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The new Ghelamco Arena in Gent, home to football team KAA Gen, opened in a blaze of glory, thanks to Philips Lighting. The sta- dium boasts a media facade on all four sides and an exterior architectural lighting scheme supplied by Philips Lighting. The facade is built from around nine kilo- metres (fi ve miles) of Philips CK iColor Flex LMX – fl exible strands of intense colour changing LED pixels, placed in vertical lines


all around the building. Sixty-four Philips CK eW Graze Powercore LED strips are incorporated into the design. All of these lighting fi xtures have been pixel mapped to allow video content to be run through them, as well as onto the media facade, allowing lighting to be matched to the current video content on display, producing various colour glows and other subtle but sympathetic effects.


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Tough but soft Wall Ball is added to Physical's range


Physical Company has added the Wall Ball to its range of functional kit. Larger than an average medicine ball, the Wall Ball is just as tough but slightly softer, making it perfect for throwing and catching-based exercises. Wall Balls are most commonly used in the CrossFit exercise known as ‘Karen’ – a squat-throw and catch combina- tion performed continuously. Operators can now bring the essence of CrossFit to the gym fl oor and enhance the functional train- ing experience for members, with the balls available in 10 sizes, from 1kg–10kg.


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The wooden fl ooring at the Rotunda Boxing Academy in Liverpool has been restored with Granwax products. Heavy and consistent use had caused the fl oor at the Rotunda to become worn and uneven. Traditional Flooring UK used Granwax products to restore the fl oors, applying Granguard, a specialist fi nish for use in areas of heavy use, and completing court markings using Granpaint lining paint.


Sport come rain or shine


Collinson has installed a MugaCova to improve the sports facilities for pupils of SFX College in Liverpool, UK. The MugaCova – a multi use games area – can host a variety of sports whatever the weather. It consists of a steel-framed superstructure protected by a tensile membrane on the roof only, leaving the sides uncovered for shelter- ing outdoor games areas such as tennis or basketball courts. At 32m by 21m, two classes can use the facility simulta- neously by using the dividing wall.


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