Catch the high-flying action every weekend through July and August with the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s NEW Spence Eccles Olympic Freestyle Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless!
June 28 thru September 6
Saturdays @ 11 am
Sundays @ 1 pm
Join the Utah Olympic Park for the world’s steepest slip ‘n slide party! Soak up the final days of summer with an afternoon full of slip ‘n slide on the single and mini water ramps at the Spence Eccles Olympic Freestyle Pool. Enjoy music, food, and drinks. Try out the Psicobloc Climbing Wall and partake in some summer lawn games including Bubble Ball Soccer.
12 to 5 pm
$50 per person
Ages 13 and up
The inaugural debut of Red Bull 400 in the United States will be hosted at the Utah Olympic Park. Participants will run and race 400m up the nordic ski jump at an elevation of 6, 870ft from the starting point. This will be the highest elevation Red Bull 400 has ever been. Put your endurance and body to the test with the hardest 400m race you will ever compete in. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Olympic Parks’ in-house cross country and ski jumping program: Park City Nordic Ski Club.
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The 2015-2016 International Luge Federation calendar includes nine luge world cup competitions in six countries. The Utah Olympic Park will be the third stop on the circuit with competitions taking place December 11 and 12. In addition to hosting Doubles, Women’s and Men’s events, the Olympic Park will also be one of three tracks to host a newly formed Sprint Cup competition. The Sprint Cup is a new event on the world cup circuit and features the top 15 sliders in a one-run heat down the track with timing beginning 330 feet from the start. The last time the Olympic Park hosted an FIL World Cup, during the 2013-2014 season, 157 athletes from thirty-two nations participated with team U.S.A. medaling five times. The event realized forty-four hours of international TV time reaching an estimated audience of 18,673,000.