Training Sites

The United States Olympic Committee has partnered with elite athlete training centers to allow American athletes the best training venues and facilities for their sport development.

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

Those training centers that have received the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Site designation, have invested millions in facility, operating, staffing, equipment and athlete training costs. Many of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Sites will host U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Trials, helping Team USA prepare for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

 

Anschutz Southern Sports Complex
Carson, Calif.  
 
Auburn, Ala.
Chula Vista, Calif.
 
East Tennessee State University
Johnson City, Tenn.
 
Fogerty Arena
Blaine, Minnesota
 
Lakeshore Foundation 
Birmingham, Ala.
 
 Marquette, Mich.
 
Oklahoma City Boathouse Foundation 
Oklahoma City, Okla.
 
The Pettit National Ice Center 
Milwaukee, Wis.

Princeton National Rowing Association
Princeton Junction, N.J.

SPIRE Institute
Geneva, Ohio
 
Sun Valley, Idaho
 
Edmond, Okla.
Champaign, Ill.
 
Charlotte, N.C. 
 
Miami, Fla. 
 

Park City, Utah 
 

World Arena Ice Hall
Colorado Springs, Colo. 
 

 

Resources:

Olympian Report

Reflections on Success

For more information on the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Sites, please contact: athleteservices@usoc.org