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The World Arena is one of the famous location known globally is host to multi natured events. It is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado is a 7,343-seat multi-purpose arena. This placed opened in 1997 and includes a main arena rink plus two practice rinks. This arena is home to the Colorado College Tigers ice hockey team of the WCHA, the US National Short Track Speed Skating Team, the Broadmoor Skating Club, various professional figure skaters, and the Broadmoor Speedskating Club. The present building serves as a replacement for the Broadmoor World Arena was the earlier home of the BSC and CC hockey programs and site of the first ten NCAA hockey championships. The building was especially in use as a hockey arena from 1938 to 1994, when finally it was torn down and replaced by an expansion of the Broadmoor.
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The Ice Hall is adjoining to the main arena and includes 2 rinks. One of them is NHL sized and the other one is Olympic sized. This arena hosts a lot of events including family occasions, concerts, sports and a lot more other events. In sports there can be cage fighting championships, basketball, skating usually. There is a special ice hall in this arena which is ranked as one of the world?s finest skating halls. It is home to a lot of the nation's finest skaters and coaches. The Skate instructors are highly trained and experienced in teaching all levels of skaters and conduct the U.S. One can learn Figure Skating Association Basic Skills Program, and USA Hockey Initiation Program. The best part is that the Participation in the program can be of any age. Instructors taught the fundamentals of ice skating and hockey. The syllabus is intended to be fun, challenging and rewarding for everyone!
This arena has the honor to possess one of the country's top training centers, producing dozens of skating champions as well as cutting edge instructors that includes: Peggy Fleming 1968 Olympic Champion, Scott Davis 1993-1994 US Champion, Jill Trenary 1987, 1989-90 US Champion, A.P. McDonough 2002 Women's Jr. World Figure Skating Gold Medallist & 2003 USA World Team alternate, Ryan Jahnke 2003 USA World Team member, Coach Tom Zakrajsek 2001 U.S.O.C. Developmental Coach of the Year, Tom Dickson 2002, 2003, & 2004 U.S. Figure Skating Choreographer of the Year, Coach Janet Champion 2003 Professional Skater Association Lifetime Achievement Award, Gold Medalist Skaters during the 2005 Competition Season: Jeremy Abbott-Junior Mens Freestyle; Mariel Miller & Rockne Brubaker-Junior Pairs; Trina Pratt & Todd Gilles-Junior Dance; Claire Davis & Nathan Miller-Novice Pairs; Rachael Flatt-Novice Ladies Freestyle; Piper Gilles & Tim Mckernan-Intermidiate Dance.
Besides giving training to the starters and skat-dancing, World arena also offers training for speed skating. And to evaluate the quality of the training one can see, as training center for the U.S. Olympic Short Track Speedskating team, 2002 and 2006 Olympic Gold Medalist Apolo Anton Ohno and his teammates on a regular basis train at the World Arena Ice Hall. The USA Short Track team is at present coached by 1992 Olympic Silver medalist Li Yan. Short Track practices are open to the public for viewing, and in general occur from September through March. There are Weekly Speedskating Sessions, additionally to National Team Speedskaters, the World Arena Ice Hall gives an opportunity for training for up-and-coming athletes throughout weekly drop-in speed skating. All levels of speed skaters are welcome at weekly public sessions.
Moreover than skating The World Arena also proudly host youth as well as adult hockey, USA Hockey special events and national team training sessions, and the national Division I powerhouse program of Colorado College. The Amateur Adult Hockey Association (AAHA!) is an intermediate level adult league which plays at the Ice Hall. Now the Adult Hockey is presented at the Ice Hall during the Pick-Up Hockey Sessions and also through the AAHA intermediate league (Adult Amateur Hockey Association). The World Arena presents youth hockey leagues and tournaments and conducts Hockey Initiation programs all over the year.
USA Hockey Initiation Classes are designed for beginning hockey players, the intentions of this program are to teach the basic skills necessary to play the game of hockey. And to develop an understanding of teamwork. To enjoy while playing hockey and engaging in physical activity. Create and refine basic motor patterns. Introduce the concepts of cooperation and fair play.
Besides the students and amateurs who learn different skills here, there is a lot for public to do too. There are particular events especially designed for the public to enjoy themselves. Then there are some fine places in the arena to eat and stay. So the World arena is equipped with all the necessary accessories one needs to enjoy any sports event.