Tuesday, August 16, 2022

World hockey challenges industry on waterless turf

World hockey’s vision on playing on pitches without the need to water remains a priority despite the pandemic.

In 2018, the FIH challenged the synthetic turf industry to develop surfaces that play the way the sport wants without using watering.

It followed the FIH Congress, where it was confirmed that water-based surfaces will be replaced for the Paris 2024 Olympics, if not earlier.

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