Opened in 2020, the US Olympic & Paralympic Museum (USOPM) is a new venue to relive the exploits of america's great athletes. Through a spiral path leading to the ground floor, visitors will discover 12 interactive galleries recounting the journey of high-level sportsmen. Courage, determination and respect are reflected in their stories. The US Olympic & Paralympic Museum is also a complex that contributes to the success of swimmers, gymnasts, wrestlers and many other sports competitors. The 14-hectare facility provides athletes with state-of-the-art infrastructure and equipment to perfect their training techniques. For example, there is a swimming pool of 4,181 m2 equipped with special cameras that film and analyze the movement of swimmers.
Who designed the US Olympic & Paralympic Museum? The interdisciplinary design studio Diller Scofidio - Renfro designed the USOPM. The complex looks like a mid-race disk launcher from an aerial view.
Which artist are the paintings on display at the USOPM? The US Olympic & Paralympic Museum includes a rich collection of artifacts, including works by LeRoy Neiman. This American artist is famous for his colorful paintings depicting sports competitions.