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  • mt
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    Originally posted by Daisy
    http://www.conica.com/Conica/EN/References/owensstadiumdallastexasusa/

    Who built this stadium? A university, a high school, the city?

    Is it Baylor?
    The Jesse Owens complex belongs to the Dallas school district . In another post, there was mention of it lacking long jump pits. They are in the "D" area at one end of the field, not along the straightaway.

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  • lonewolf
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    I suspect you are right, Daisy. Ken Cooper plans for that complex to be a traiing center and a major magnet for BIG competitions in all sports.

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  • Daisy
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    Originally posted by lonewolf
    Dallas is the only one of those where it can be determined which seems to have no horizontal jump pits.
    Any chance they are covered by the astro turf? It would make sense if the stadium is set up for football (and it looks like it is).

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  • lonewolf
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    Originally posted by Daisy
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    Who built this stadium? A university, a high school, the city?

    Is it Baylor?
    I believe that is the new MJ track north of Dallas. I haven't seen it but Ken Cooper's clinic, currently located on Preston Road, just north of Forest Lane, in north Dallas is involved in this project and will relocate there next sometime next year.

    I looked at all the pics and was struck by the magnificent stadiums and track facilities all over the world,, except in the USA.

    One thing I noticed, the Berlin Olympic stadium is the only one with parallel, non-staggered runway into double wide pits at either end of runway.
    (BTW, I am not a fan of double wide pits.)
    Dallas is the only one of those where it can be determined which seems to have no horizontal jump pits
    The Leverken, Germany has pits I have never seen. Parallel staggered pits joined by a meter wide sand connector from the back end of one pit to the front end of the other..

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  • Daisy
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    http://www.conica.com/Conica/EN/Referen ... stexasusa/

    Who built this stadium? A university, a high school, the city?

    Is it Baylor?

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  • eldrick
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    you want to run fast, you better make your way here :

    http://www.conica.com/Conica/EN/References/kansascity/

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  • EPelle
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    Tack o²! Had been looking for just such a site!

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  • observer2
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    Stockholm

    http://www.conica.com/Conica/EN/Referen ... icstadium/

    = Laussanne, Rome and Stockholm have identical surface

    Can that fact work in Stockholms favour for the upcoming DN Galan next Tuesday? Now when the athletes are used to the Conica track from Lausanne and Rome?

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  • EPelle
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    Is there more of a breakdown? Stockholm Stadion is not listed.

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  • dkny
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    iaaf certification

    Class I requires extensive testing of the surface.

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  • EPelle
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    List of Certified Athletic Facilities updated at 1st July 2006
    http://www.iaaf.org/newsfiles/29293.pdf

    CLASS 1

    COUNTRY: Italy CITY: Rome NAME OF STADIUM: Stadio Olympico Rome SURFACING MATERIAL: Conipur M MANUFACTURER: Conica, SUI

    Does anyone know the differences between the classifications?

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  • einnod23
    started a topic Rome's surface........

    Rome's surface........

    Will we "discover" that it's as thin as Tokyo '91???????
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