Runners have the opportunity to train on the 442-meter indoor track that surrounds the Oval speed skating ice dubbed as "The Fastest Ice On Earth" where eight world and 10 Olympic records were set in February 2002.
A Mondo Super X track has been installed with four lanes around the ice plus an eight-lane, 110-meter sprint zone. The track has been marked according to NCAA and IAAF standards.
The facility has tremendous potential as a winter training ground for recreational runners as well as high school and college track and field athletes.
The Oval is one of the rare indoor track facilities in the state, providing year-round training capabilities in a climate-controlled temperature of 63-65 degrees.