Krylatskoye Sports Complex Velodrome
(Russian: велотрек „Крылатское“)
Velodrome in 2008
|Full name||Krylatskoe Sports Center of Trade Unions (Velodrome)|
|Location||Krylatskaya Street, 10|
|Public transit||Krylatskoye, Molodyozhnaya (Moscow Metro stations)|
|Field size||333.33 metres (1,093 ft 7 in) track|
|Built||Jan 1977 — Dec 1979|
|Opened||December 28, 1979|
|Architect||N. I. Voronina,|
A. G. Ospennikov
The track is 333.33 metres (364 yards 1 foot 7 inches) long and 10 metres (32 feet 10 inches) wide, with 42 degree banked turns and 11 degree straights. It was longest indoor track in the world.
- 1980 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 2. Part 1. pp. 97–101.
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