Diego National Sports Training Foundation, a group of dedicated business and community leaders and volunteers who raised the funds to build the Center.

The Chula Vista Olympic Training Center rests on a 155-acre complex adjacent to Lower Otay Reservoir in San Diego County. The Center has sport venues and support facilities for archery, beach volleyball, BMX, canoe/kayak, cycling, field hockey, rowing, rugby, soccer, tennis, track & field, triathlon, and cross-training abilities for various winter sports. Athletes are selected to train at the CVOTC by their respective sport federation or National Governing Body. The CVOTC offers support to athletes including housing, dining, training facilities, local transportation, recreational facilities, athlete services and professional development programs.

The Chula Vista Olympic Training Center, which officially opened in June 1995, has benefited thousands of Olympic hopefuls, numerous community groups, and countless visitors from around the world.

By the Numbers
4 – Natural turf soccer fields
6 – Sand volleyball courts
3 – State-of-the-art BMX tracks
133 – Beds
155 – Acres
1,000 – Meals per day
5,400 – Square-foot strength and conditioning center

Olympic Voice Newsletter
The Olympic Voice newsletter is a monthly publication that features the latest news and highlights from around the Olympic Training Center. As the National Olympic Committee for the United States, the USOC has two primary responsibilities in its oversight of OTC programs – to help American athletes achieve sustained competitive excellence and to ensure its resources are used effectively to that end. The purpose of the monthly newsletter is to highlight the  performance against those deliverables, while also providing an insider look into how the OTC is actively engaging with the local community, and the worldwide Olympic and Paralympic movements. 

October 2014