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Choosing the Right Surface for Your New Tennis Court

Whether you’re opening a new facility and want a high-quality tennis court for your student-athletes or want to repair or upgrade your existing court, you should know that there’s more than one choice when it comes to your options for tennis

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The Benefits of Switching From Natural Grass to an Artificial Surface

Since their inception, sports have been played anywhere there was an open field. To this day, a sprawling grass field is an invitation to drop what you’re doing and play a pickup game. Natural grass has always been a go-to athletic surface for

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Soft or Hard? Choosing the Proper Track Surface

In almost every sport, athletes are seen running back and forth for hours on end in a stunning display of their physical abilities and stamina. But how did they get to that level of performance? Aside from a lot of discipline, one of the most

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Track Surfaces 101

From schools using them for athletics and physical education classes to recreational facilities and public gyms, you don’t have to go far to find a running track. While student-athletes and casual exercisers alike use them for common reasons,

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Planning and Designing Your New Artificial Turf Field

Schools everywhere find themselves considering the switch from grass athletic fields to artificial turf installation. This option is long-lasting, cost-effective, and regarded as safer for student-athletes and physical education students to run

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