Numerous indoor track and field competitions to be contested on Mondo tracks this weekend
CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. - Feb. 1, 2018 - PRLog -- Track surfaces made by Mondo, the global leader in the track and field, indoor sport and contract flooring markets, continue to dominate upcoming indoor track and field competitions. One of the meets is the New England (NEICAAA) Indoor Track and Field Championship Feb. 2-3 at Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center at Roxbury Community College in Boston, which features the top college track and field runners in New England.
Another meet taking place on a Mondo surface is the Camel City Elite, Feb. 3, at JDL Fast Track in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. This year's event features its biggest prizes to date in six events: men's and women's 800m, men's and women's mile, and men's and women's 3,000m. Prize money ranges from $6,000 for the winner to $1,000 for fourth place.
Indoor competitions taking place on Mondo surfaces this weekend at NCAA Division I universities include:
—Charlie Thomas Invitational, Feb.2-3, Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium, Texas A&M University, College Station
—Meyo Invitational, Feb.2- 3, Loftus Sports Center, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
—Sykes & Sabock Challenge Cup, Feb. 2-3, Ashenfelter III Indoor Track, Penn State University, State College
—Frank Sevigne Husker Invitational, Feb. 2-3, Bob Devaney Sports Center, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
—Mountain T's Indoor Invitational, Feb. 2-3, J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff
Other competitions this weekend with Mondo as the surface include:
—Colorado Mines HS Indoor Series #5, Feb. 1, Steinhauer Field House, Golden
—Atlantic Coast Championships and South Shore League Championships, Feb. 1, Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center, Roxbury Community College, Boston
—LSU Bayou Bengal Invitational, Feb. 2, Carl Maddox Fieldhouse, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
—KCAC Indoor Championship, Feb. 2-3, Robert W. Plaster Center, Pittsburg State University, Kansas
—New Mexico Classic, Feb. 2-3, Albuquerque Convention Center
—Navy vs. Army Men's and Women's Track and Field Meet, Feb. 3, Wesley A. Brown Fieldhouse, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
—NYRR Millrose Games, Feb. 3, New York City Armory
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.
Ideal for both training and high-level competition, Mondo tracks are made from rubber and vulcanized to produce a continuous, seamless piece of material that will not separate. In addition, they 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, the 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 the Mondo press room, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter (https://twitter.com/