Chula Vista Olympic Training Center

Postal address: 
2800 Olympic Parkway
Chula Vista, CA 91915
United States
Year of foundation: 
1995
Name of the director: 
Greg Jamison
Institutional dependency: 
Program use and sponsorship
Reservation email: 
Administration email: 
Sports: 
Archery
Athletics
Beach Volleyball
Canoe Sprint
Cycling BMX
Cycling Road
Football
Hockey
Rowing
Rugby
Triathlon
Support services: 
biomechanics
nutrition
sport medicine
sport physiology
sport psychology
strength and conditioning
Suitable for: 
elite
international
olympic
paralympic
Admission athletes of other countries with fees: 
Yes
Altitude: 
See Level (0-200m)
Public transport: 
No
Shuttle: 
Available
Airport: 
Available
Airport name: 
San Diego International Airport - SAN
Distance to airport: 
37.00Km
Railway: 
No
Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center
Logo Chula Vista Olympic Training Center


fidelity award: Bronze

Subscription year: 
2007
Member type: 
Member


Weather

Weather
Temperature: 
23.5ºC
Humidity: 
8%
Wind: 
From the NNW at 1.1 MPH Gusting to 2.7 MPH [NNW 338º 4.3km/h)
 
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FACILITIES

  • Three on-site BMX tracks range in difficulty from amateur to elite. Two tracks have the regulation eight meter tall Supercross start ramp.

  • The state-of-the-art archery complex has outdoor targets allowing for training distances from 30 to 90 meters as well as an indoor training space.

  • Multiple natural grass fields are manicured for rugby and soccer training and competitions, but also appropriate for lacrosse and other grass sports.

  • The field hockey pitch is newly resurfaced and ready for training and hosting international competitions.

  • The newly resurfaced track has eight 400-meter lanes with a 12-lanes 100-meter straightaway, long jump, high jump and pole vault pits. The adjacent throwing field has javelin runways, a shot put pit and throwing rings for discus and hammer.

  • The six regulation-size beach volleyball courts are stocked with 2,200 tons of professional-grade sand.

  • Two newly resurfaced tennis courts can be used to practice tennis and for plyometric training.

  • The boathouse sits on the Lower Otay Lake reservoir with a private boat dock. A 3,000 meter course is marked with buoys and the lake is reserved exclusively for athlete use on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

  • A cycling criterium is available with a .90 mile loop for cycling and triathlon training.

  • The strength & conditioning center boasts numerous Olympic-style weightlifting platforms and plenty of weights. 

  • The low ropes course provides a fantastic opportunity for team bonding and leadership identification or development.

  • Dorms are set up in two-bedroom, two-bathroom suites with a living room.

  • Up to 1,000 nutritious meals are served daily in the dining hall to refuel athletes after hard training sessions.

  • The AT&T Athlete Connections Center provides a spot for athletes to relax, watch TV, play games or use computers.

Support services: Both Medicine and Coaching/Sport Sciences are headquartered at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, but sports medicine, sport physiology, sport psychology, strength & conditioning personnel provide on-site support to U.S. athletes and coaches.

Admission for athletes of other countries for training (fees): Yes, $125 US per person / night, includes lodging, meals, airport transportation and training facilities. Contact the OTC for all other rates.

Residence number of beds: 133 beds

 

ENVIRONMENT (enviromental conditions)
Average temperature autumn: 20
Average temperature spring: 17
Average temperature summer: 21
Average temperature winter: 14
Average pluviometry autumn: 18
Average pluviometry spring: 24
Average pluviometry summer: 20
Average pluviometry winter: 41
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