The Chula Vista U.S. Olympic Training Center (CVOTC) will ring in its 20th anniversary next month with a community celebration featuring lots of fun, heart-pumping Olympic activities and a VIP breakfast.
The 20th anniversary party will be held on June 7 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the center located at 2800 Olympic Pkwy. The event is free and open to the public.
There, guests will have a chance to try their hand at Olympic and Paralympic sports including BMX, archery, field hockey, rugby, beach volleyball, soccer and wheelchair tennis. Guests can also experience running with a blindfold and guide runner like some of the CVOTC’s visually-impaired athletes.
The VIP Breakfast hosted by NBC 7's Steven Luke will begin at 8:30 am with a delicious breakfast buffet and a program with special guests beginning at 9:00 am.
VIP Breakfast admission is $100 per person and includes VIP parking and easy access into the community celebration which starts at 10:00 am.
The buffet breakfast includes made-to-order eggs and omelets, hashbrowns, fresh fruit, parfaits, and more!
Athlete attendees include:
Steve Holcomb - Bobsled (3-time Olympic Medalist, 4-time World Champion)
Brittney Reese - Track & Field (2012 Olympic Gold Medalist, 5-time World Champion - long jump)
Susan Francia - Rowing (2-time Olympic Gold Medalist, 5-time World Champion)
David Wagner - Wheelchair Tennis (3-time Paralympic Gold Medalist with six medals total)
Felicia Stancil - BMX (2016 Olympic hopeful, 2013 UCI Junior World Champion)
Lex Gillette - Paralympic Track & Field (3-time Paralympic Silver Medalist, World Champion and World Record holder - visually impaired long jump)
Nathan Yamaguchi - Archery (2016 Olympic hopeful, 2014 World Field Championships team member)
*More athletes to be announced!
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