Located in the western part of the city, the Deodoro Zone has the largest military concentration in Latin America with 60,000 servicemen and women.
Olympic BMX Centre
A new, permanent BMX track will be constructed with seating for 7500 spectators.
Mountain Bike Centre
The 5000 spectators in a temporary stadium will get the chance to see the competitors multiple times as they make loops around the approximately 4.8km long course. The venue also has standing room for another 20,000 spectators.
A new, permanent 250m canoe/kayak slalom course will be built with seating for 8000 spectators.
Deodoro Olympic Park Venues
The new venue will seat more than 5000 spectators for women’s preliminary basketball and more than 4000 spectators for the fencing portion of the modern pentathlon competition. There is just 300m between it and the other venues which will be used for modern pentathlon, Deodoro Aquatics Centre and Deodoro Stadium, allowing for easy travel between them.
The temporary venue with capacity for more than 15,000 spectators will host the Olympic debut of rugby sevens as well as the riding and combined running-shooting events of the modern pentathlon competition.
Deodoro Aquatics Centre
Hosting the swimming portion of modern pentathlon, it will have seating for 2000 spectators.
Olympic Equestrian Centre
Built for the 2007 Pan American Games, it is used daily by the Brazilian Army Equestrian School and is being refurbished and expanded for the Olympic Games. There is capacity for 20,000 spectators for the cross-country portion of the eventing competition. The jumping and dressage competitions will be held in front of 14,000 spectators.
Olympic Shooting Centre
Built for the 2007 Pan American Games, it is now used for training of the Brazilian Armed Forces and will have seating for 330 to 2000 spectators, depending on the event.
Olympic Hockey Centre
The home of field hockey will have capacity for 7800 spectators on one pitch and 4100 spectators on a second pitch.