Harmony, PA, April 14, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Penn Relays is one of the premier track events of the spring. Rekortan and Advanced Polymer Technology (APT) will be attending the event and Rekortan will be directly under the races. That’s because Rekortan is the track surface of Franklin Field, where the Penn Relays are held. Rekortan, the track “Powered by Speed” has been the track surface at the Relays since 1987, but this year the excitement is even higher due to a resurfacing of the track in the summer of 2015.
Harvey Glance knows fast tracks. A three-time Olympian and coach of the 2012 400m Olympic champion, Harvey commented on the new Rekortan surface at Franklin Field. “When you go to track and field events, one of the major components of competing and running fast is having a good surface. Rekortan is one of the leading products in the field of track and field. I can’t wait to see how the athletes perform on this track.”
Hear more from Harvey Glance in a video available on YouTube and on Rekortan’s website sportsbyapt.com/brand/rekortan/
If attending the Penn Relays, be sure to visit the Rekortan/APT tent to learn more about the track “Powered by Speed”. Also, follow APT Worldwide on Facebook, Twitter or Linkedin. Rekortan representatives will be posting from the Penn Relays.
APT Sports, a division of Advanced Polymer Technology, is the global leader in high-performance engineered sports surfaces. For more information, visit www.SportsByAPT.com
The Rekortan® Track System creates world-class polyurethane running tracks that are unmatched in quality and performance. Known since its debut in 1969 as “the fast track”, Rekortan continues a tradition of excellence, supplying the most technologically advanced running surfaces in the world, used at international, collegiate and scholastic venues. An IAAF approved product, Rekortan’s innovative design increases force reduction, resists UV degradation and provides excellent all-weather performance.