Utah Olympic Park

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Freestyle Aerial Splash Pool link to web site[[1]]

Image:Utah Olympic Park pool.jpg


Location N 40° 41.653 W 111° 32.650 12T E 454023 N 4504954


The freestyle aerials training pool opened in July 1993, and is the summer training site for many world-class aerialists.

The pool contains 750,000 gallons of water and is "bubbled" to soften the impact of landing. The highest of the four primary kickers can launch these airborne athletes nearly 70 feet in the air, and allows the aerialists to perform several twists and flips.


[edit] UTAH OLYMPIC PARK SUMMER FREESTYLE JUMPING FACILITY

Pool Info
Volume 743,500gal
Depth 10'-12'
Dimensions 90'x120'
Jump Info
Name Inrun Length Inrun Angle (Degrees) Inrun Bottom Curve Deck Length   (end of curve to back of jump) Deck Height Above Water     (Water = 0.00') Jump Height (above deck) Jump Length (End of tail to back of jump) Takeoff Angle (Degrees) Vertical Drop   (Water = 0.00') Inrun Width
Single 86.56' 23 11.06' @ R40' 26.00' 6.00' 6.00' 12.00' 50-58 43' 8'
Double 106.17' 30 38.75' @ R74' 33.50' 8.50' 7.50' 13.00' 66 71.50' 8'
Freeride 132.40' 30 31.42' @ R60 41.50' 10.00' 9.00' 13.00' 57 84' 8'
Triple 140.40' 30 31.42 @ R60 41.50' 11.00' 10.00' 14.50' 71.5 88' 8'

In feet



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