Official Surface for Six Olympic Games
Super-X Performance is unquestionably the
surface favored most by athletes, coaches and organizers
throughout the world. Mondo has installed these surfaces
in no less than 132 countries that were competing in
the last Olympic Games. In 1992, for the first time
in the history of the Olympic Games, all five of the
track and field surfaces bore one name: Mondo. For the
1996 Games in Atlanta, the organizers selected Mondo
surfaces exclusively for all of the track and field
events. Numerous international, national and university
competitions have taken place on the Super-X surface.
As a result, countless world records have been set on
are the first to assert that their performances are
indisputably affected by the characteristics of the
surface on which they compete.
unique features and construction of the Super-X surface
are superior to all others in terms of allowing athletes
to surpass themselves both in training and competition.
Super-X Performance surface is also one of the few environmentally
safe material on the market, as is attested by the certificates
of harmlessness and non-pollution issued by the most
important European and North American laboratories
thickness and compliance throughout the track
shock absorption and excellent energy return.
spike-resistance, according to the European
Community for Standardization (UNI 9549 Test
slip resistant surface with high-abrasion resistance,
even under wet conditions.
quality, due to its extraordinary resistance
to aging and extreme weather conditions according
to ASTM standard D-822. Good ozone resistance
according to ASTM standard D-1142.
light refraction or glare.
simple application, easy to repair.
- Environmentally friendly.
dual durometer construction, allowing for custom
Course Walking Areas
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