3419 Olympic Pkwy, Park City, Utah, USA
Length = Men's: 1316 meters, (4,317 feet) Curves: 15
Length = Women's: 1140 meters, (3,740 feet) Curves: 12


"Park City is a track where you need to be smooth from top to bottom. Speed is the key here and as you exit curve-six the speed really begins to increase. The bottom of the track needs to be slid with complete perfection because the curves are big and have a tendency to cause the slider to lose both speed and time. As you cross the finish line, out of curve-15, you can really gain an appreciation for the actual speed that you were traveling at, when you sit up and bring the sled to a stop."
- Megan Sweeney


Team Relay: Geisenberger, Loch, Wendl/Arlt (Germany) - 12/14/13 - 2:18.546
Men's Singles: 44.271, Markus Prock, AUT, Feb. 11, 2002
Women's Singles: 42.940, Sylke Otto, GER, Feb. 13, 2002
Doubles: 42.953, Leitner/Resch, GER, Feb. 15, 2002

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