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The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation is a non-profit organization responsible for maintaining our Olympic facilities at world-class levels and using them to provide opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to watch, learn and excel in winter sports.

Inspired by the success and momentum of the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games, the Foundation has turned its focus toward embracing, engaging and involving Utah’s youth in winter sport. Your ticket purchase goes directly to supporting the Foundation and future winter athletes.

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Board of Directors

The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization governed by its President/CEO and Board of Directors. The Board has thirteen voting members, one ex-officio member and one advisor. Learn More

 

Events

October 2021

  • Utah Olympic Park

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  • Utah Olympic Oval

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  • Soldier Hollow Nordic Center
    Monday, October 18

    Join us for the annual Schutzenski Festival from October 18-24! The Schutzenski Festival includes training for XC and BIA athletes during the week beginning on October 18 and is capped off with a weekend of Biathlon and Cross Country racing, including both Elite and Open classes. All Elite Class XC & Biathlon races will be run on matched rollerskis and prize money will be paid out for each race. Saturday’s schedule will also feature a 5 mile (8km) running and walking race, a head to head Wild West Shooting competition, food vendors, a beer garden and family activities.

    Saturday, October 23

    Join us on Saturday, October 23 for the First Annual Schutzenski Festival at Soldier Hollow. The Schutzenski Festival opens with a 5-mile fun run/walk on the Olympic trails starting at 8 am, and is followed by elite-level biathlon and cross-country rollerski races throughout the morning, plus Zermatt Wildfire Grill and Bohemian Brewery beer garden, a Wild West shooting competition, and Discover Biathlon; where the public can learn about biathlon and shoot real biathlon rifles on the Olympic range. The event is open to the public (registration is required for the Schutzenski 5-mile fun run/walk and rollerski races.