Nike Altitude House

Nike Altitude House

Nike's Oregon Project, run by former marathon world record holder Alberto Salazar , is a firm believer in CAT's altitude systems

Aimed at producing Olympic Caliber athletes, project members include Dan Browne and Adam Goucher who recently achieved the United States' best placing in over 20 years at the World Cross Country championships with a 6th place in Japan.

All of the bedrooms, and most of the other living areas of the Nike house, have been converted by CAT to be controlled Colorado Mountain Room systems.

The latest addition has been a Colorado Exercise Room system, enabling the team to achieve additional benefits by also training at altitude.