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. More than 15 other member organizations, as well as two international sports federations and the USOC headquarters are also located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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, modern pentathlon, shooting, swimming, taekwondo, weightlifting and wrestling. The facility also includes a state-of-the-art sports medicine and sport science center, and an athlete center featuring a dining hall and multiple residence halls. 

The CSOTC is able to provide housing, dining, training facilities, recreational facilities and other services for more than 500 athletes and coaches at one time on the complex. Athletes are selected to train at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center by their respective National Governing Body.

For more information on upcoming events taking place at the OTC, visit the Community and Events page.  

By the Numbers
2 – Swimming pools
15 – Tours per day from June through August
35 – Acres
242 – Dorm rooms
512 – Beds
130,000 – Annual visitors
156,000 – Annual guests
300,000 – Annual meals served

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. 

July 2014
August 2014
September 2014
October 2014