Centre Sportif Richard Bozon

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Centre Sportif Richard Bozon
Location 214 avenue de la Plage,
74400 Chamonix
Coordinates 45°55′39″N 6°52′20″E / 45.92750°N 6.87222°E / 45.92750; 6.87222
Capacity Hockey: 1,700
Construction
Built 1970-71
Architect Roger Tailibert
Structural engineer Heinz Isler, Europe Etudes
Tenants
Chamonix Hockey Club
Website
(in French) http://www.chamonix-mont-blanc.fr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=17&Itemid=474

The Centre Sportif Richard Bozon (English: Richard Bozon Sport Centre) is a multipurpose sport complex in Chamonix, France. In addition to an international-sized hockey rink, it features a swimming pool, climbing wall, squash courts, and a gym. The hockey rink is the home of the Chamonix Hockey Club of the Ligue Magnus

History[edit]

The Centre was designed by Riger Tailibert, with Heinz Isler of the firm Europe Etudes as structural engineer. Construction took place through 1970 into 1971.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Richard Bozon Sports Center - Swimming Pool". Structurae.de. Retrieved 1 June 2012. 

External links[edit]

(in French) Official Site