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World Class Facilities

In November of 2003, the City of Kamloops voted through referendum to expand the city's existing sports facilities.  The Kamloops Track and Field Club again thanks the City of Kamloops for its dedication and commitment towards not only athletics but the sporting community in general, and for recognizing the value in grassroots sports programs and making them a priority.

Outdoor Facility

The outdoor facility at Hillside Stadium was completed in June of 2006. It is complete with an 8-lane polyurethane track, jumping venues, throwing venues and an artificial grass infield. This facility was used to host the 2006 BC Summer Games.

Indoor Facility

Located with the Tournament Capital Centre is BC's first ever indoor track. Completed in the spring of 2007, the indoor facility is complete with a 6-lane 200-meter track, weight throw area, shot put circles, and long jump, triple jump and pole vault areas. Access to physiotherapy, swimming pools, weights and other ammenties are also available.

Included in the design is North America's first ever indoor throwing room where athletes will be capable of throwing hammers, discs and shots all year round. Coached by Dr. Anatoly Bondarchuk, high performance athletes will also have access to the latest athletic equipment.

For track and field officials, there is a great place to rest and eat during off times at track meets, as well as a place to host clinics right on site.

Throwing Training Facility

In November 2006 the City of Kamloops donated 5 throwing pads to the KTFC to support our highly competitive throws program. There are 5 practice pads adjacent to one another allowing our throws athletes more opportunities for practice with minimal down time between throws.

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