Hurley W. Rudd Field at Gene Cox Stadium is a municipal American football venue for local teams in Tallahassee, FL. It seats approximately 5,500 fans, but has room to accommodate an additional 1,000 people. Currently, Hurley W. Rudd Field at Gene Cox Stadium serves all nine public middle schools and the five public high schools located in Leon County. The stadium is right next to the North Florida Fair Grounds.
• FHSAA Flag Football State Championships 2012 & 2014
• FHSAA Soccer State Championships
Leach Student Recreation Center
The Leach Pool is a 16-lane by 25-yard indoor swimming facility. Lanes are available to Leach patrons for lap swimming at all times, unless closed for staff training or a special pool event. See the Lane Availability Schedule for regular events that may limit the number of lanes open for lap swimming. Special events and closure information is featured on the Aquatics home page. Dive In Over the deep end of the pool are two 1-meter and two 3-meter diving boards. Water Basketball Hoop it up in the pool. The water basketball goal is open throughout the day in the shallow end of the pool. Simply stop by the Lifeguard Office poolside to checkout the basketball for a game.
Skate World offers a hockey program for all ages and skill levels from beginning youth hockey players to the more experienced adult players. We train speed skaters at all levels of experience from the very beginner to national champion competitor. Any kind of skates will do, all you need is a helmet and a desire to learn.
The Trousdell Gymnastics Center is a 27,000 square foot facility that includes a large gym with two competitive floor areas, floor pits, and spectator seating for over 230 people. The Trousdell Gymnastics Center has hosted the USA Gymnastics State of Florida’s Men’s Championships in 2012 and numerous other sanctioned events including the Capital City Cup and Canopy Road Classic.
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