An Updated Sports Performance Center for MIT

“The expansion of the sports performance facility will better position DAPER to meet the needs of our varsity student-athletes as well as expand training and teaching opportunities for the broader student population.”

G. Anthony Grant
Director of Athletics and Department Head
Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation

The updated and expanded strength and conditioning facility will feature new equipment befitting MIT’s elite athletic stature.
There will be more open space for groups to train, with shock-absorbing floors and a turf sprinting area.
New equipment will include double and single half-racks, a functional trainer, sleds, air bikes, and timing systems.
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