SnapSports News

SnapSports Kicks Off Spring at US Futsal Northwest Regional

April 18th, 2017
US Futsal players in action

‘Tis the season for snow melt, sunny skies, and blooming flowers. It’s also the season for US Futsal to kick into high gear. Following a successful showing at the Northeast Regional in Wildwood, New Jersey, the road to the US Futsal National Championship continued with the US Futsal Northwest Regional Championship in San Jose, California. All Read More…

SnapSports Athletic Surfaces Are In Play At The 2017 Big South National Volleyball Tournament

April 14th, 2017
Volleyball game on SnapSports 50-50 ShockTower surfacing

  The 2017 Big South National Qualifier Volleyball Tournament took place at the Georgia World Congress Center March 31st – April 2nd, with over 40 championship volleyball courts. The Big South Championships hosted over 1400 teams playing on 200,000 square feet of our multi-patented 50-50™ athletic surfacing with ShockTower® Technology.  The nation’s elite girls volleyball teams, ages Read More…

What Is Paddle Tennis?

January 6th, 2017
Danish professional tennis star Caroline Wozniacki serving it up on SnapSports tennis surfacing

The Game With Paddle Tennis quickly becoming the go-to sport for serious tennis players in the off season, I wanted to take a few minutes to explain what it is and why it is such a great game for keeping your tennis fundamentals in check. Paddle Tennis is like traditional tennis, but is played on Read More…

Why Made in the USA Matters.

September 16th, 2016
SnapSports is made in the USA

“Made in the USA” is more than a catchy slogan. It’s about supporting American jobs, factories, and the environment. For the sports flooring companies that produce their products outside of the U.S., offshoring is all about making a larger profit through the exploitation of dirt-cheap labor. It’s very rare that product quality, corrupt political systems, human Read More…

Why a Backyard Court is More Popular Than a Backyard Pool

August 23rd, 2016
Two teens playing tennis on a backyard court

What is a backyard court? Typically, it’s an area in the backyard where you have a concrete slab poured to the size of game court with a modular athletic surface on top for safer play, performance, and all-weather playability. There are several companies who manufacture and provide these surfaces, but SnapSports® Athletic Surfaces of Salt Read More…