Hanover, Pennsylvania - Precision Sports Surfaces has provided polyurethane to help create a six-lane, all-weather track that can be used in all seasons, according to a report in the Pennsylvania press.
A team from Precision Sports Surfaces of Charlottesville, Virginia poured buckets of liquid polyurethane on the track at the newly renovated 62-year-old Sheppard Myers stadium, before it was then coated in red rubber chips.
Work on the all-weather track that will serve the Hanover Public School District began 11 May and continued throughout the following week.
The all-weather layer on the track means that the local high school's track team will once again be able to host home competitions, after three seasons spent away from home, according to The Evening Sun.
The previous cinder track had been deemed unfit for competitions, the paper said.