The Helliniko Olympic Complex is situated on the east coast of Greece south of Athens, approximately 30 kilometres from the Olympic Village, and was built for the staging of the 2004 Summer Olympics and consists of 5 separate venues.
Olympic Canoe/Kayak Slalom Centre - The slalom canoeing and kayak centre that was built on the site of the former Helliniko Airport.
Olympic Hockey Centre - The newly built hockey centre which has one large and one smaller pitch with seating for 7,300 and 2,100 spectators respectively. There is also a warm up pitch for use by the athletes.
Olympic Baseball Centre - Two baseball diamonds catering for 8,700 and 4,000 spectators.
Olympic Softball Stadium - A softball stadium with seating for 4,800 spectators.
Indoor Arena & Fencing Hall - An indoor arena with adjoining fencing hall that hosted the fencing competition, finals of the handball and the preliminary rounds of the basketball competitions. This was constructed by making structural improvements to the existing hangar that was once used by Olympic Airways, the national airline carrier of Greece, for repairs.
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