Olympic Training Center

The Olympic Training Center improves the student-athlete athletic training and strength and conditioning opportunities and will help elevate the experience for multiple Wildcat teams.

Raising the Bar for Olympic Sports

The Olympic Training Center will service and be used daily by 12 of the 16 K-State Athletics’ teams. This world-class facility is K-State Athletics commitment to providing a well-rounded experience for all student-athletes.

The Olympic Training Center will have a 14,000 square foot strength and conditioning, sports medicine and rehab space, hydrotherapy tubs, nutrition and refueling station, plyometric ramp and an 8,000 square foot multi-use turf area. A state-of-the-art mental health and wellness area will be added to house the necessary tools for overall wellness and performance enhancement. This will include comfortable office spaces for multiple mental health staff members, a biofeedback lab, performance training opportunities, and a full educational library for personal, mental, emotional, and performance enhancement.

It will also be centrally near the other athletic facilities and provide ease of access located south of the west parking lot.

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  • Olympic Training Center Estimated Cost$20 Million
  • Target CompletionPrior To 2023 Season
  • Highlights - 14,000 Square Foot Strength & Conditioning Center
    - 8,000 Square Foot Second Level Multi-Use Turf Area
    - Plyometric Ramp
    - Sports Medicine Rehab Space
    - Hydrotherapy Recovery Area
    - Nutrition & Refuiling Station
    - Office space for Athletic Training & Strength Staffs
    - Mental Health & Wellness Area
Volleyball/Olympic Training Center Construction Live Cam
Building Champions - Volleyball & Olympic Training Center Groundbreaking - Dec. 8, 2021
Building Champions - Olympic Training Center
If our fans and donors could see currently where some of our teams are lifting and some of the training rooms and how it compares to the Ice Family Basketball Center and Vanier, it’s going to greatly improve the student-athlete experience. Whether it’s a Big 12 Champion, or a National Championship, these facilities are going to help us build champions.
K-State Director of Athletics Gene Taylor
Taking K-State Athletics To the Next Level

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