Ice Cube Curling Center

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Ice Cube Curling Center
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LocationSochi, Russia
Coordinates43°24′24″N 39°56′57″E / 43.406731°N 39.949293°E / 43.406731; 39.949293Coordinates: 43°24′24″N 39°56′57″E / 43.406731°N 39.949293°E / 43.406731; 39.949293
Capacity3,000 Olympic Mode[1]
Opened2012[1]
Tenants
2014 Winter Olympics (curling)
2014 Winter Paralympics (curling)[1]
2017 Winter Military World Games

The Ice Cube Curling Center (Russian: Керлинговый Центр Ледяной куб) is a 3,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Sochi, Russia, that opened in 2012. [1] It is a component of the Sochi Olympic Park.

It hosted all the curling events at the 2014 Winter Olympics and the wheelchair curling events at the 2014 Winter Paralympics.[1] It cost $14.0 million to build the venue, including the temporary works for the Olympics and Paralympics. It opened in 2012.[1] After the 2014 games, it will remain a sports arena. The venue is a portable venue, designed so that it could possibly be re-located after the end of the games.[1]

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