PyeongChang 2018; Post-Games use of venues

VenueTypePost-Games Use
Alpensia Ski Jumping CentreExistingVenue for national and international winter sport events. Training facility for national athletes. Public leisure facility.
Alpensia Cross-Country CentreExistingVenue for national and international winter sport events. Training facility for national athletes. Public leisure facility.
Alpensia Biathlon CentreExistingVenue for national and international winter sport events. Training facility for national athletes. Public leisure facility.
Olympic Sliding CentreNewTraining facility (national and international athletes). Experience facility for tourist leisure activities.
Phoenix Snow ParkExistingSki resort.
Jeongseon Alpine CentreNewLeisure and tourist facility (TBC).
Yongpyong Alpine CentreExistingSki resort.
Kwandong Hockey CentreNewPart of the Kwandong Catholic University: Offices, lecture halls, multi-purpose sports and leisure facility.
Gangneung Curling CentreExistingMulti-purpose sports venue and youth club centre.
Gangneung Hockey CentreNewTraining and competition venue. Cultural venue.
Gangneung Ice ArenaNewPublic sports facility: Multipurpose culture / sports centre and swimming pool.
Gangneung OvalNewTraining facility for national teams (TBC).
PyeongChang Olympic StadiumNew + TemporaryOlympic Memorial Hall.
PyeongChang Olympic & Paralympic VillageExistingSold to private sector (housing).
Gangneung Olympic & Paralympic VillageExistingSold to private sector (housing).
Gangneung Media VillageExistingSold to private sector.

Source: PyeongChang 2018 Pre-Games Sustainability Report, December 2017

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