MONDO, the world market leader in sports flooring, produces flooring for nearly every kind of sport. MONDO artificial turf is installed on 1,100 running tracks and 800 fields all over the world. As the official supplier of athletics surfaces for the last 11 Olympics, MONDO has also provided Mondotrack WS athletics surfaces and equipment for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo. MONDO is an official supplier and the official sponsor of more than 100 sports federations and associations.


MONDO works closely with professional athletes and international universities to determine the perfect characteristics of track surfaces used in top level competitions. Through this collaboration, MONDO transformed the specific needs of athletes into new technologies and applied them to the MONDOTRACK WS surface used at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics to further improve its products for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.


“MONDO does its utmost to ensure that athletes can improve their performance – not only because we want to provide the best conditions for their performance, but also to help them set new records during one of the largest and most exciting competitions in the world,” says Maurizio Stroppiana, Managing Director for MONDO S.p.A.

We should note that according to the statistics of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), more than 280 world records were set on MONDO tracks. In other words, 70% of all records currently recognized by the IAAF were set on MONDO tracks.


The Summer Olympics in Tokyo, with 151 national records set, were no exception.
All these records were set on MONDO sports surfaces and equipment.

3 World Records:

Yulimar Rojas (Venezuela) Women’s triple jump 15.67m
Karsten Warholm (Norway) 400 m hurdles Men 45.94
Sydney McLaughlin (USA) 400m hurdles Women 51.47


3 Junior World Records:

Christine Mboma (Namibia)

12 Olympic records:

Running, 4x400m, Poland
Elaine Thompson-Herah, 100m sprint, Jamaica
Jasmine Camacho-Quinn, 100m hurdles, USA
Yulimar Rojas, Venezuela
Karsten Warholm, Norway
Damian Warner, Canada
Ryan Crouser , USA
Abel Kipsang, Kenya
Faith Kipyegon, Kenya
Jakob Ingebrigtsen, Norway


World Champions - 28:

Lasitskene, Russia
Rojas, Venezuela
Warholm, Norway
Team Poland (twice),
Thompson-Herah (twice),
Gong (shot put),
Mu (800m running),
Barshim, Tamberi (high jump),
de Grasse (200m running, twice),
women’s 4x100m running by the UK women’s team,
Jamaica men’s 4x100m running,
USA Women’s 4x400m,
Gardiner, Bahamas,
Thiam, Belgium,
Warner, Canada,
USA men’s 4x400m run,
Miller-Uibo, Bahamas,
4x100m, Jamaica women,
4x100m, Italy men,
4x400m, USA Men+Women


28 regional records:

Europe – 7
Africa – 6
South America – 5
Oceania – 5
Asia – 2

Magnum has been the exclusive representative of MONDO products in Russia for over 20 years.