A new Olympic track has opened in northern Ireland with the opening of the Northern Ireland Track & Field Centre.
The track will be located on the west side of the city, which is situated on the banks of the River Dee.
The Northern Ireland Sport Council, the sport body which runs the centre, said the track is an Olympic track, with track and field and the Olympic trials, which will take place in August.
The facility is located on a site that was used by the Olympic track.
The new facility will host the first of a number of competitions to be held in the autumn and winter.
This will be the first time the Olympic Games have been run on a track.
The track is part of the new National Stadium, which has been designed to accommodate the Games.
This new facility is the first in Northern Ireland to be built on an Olympic site.
The site is being developed as part of a wider redevelopment of the old Olympic Park site.
The centre is the second in Northern Europe to be completed.
The centre will be home to more than 60 sporting events including track and fields, swimming, cycling and other sports.
The UK’s first track was built in 1988, in a space now occupied by the Royal Ulster Constabulary training complex.