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Luis Puig Palace

Luis Puig Palace
Interior of the velodrome
Full name Palau Velòdrom Lluís Puig
Location Valencia, Spain
Coordinates
Capacity 6,500
Field size 250 m (270 yd) track
Surface Concrete
Opened 1992

Luis Puig Palace (, Spanish: Palacio Velódromo Luis Puig) is an arena in Valencia, Spain. It is primarily used for indoor sports and hosted the 2008 IAAF World Indoor Championships. The arena also hosts a 250 metres (270 yd) painted concrete cycling track which played host to the 1992 UCI Track Cycling World Championships. It has a capacity of 6,500 people.

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