Utah Olympic Oval

Kearns, Utah

Utah Olympic Oval logo

Utah Olympic Oval was built with the purpose of hosting speed skating competitions during the 2002 Winter Olympics but now serves as a legacy to the State of Utah for all members of the community to enjoy. The Oval, located in Kearns, Utah, is part of a multi-purpose recreation complex that includes recreational gyms, weight facilities, and swimming pools.

Venue Quick Facts
Size / Capacity:

275,000 sq. ft.

Distance from Airport:

11.5 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport

  • 275,000 sq. ft. venue
  • 55 ft. ceiling height
  • 400-meter speed skating oval
  • 2 international-sized ice sheets
  • 4 lane 442-meter running track
  • 8 lane 110-meter sprint running track

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