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ATT Sports, the leader in FIH certified field hockey field E-layers

ATT Sports has been called upon to install E-layers at some of the premier collegiate field hockey venues in the country. It’s not an opinion or anecdote, 30 percent of the FIH certified fields in the country have an ATT Sports-build E-layer below the turf. In addition to dozens of other E-layers installed throughout the…

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A plea; please don’t plow your track

It’s tempting, we know. You have a running track, you have snow, the logical step is to remove that snow with a plow. Unfortunately, it’s significantly more likely that you will cause damage your track than clear it for some winter workouts. The the risk of damaging the track is far too great when dragging…

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Exchanging something new

Often, we’re asked what’s new, or the latest and greatest in the world of running track surfacing. Partnering with an progressive company like Advanced Polymer Technology means there’s a lot of innovation and improvements on existing methods and products, however, a lot of advancements aren’t visible to the student athletes using the track each day….

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You love to see it

ATT Sports is a company that installs a product that can last well over a decade, and most schools have just one running track. We stand by our work and the products we choose to install, but building running tracks doesn’t come with the same constant customer-supplier relationship after the work is completed that companies…

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Danbury High School gets state-of-the-art upgrade

Danbury High School in Western Connecticut boasts a legendary track and field program and an elite running facility to match. In addition to a couple of large relays and invitationals, the school plays host to the Connecticut state track and field championships. Simply put, it’s one of the highest profile track facilities in New England….

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Polyurethane vs. other track surfaces

There are many different types of track surfacing on the market for every budget and use. Which is right for you? Throw in colors, configurations, top coatings and markings, and the possibilities are endless – if not overwhelming. Understanding the difference between a polyurethane track or Mondo or latex is crucial to understanding what your…

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Resurface or replacement?

What’s next for your track? A couple of signs to look out for The normal life cycle of a running track includes at least one resurfacing before a complete removal and replacement. Some tracks, depending on a number of factors, can be resurfaced more than once during its life as well. What determines whether or…

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Is your track compliant with new exchange zone rules?

Unless your track was installed and painted in 2019, the answer to that question is most likely “no.” But don’t fret. Your track is fine, and it can be used exactly as it sits with the current markings, it could just use an update to fully comply. The NFHS changed the exchange zone distance in…

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Penn Relays 2019

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The cure for faded lane lines

Contact ATT Sports today for a quote to restripe your track. Staying in your lane is pretty important during a track meet, but if the lines have faded over time, that task might not be as easy as you’d think. Depending on the type of surface, use and weather factors, the striping of your running…

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