Indoor Running Track Sports Flooring


Woman getting ready to run on running track flooring

When outdoor conditions are poor, many athletes turn to running indoors on a track. A Running track is the perfect training area for your customers of any age, providing them with a facility that meets all their needs in one place, and helps them stay active no matter what season it is. To ensure your facility’s running track provides a comfortable experience for visitors and lasts for years to come, it’s important to implement a running track flooring system that can resist high usage and deliver superior shock absorption.

Best Sports Flooring Products for Indoor Running Tracks

Our running track flooring products are carefully selected to offer a consistent and smooth surface texture with optimal traction and friction for the safety of runners and walkers. In addition, our floor solutions for running tracks provide exceptional shock absorption, which helps to protect joints from impact force and prevents stress on lower extremities. By integrating comfort, balance, and support, our indoor running track flooring systems will make your facility a prime destination for training sessions.

Recommended Running Track Flooring Products

Omnisports MultiFlexRunning track with MultiFlex 2 synthetic flooring in a community centre

Omnisports Multiflex is a multifunctional flooring solution designed to accommodate a variety of recreational activities such as walking and running.

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Omnisports Active+Omnisports Active+ synthetic running track flooring

Omnisports Active+ is a synthetic vinyl flooring that provides both cushioning and resistance to heavy foot traffic.

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Omnisports PurePlayOmnisports PurePlay synthetic running track flooring

Omnisports PurePlay is a vinyl flooring made to protect runner’s joints and withstand heavy traffic on a daily basis.

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PolyTurf PlusPad & Pour polyurethane running track surfacing

PolyTurf Plus is a poured polyurethane surface that is ideal for high volumes of traffic and heavy loads.

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