In Colorado Springs, our high-performing sports industry knows no limits. Consisting of sports organizations, sport product manufacturers and numerous other fitness and training companies, the local sports economy caters to all market levels ranging from high school football teams and amateur road bike warriors to Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Winter or summer, in an ice arena, a velodrome or on the trail, Colorado Springs has experience with just about every type of sport one could think of. By drawing on the strength of its athletes and natural testing terrain, Colorado Springs has the makings of a champion.
Colorado Springs is home to the headquarters of the U.S. Olympic Committee and the largest of the three official Olympic training centers in the nation. In 2018, downtown Colorado Springs will debut the U.S. Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame, a modern complex that will pay tribute to Olympic heroes and their stories. As a result of having facilities to support ten Olympic sports and thousands of athletes every year, the area attracts driven professionals that are invested in helping high-performing athletes achieve their Olympic dreams.