Canada Olympic Park
The Canada Olympic Park (COP) is located in Calgary, Canada. The park is managed by WinSport Canada, the former Calgary Olympic Development Association (CODA).
The Canada Olympic Park was originally built for the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary and was its main venue. The bobsleigh, luge and ski jumping competitions were held here. The freestyle skiing demonstration competitions were also held here.
Today, the park continues to be used as a training facility and for competitions. Winter sports also include alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, ice skating and snowboarding. In summer, the park is also used for sports such as mountain biking, there are over 25 km of bike tours.
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