at 1 Olympic Plz, Colorado Springs, 80909
Welcome to the official Facebook page for the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center.
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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CSOTC Triathletes get their groove on!
Best of luck to Colorado Springs based figure skater Max Aaron and the US national team athletes competing at world championships this weekend!
Check out Olympic Gold Medalist and World Champion bobsled athlete Curt Tomasevicz incorporate his favorite band Pearl Jam and their song catalogue into his color commentary during televised bobsled coverage. Fun stuff.
Nice coverage on Cortney Batchelor, one of our young weightlifters. Proof that women who lift weights can still be feminine, look fit and cute and not get big!
Our resident athletes are some of the best people...
Best 20 minutes you will spend online today. Amazing story on an amazing resident athlete and person, Dartanyon Crockett. Glad to have him at the OTC!
Just one of the great athletes we have here at the OTC.
Dear Boston, TeamUSA has your back.
Rule #1: no excuses, play like a champ!
Congrats to resident shooter Will Brown on wing gold at the ISST World Cup in Fort Benning, GA., in Men's 10 Meter Air Pistol. Congrats as well to new resident Dempster Christensen for winning silver in Men's 10 Air Rifle yesterday!
Sweet Science meets Sports Science at the OTC!
A behind-the-scenes-look at our next video! #TeamUSAForBoston
Congrats to OTC wrestlers, Ben Provisor, Jess Medina, and Veronica Carlson - 2013 National Champions! Best of luck to the wrestlers competing Friday and Saturday.
Athletes at the OTC take their turn at the Harlem Shake.
Athletes, have you taken the time to see what resrouces are available to you through the IOC? Be sure to check out the "Athlete's Space" at Olympic.org!
Congrats to Margaux Isasken on her first of many world cup victories.
Former resident swimmer Melissa Stockwell is certainly making the most of her life. Big inspiration to athletes here at the OTC and beyond.
Check out new resident triathlete Katie Hursey's blog on her pre-race thoughts heading into her ITU debut!
USA Wrestling's Statement regarding the IOC Executive vote. For more check out TheMat.com.
The official statement from the USOC regarding wrestling and the 2020 Olympic Program.
Sad day for the sport of wrestling. These athletes bring so much to the CSOTC community.