Colorado Springs has a timeless culture of achievement, national pride and dedication that sits comfortably alongside awe-inspiring beauty and unparalleled natural training grounds.
An Olympic & Paralympic Epicenter
Colorado Springs is home to the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC), 24 National Olympic Governing Bodies, more than 50 National Sport Organizations, the Colorado Springs Olympic & Paralympic Training Center and the future U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum. The Olympic Ideals of Excellence, Friendship and Respect, and the Paralympic Ideals of Courage, Determination, Equality and Inspiration transcend sports and are infused daily throughout this vibrant community.
Athletes and coaches, like Missy Franklin, Michael Phelps and Appolo Ohno, have long recognized Colorado Springs as the epicenter of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Movements. The region boasts incredible natural training grounds, inspirational views and vistas and a commitment to excellence that transcends sports and infuses itself in our educational, medical, technological and cultural assets.
Colorado Springs is the home of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum. This world-class attraction showcases the entire journey of the Olympic games from its birth in ancient Olympia to the current Team USA hopefuls living and training in Colorado Springs every day. Read more about this exciting new attraction here.
Take home Olympic City USA Swag
Wear your love for Colorado Springs on your sleeve and take home a memory from your visit by shopping the Olympic City USA collection at ShopCOS.org.
Where do Olympic & Paralympic Athletes Train?
Check out this interactive map that shows a list of various locations around Colorado Springs that Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic medalists have trained.
The people of Colorado Springs are proud to uphold the Olympic & Paralympic core values and share them with all who visit.