Buyer's Guides

  1. Checklist For Jumping Equipment

    For an Athletics facility to be able to carry out all jumping events within athletics, the following…

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  2. What Equipment Is Required For The Triple Jump?

    Triple jump equipment is in fact exactly the same as that required for long jump,…

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  3. What Events Require Throwing Equipment?

    There are four events in Track & Field that require throwing equipment.

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  4. Helpful Advice on Buying a Table Tennis Table

    So you want to buy a table tennis table, but you are at a loss…

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  5. Which Discus To Buy?

    With eye catching colours and various weights available in our Discus range, it can be difficult to…

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  6. Which Javelin To Buy?

    Javelins are the most technical piece of Track & Field throwing equipment with 5 weights available and various…

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  7. High Jump Equipment – Key Features

    With all Athletics Equipment, the IAAF and UKA will set the minimum specifications that competition equipment…

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  8. Which High Jump Pole?

    High Jump poles more commonly known in Athletics as a high jump lath, is the bar in which…

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  9. High Jump Stands Buyer’s Guide

    With so many different models of High Jump Stands available to choose from, it can be difficult…

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  10. Which High Jump Mat To Buy?

    High jump mats, also referred to as high jump pits or landing areas in Athletics,…

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  11. Relay Baton Buyer’s Guide

    A Relay Baton sometimes referred to a track baton is one of the more simple pieces of Athletics…

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  12. Buyer’s Guide to Hammer Throws

    Almost the same as a Shot Put in its build, with the addition of a…

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