Various media sources were shown yesterday around the new €4million High Performance Training Centre at the Irish Institute of Sport in Dublin. The Centre, based on the National Sport Campus will provide a World Class Training and Support Environment where Irish high performance athletes, coaches and support staff train, meet and exchange expertise.
The Centre also features a 4 lane indoor 130m track with performance analysis equipment, integrated long jump and a fully equipped world class physical conditioning area.
Chief Executive of Sport Ireland, John Treacy said..."I am delighted to see the new High Performance Training Centre come on stream as we look towards Rio and beyond. As part of the investment, we consulted intensively with athletes, coaches, performance directors and specialists across the team to consider design, layout and equipment based on our sports current needs and also to ensure future proofing this support environment."
VIDEO: High Performance Training Centre at the Irish Institute of Sport, Dublin @jacquihurley #rtesport https://t.co/X5wT32Wl5V— RTÉ Sport (@RTEsport) January 7, 2016
For more info, see...
a) Press release from the Irish Sports Council
b) The 42.ie news item