More than 30 indoor track meets are taking place on Mondo surfaces this weekend
CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. - Jan. 18, 2018 - PRLog -- This weekend, more than 30 indoor track and field competitions will take place on tracks made by Mondo, the global leader in the track and field, indoor sport and contract flooring markets, including the following at NCAA Division I universities:
--Clemson Invitational, Jan. 19-20, Clemson University Indoor Track, South Carolina
--Lumberjack Team Challenge, Jan. 19, Walkup Skydome, Northern Arizon University, Flagstaff
--Akron vs. Kent Dual, Jan. 19, Kent State Field House, Kent State University, Ohio
--WSU Indoor Open, Jan. 19-20, Indoor Practice Facility, Washington State University, Pullman
--Texas A&M Aggie Quad Meet, Jan. 20, Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium at the McFerrin Athletic Center, College Station
--Notre Dame Invitational, Jan. 20, Loftus Sports Center, Indiana
--Mark Colligan Memorial, Jan. 20, Bob Devaney Sports Center, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
--Prentice Gudgen High School Invitational, Jan. 20, Robert W. Plaster Center, Pittsburg State University
Some of the other track and field meets taking place on Mondo's tracks this weekend are:
--Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Collegiate Invitational, Jan. 19-20, Albuquerque Convention Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico
--Friday Night Invitational, Jan. 19, Sports and Recreation Center, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, Indiana
--GVSU Open, Jan. 19, Laker Turf Building, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan
--St. Olaf, Carleton Hamline Coed Triangular, Jan. 19, Tostrud Center, St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota
--St. Thomas Invitational, Jan. 19, Anderson Athletic Complex, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota
--NAIA vs. NCAA Challenge, Jan. 20, Perry Student Life Recreation Center, Olivet Nazarene University, Bourbonnais, Illinois
--I55 Triangular, Jan. 20, Shirk Athletic Center, Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois
About Mondo's Tracks
Mondo is the industry leader in sport track innovation and expertise with more than 1,100 of the company's tracks and millions of square feet of its high-performance athletic surfaces installed worldwide.
Mondo tracks are made from rubber, which is vulcanized to produce a continuous, seamless piece of material that will not separate. In addition, its tracks: have a life expectancy of 15 years or more; won't compress or break down over time; can withstand heavy static and rolling loads; are easy to maintain with non-porous surfaces; and have a low total cost of ownership.
More than 260 world records have been set on Mondo's track surfaces, which include: Mondotrack WS, which served as competition surface of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games; Super X 720, which combines the backing of Mondotrack and the wear layer of the Super X Performance;
An official supplier of athletic tracks for the past 11 Olympic Games and the competition surface since the 1992 Barcelona Games, Mondo is the official supplier or sponsor of more than 100 sports federations and associations.
A family-owned business since its founding in 1948, the company sells its products in more than 196 countries through Mondo-owned manufacturing companies in Italy, Luxembourg, Spain and China. For news updates, visit mondoworldwide.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Page Updated Last on: Jan 18, 2018