ATLANTA 1996 Sports Village™ Agnes Scott College Broook Run Georgia Tech Little Creek Horse Farm Morris Brown College Racquet Club of the South
ATLANTA 1996 Sports Village™
On August 14, 2008, during the BEIJING 2008 Olympic Games ATLANTA 1996 hosted the ATLANTA LEGACY NIGHT at the Prince Jun Wang Fu Palace site of the Beijing 2008 OLYMPIANS Reunion Center (ORC). During the ATLANTA LEGACY NIGHT, ATLANTA 1996 unveiled the plans of the ATLANTA DITC Sports Complex, a.k.a. ATLANTA 1996 Sports Village™.
ATLANTA 1996 hosts summer camps on the Campus of Agnes Scott College (ASC). Had the 2009 Modern Pentathlon World Cup II (March 19-21, 2009) been held as planned here in Atlanta, the shooting, fencing and swimming venues were going to take place at the Woodruff PE Center of ASC.
Be sure to check back on the third week of January for details on ATLANTA 1996's annual Summer camps. Registration for ATLANTA 1996 Summer camps starts in March.
Since 2002, the ATLANTA 1996 village is located at Brook Run. According to DeKalb County CEO Vernon JONES, Brook Run is "An ideal Home away from Home" for all the athletes in training and/or in-residency with the ATLANTA 1996. ATLANTA 1996 main dorm, also know as Cottage 6 (42,000 square feet) provides first class housing, a cafeteria, a computer lab, a library, an entertainment room, and a work-out room for all the athletes training with the ATLANTA 1996. In Brook Run, there are over 6 miles of trails in the middle of 70 acres of woods, thus providing the perfect serene and safe environment for all athletes after a hard day of training.
Our superior coaching and facilities anchor our track and field program. The ATLANTA 1996 program utilizes the George C. Griffin Track & Field Facility at Georgia Tech.
The George C. Griffin Track & Field Facility, already considered one of the top sites in the Southeast for outdoor collegiate track competition, was recently improved as part of Georgia Tech's preparation for the Centennial Olympic Games.
The Aquatic Center was the site of all swimming, diving and synchronized swimming competition as well as the swimming portion of the modern pentathlon during the Centennial Olympic Games in the summer of 1996. The Aquatic Center provides the ATLANTA 1996 and Georgia Tech with a world-class venue for aquatic sports and serves as an important element of the physical legacy of the Games. The 1,900-seat main stadium contains a competition pool and dive pool.
The Little Creek Horse Farm is the riding site for Modern Pentathlon. Had the 2009 Modern Pentathlon World Cup II (March 19-21, 2009) been held as planned here in Atlanta, the riding and running venues were going to take place at the Little Creek Horse Farm. DeKalb County purchased in 2004 Little Creek Horse Farm. The farm covers 53 acres and is located at 2057 Lawrenceville Highway in Decatur, Georgia 30033
The John H. Lewis SAC is part of the Morris Brown College MBC). The Herndon Stadium at Morris Brown College was the official Field Hockey site during the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.
The John H. Lewis SAC has ATLANTA 1996's dedicated Team Handball court on the main level with a seating capacity of a 1500. On the main level there is direct access to men and women restrooms as well as to the vending booths.
The basement level has the men's and women's locker rooms, each containing 35 double-width lockers, with an exercise room between the two, across the locker rooms there is a weight room, and next to the weight room the medical quarters for the Team PTs, trainers, and physicians.
Since 2007, the USA Men's National Team Handball Team has been training with the ATLANTA 1996 at the John H. Lewis SAC.
ATLANTA 1996 Tennis program is hosted at The Raquet Club of the South. RCS boasts 18 outdoor lighted courts, 4 groomed clay courts, 8 indoor courts, a full service bar and restaurant.
The program is developed through the tutelage of trained professionals such as Samir and TJ. They know what it takes to be a successful professional and person on tour.