United World Wrestling operates several High-Performance training centres around the world. These centres provide training for athletes year-round and have the task of developing international wrestling talent to its full potential. In our main centres, we welcome athletes supported by Olympic Solidarity and other key Strategic Partners.
A number of centres are affiliated with United World Wrestling for training:
The National Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance, more commonly known as INSEP, is a large French establishment. Created in 1975 under the name of National Institute of Sport and Physical Education, it is the heir to older institutions.
As one of the world’s foremost Olympic training centres, INSEP not only has the state-of-the-art training facility, but also provides technical and scientific expertise with a genuine respect for the athletes. INSEP is the ideal training centre for elite athletes in view of the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.
The main objective of the Kozma Istvan Hungarian Wrestling Academy is to educate successful athletes at Olympic, world and European championships, who will be able to achieve a successful career in civilian life after completing their sporting careers.
The National Olympic Sports Center complex offers state of the art facilities and high performance wrestling training, and coaches and referees education programs.
The American Wrestling Centre UWWA in Guatemala City was created not only for the High-Performance training of the elite athletes but also for the development and promotion of Wrestling in the American continent.
Name: Olimp in partnership with Russian Wrestling Federation (currently suspended)
Address: Russia, North Ossetia-Alania, Vladikavkaz, Shmulevich street 6
Director: Vladislav Kodoev
Social media: @olimp_sportkompleks_
Federal training center for wrestling in the sports community of Wals-Siezenheim. At the Austrian National Wrestling Center, wrestlers train with international training partners at the highest level. We offer a diverse network of first-class athletes who challenge and support each other to continuously improve their level.