2800 Olympic Parkway
Chula Vista, CA, 91915
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Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center
about the chula vista elite athlete training center
The Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center is set on 155 acres on south San Diego County, home to over 20 sports and a diversity of teams and athletes across Olympic, Paralympic, professional, collegiate and international countries. The Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center, an Olympic Training Site, is based in south San Diego County. It is home to over 20 sports with teams and athletes across Olympic, Paralympic, professional, collegiate and international countries. These sports include soccer, rugby, rowing, canoe, kayak, archery, beach volleyball, beach soccer, cycling bmx, field hockey, lacrosse, football, flag football, boxing, tennis, softball, baseball, swimming, triathlon, water polo, flying disc and track and field disciplines like 110m hurdles, 100m, 200m, 400m, long jump, high jump, pole vault, discus, javelin, shot put, and hammer throw.
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The Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center opened in 1995 as an Olympic Training Center. In the mid-80s, the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) put out a request for a city to bid to raise funds to design and build a warm-weather, sea-level training facility with access to a lake. The San Diego National Sports Training Foundation won the bid and raised funds for the initial phase of development, while the Eastlake Company donated 155 acres in eastern Chula Vista. The facility was then gifted to the USOPC to own and operate. The Chula Vista Olympic Training Center opened in 1995 and was the first center to be master planned from the ground up as an Olympic Training Center in the United States. Since then, the training center has benefited thousands of Olympians, Paralympians, Olympic & Paralympic hopefuls, numerous community groups, and countless visitors from around the world.