U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center
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The United States Olympic & Paralympic Training Centers are two campuses created by the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee as training facilities for its Olympic and Paralympic athletes. One of them is in Colorado Springs!
Where Olympic hopefuls and future champions are made! You can tour the facilities, buy apparel, and maybe even catch athletes in action!
Public tours are available year-round Monday – Saturday. The tour starts with an inspirational 12-minute film and then a 45-minute outdoor walking tour of the training complex, including the weightlifting and wrestling facilities, the Aquatics Center and the Sports Center Gymnasiums
Best place to find Olympic apparel and possibly spot an Olympic athlete. Gift shop and tours on site.
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