Hellinikon Complex

The Helliniko Olympic Complex is situated at Ellinikon on the east coast of Greece south of Athens, approximately 16 kilometres from theOlympic Village. It was built on the site of the former Ellinikon International Airport for the staging of the 2004 Summer Olympics and 2004 Summer Paralympics. It consists of 5 separate venues.

  • Olympic Canoe/Kayak Slalom
  • Centre Olympic Hockey Centre
  • Olympic Baseball Centre
  • Olympic Softball Stadium
  • Helliniko Indoor Arena
  • Fencing Hall

The Group of the Greek coastal stretches in front of Athens and is a vital part in shaping the metropolitan city park, covering an area of 783,000 sq.m. green.

The Greek, a single polymorphic site, is able to accommodate events of various types and to highlight the South Western part of Athens on one of the attractive destinations entertainment, cultural and business tourism.

The complex comprises a total of 2 indoor and 4 outdoor facilities, technological equipment with the highest standards.

Closed groups often host events, exhibitions, concerts, shows and performances, while the golf basketball team hosts games of the A League.

The facilities are open spaces kalllitechnikon development and cultural activities during the summer season and part of their exploitation involves sports.

The Greek band has opened its doors to the public since summer 2010. It is open from sunrise to sunset and offers space for cycling, walking and other recreational activities.

During the Special Olympics World Games ATHENS 2011 June 25- July 4, 2011, establishment of the Greek would be held thefollowing sports:

Εγκατάσταση

Αγώνισμα

Αίθουσα Ξιφασκίας  1

Αντιπτέριση

Αίθουσα Ξιφασκίας  2

`Χειροσφαίριση

ΜΑΤΡ

`Young ATHLETES

Ολυμπιακό Γήπεδο Σόφτμπωλ Ελληνικού

Ποδηλασία

Σόφτμπωλ

Ολυμπιακό Κλειστό Γυμναστήριο  Ελληνικού

Ενόργανη Γυμναστική

Ρυθμική Γυμνιστική

Ολυμπιακό Γήπεδο Χόκεϊ  Ελληνικού

Ποδόσφαιρο 5Χ5

Ολυμπιακό Γήπεδο Μπέιζμπολ  Ελληνικού

Ποδόσφαιρο 7Χ7


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