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University of Pretoria TuksSport, High Performance Centre (HPC), sport grounds, facilities, stadiums, track and field, LC de Villiers Sport Campus, Pretoria.
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The University of Pretoria offers some of the country's best sporting facilities and these facilities attract international athletes as well as local sporting bodies for training camps or specific team preparation. The High Performance Centre, HPC, has become the preferred location for team South Africa's pre-departure camps as well as the preferred centre for the specialisation of a significant number of national federations. During the FIFA Soccer World Cup, the HPC was home to the Argentinean football team. Indoor facilities on the Sport Grounds include a sport hall with 3000 seats (basketball, netball, volleyball), 5 halls for gymnastics, judo, karate, badminton, fencing, table tennis, a fitness gymnasium, a heated indoor swimming pool, committee and lecture rooms as well as a restaurant and cafeteria. Outdoor facilities include 6 rugby fields, a rugby stadium with 3 500 seats, an athletics tartan track and stadium (3 000 seats), 1 practice athletics track, 5 cricket ovals and clubhouse, 4 hockey grass fields and clubhouse, 24 cricket nets (8 all-weather), 1 synthetic hockey playing surface (astro turf), 6 all-weather netball courts, cross-country track with 2 routes, 9 soccer fields, a Soccer clubhouse, 22 tennis courts (18 hard & 4 clay courts), a Tennis clubhouse, 2 tennis practice walls, 1 softball field, 3 all-weather basketball courts, 2 volleyball courts, 1 beach volleyball court, Olympic standard swimming pool with pavilion (1 500 seats), 7 squash courts (1 match court), 2 hammer throwing circles, climbing wall, dam for canoeing and rowing, and a 4-hole practice golf course.

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