New facilities for strength and conditioning, as well as sports medicine and recovery, will make a big difference for the athletes who are permanent Olympic Training Center residents as well as those who come for short-term camps.
After five years of drama and intrigue, the multi-million-dollar, tax-funded projects promised to the U.S. Olympic Committee’s training center are under way. Crews are working on two major projects at the Olympic Training Center campus — part of a $40 million city-funded incentive package inked in 2009 to keep the USOC from packing up its […]
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