Calgary is a city in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and is the third largest municipality in the country. Calgary is a cosmopolitan city with a small town feel, balancing urban sophistication and country culture. The city thrives mostly from its petroleum, agriculture and tourism industries, and was the first Canadian city to hose the Olympic Winter Games in 1988. Due to its’ proximity to the Rocky Mountains, Calgary has become home to a series of major winter sporting facilities including Canada Olympic Park (used for ski-jumping, luge, snowboarding and cross country skiing), and the Olympic Oval (used for speed skating and hockey). These facilities serve as the primary training facilities for a number of competitive athletes worldwide.