Surfacing the Modern Track and Field Facility

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[Photo courtesy of arkansasrazorbacks.com]
[Photo courtesy of arkansasrazorbacks.com]

It’s not uncommon for the history of decades-old stadiums to include a renovation that removed their running track in the interest of increased seating and better sightlines for the venue’s primary purpose — football. The result has been an uptick in the design of self-contained track-and-field facilities. When football (and/or soccer) is out of the picture, a track’s interior is free to host field events in a manner both operationally efficient and optimal for athlete performance.

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