VIP Tour of the U.S. Olympic Training Center

Monday, June 12, 2017
2-5 p.m.
Meet at 1:45 p.m. at the West Building’s Porte Cochere

Americans, and the world, were thrilled to watch the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics last August. U.S. Olympic athletes led the medals in many sports and most of the U.S. athletes trained in Colorado Springs (even the hockey and bobsled teams) due to the high altitude, and terrific facilities and coaches.

NSSGA is fortunate to hold our 2017 Leadership and Networking Summit in Colorado Springs, the home to the U.S. Olympic Committee and one of just three Olympic Training Centers in the country. With the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center a mere 15-minute ride from The Broadmoor, a tour to this center is a must!

Consider joining NSSGA in a private behind-the-scenes tour of the Olympic Training Center. An athlete in training will take us on an exclusive guided tour of the many buildings and share a bit about their Olympic goals and dreams.

This tour will be 90 minutes in length, starting with an inspiring video of our American athletes and their determination to train and perform to the height of their ability for the United States in the Olympic competition. Our group will be led in the multiple training buildings – an Olympic-sized training pool, wrestling and gymnastics, specialized equipment for training and injury recovery and more. There will be time to shop at the recently expanded gift shop housing many mementos and remembrances of our American athletes. Adults and children are both welcome to register for this tour.

Minimum attendees: Minimum 15 attendees.

Attire: Resort Casual layered clothing with comfortable walking shoes as we tour the buildings.

Event fee: $140 (Adult or child) early bird rate through May 15. $165 standard rate begins May 16. $190 onsite rate begins June 10. Includes roundtrip transportation, escort staff, Olympic guide and athlete to accompany our NSSGA group, applicable taxes and

Registration deadline: Please register for this tour and all activities by May 15.