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Proven Safety

Nie można wyeliminować kontuzji, ale można je ograniczyć

Bezpieczeństwo Twoich zawodników jest i zawsze będzie naszym priorytetem. Każdego dnia przekraczamy granice w badaniach naukowych i wprowadzaniu innowacji, aby konstruować najbardziej zaawansowane systemy sztucznej murawy w branży. Choć żaden sport nigdy nie będzie całkowicie wolny od kontuzji, wciąż znajdujemy nowe sposoby, aby ograniczać ryzyko oraz dotkliwość potencjalnych urazów. To, że koncentrujemy się na bezpieczeństwie, doprowadziło do licznych innowacji oraz ulepszeń pozwalających ograniczyć kontuzje. Dysponujemy zatem produktami i doświadczeniem, które pomogą zapewnić Twoim zawodnikom możliwie najbardziej bezpieczne warunki na boisku. Nasze starania, aby zapewnić Tobie i Twoim sportowcom jak najbardziej bezpieczne boiska, są poparte niezależnymi, wieloletnimi badaniami.

AKADEMICKA PIŁKA NOŻNA

FIELDTURF KONTRA NATURALNA TRAWA

3-letni program badań

Systemy FieldTurf pozwoliły uzyskać:

  • 13% mniej naciągniętych/naderwanych mięśni
  • 11% mniej wstrząśnień mózgu
  • 31% mniej naderwanych ścięgien
  • 24% mniej wysokich skręceń stawu skokowego
  • 21% mniej poważnych kontuzji
  • 23% mniej kontuzji na nawierzchni liczącej 4-8+ lat

Piłka nożna w szkołach średnich

FieldTurf kontra naturalna trawa

5-letni program badań

Systemy FieldTurf pozwoliły uzyskać:

  • 44% mniej wstrząśnień mózgu łącznie
  • 43% mniej uszkodzeń wiązadła krzyżowego przedniego łącznie
  • 25% mniej czasu straconego z powodu kontuzji długoterminowych (22+ dni)
  • 16% mniej czasu straconego z powodu kontuzji krótkoterminowych (1-2 dni)

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

FIELDTURF VS NATURAL GRASS & COMPETING SYSTEMS

4-year study

ACL Injury Rate per Team Games Played:

  • .048 FieldTurf
  • .050 Natural Grass
  • .053 Competing Turf Systems

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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

heavyweight infill VS other infill weight surfaces

7-year study

Systems with >9 lbs per square foot of infill compared to all other infill weight surfaces led to:

  • 19%-29% lower incidence of total injuries
  • 35%-55% lower incidence of Substantial injuries
  • 19%-26% lower incidence of severe injuries
  • 32%-47% lower incidence of player-to-turf injuries
  • 17%-22% lower incidence of Ligament Sprains and Tears
  • 58%-63% lower incidence of injuries on surfaces aged 8+ years, vs systems with 0-5.9 lbs per square foot

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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

FIELDS WITH SHOCK PADS VS FIELDS WITHOUT

7-year study

Fields without pads led to:

  • 53% less player-to-turf collision injuries
  • 39% less shoulder girdle trauma
  • 63% less lower leg injuries
  • 73% less neck trauma

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When are shock pads recommended?
There are some situations where a shock pad is highly recommend. When installing light-weight infill systems, common with alternative / natural infills like cork, coconut and/or olive, there isn’t enough material in the system to provide the necessary shock absorption. To meet the needed industry safety requirements, a shock pad is added under the system to provide the adequate performance.

Effects of Playing Surface on Physical, Physiological and Perceptual Responses

artificial vs grass

Study concluded:

  • An improved physical performance on artificial turf compared to natural grass.
  • Performance tasks incorporating greater reliance on agility and change of direction ability are more likely to be enhanced on artificial turf compared to natural grass.
  • The improved physical performance on artificial turf was accompanied by improved perceptual and some blood biochemistry (Lac, Neu and LYM) responses.

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COLLEGE men's soccer

FIELDTURF VS NATURAL GRASS

6-year study

FieldTurf systems led to:

  • 25% Fewer Total Injuries
  • 20% Fewer Severe Injuries
  • 33% Fewer Concussions
  • 15% Fewer Injuries due to player-to-surface collisions

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COLLEGE women's soccer

FIELDTURF VS NATURAL GRASS

5-year study

FieldTurf systems led to:

  • 11% Fewer Total Injuries
  • 33% Fewer Severe Injuries
  • 57% Fewer Injuries on Surfaces 8+ years old
  • 17% Fewer Injuries in Rain-Field Conditions

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Italian Major League - Soccer

Artificial Turf vs Grass

One Season of Division I Play

Study concluded: No difference in injury risk on natural grass and artificial turf in elite professional soccer athletes.

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Amateur Soccer

Artificial Turf vs Grass

Skin Abrasions Due to Sliding on Playing Surface

Study concluded: No evidence of more skin related traumatic injuries when a slide was performed on artificial turf compared to natural grass.

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MLS Soccer

Artificial Turf vs Grass

4-year study

Study concluded: The overall rate of injury on artificial turf was “noninferior” — or equivalent — to that on natural grass.

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College Men's & Women's Soccer

Artificial Turf VS Natural Grass

10-year study

Study concluded: NCAA soccer players who practice on natural grass have increased risk of ACL injury (8.67 times more likely) compared with the risk of those practicing on an artificial surface, regardless of sex or NCAA division of play. No difference in risk of ACL injury between playing surfaces was detected during matches.

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