WE DO THE BEST
Select and Training
WE DO THE BEST
To cultivate elite athletes
To maximize competition performance
Practical sports science
To operate flexibility
To improve athletes future career
Learning the best from past experiences
To develop the Elite Athletes
Operated with Flexible Management
To build the Outstanding Teams
To Promote the Career Development
Executed with Science of Sports
To learn from Benchmarking Experiences
The Zuoying Training Center
“Growing beyond our means”
The Zuoying Training Center was established in November 1976 for the purpose to train athletes to participate in the Montreal Olympics in 1976. In July 1997, the Executive Yuan commenced the Sports Affairs Council, which commissioned the National Sports Athletes Training Center in January 2001, in place of developing elite athletes for national sporting events.
Following the Organization Reform of government sectors in 2013, the Sports Administration, districted under the Ministry of Education; it assumed managing responsibility of the National Sports Training Center. The National Sports Training Center later was separated from government sector and became a legal entity in 2015 while continued its contribution to the training and development of outstanding athletes.
Emphasizing the sporting environment, expanding sporting spaces, and enhancing awareness of sport for all among public; presenting brand new perceptions and respect of the athletes and creating new values for sports are among the main objects of the National Sports Training Center, as well as the general expectation from the public.
Bus No. 29, No. 218.
Bus stop: Zuoying Branch of Kaohsiung Armed Forces General Hospital.
Station: World Games Station (R17), approximately walk 10 minutes to National Sports Training Center.
Bus No. Red 53.
Routes: KRTC World Games Station (R17) → World Games Stadium
Take HSR to Zuoying Station, and switch to KRTC to reach World Games Station (R17).
You can also take train to New Zuoying Station, and switch to KRTC to reach World Games Station (R17).
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