What Type of Sand Is Used in a Long Jump Pit?

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According to the IAAF Track and Field Facilities Manual 2008, the type of sand used for the long jump landing area is washed river sand with 0 to 2 mm graining, no organic components, maximum 5% of weight up to 0.20 mm.
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According to the IAAF Track and Field Facilities Manual 2008, the type of sand for the long jump landing area is. "Washed river sand 0 to 2mm graining, no organic components,
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