As an avid runner and former tracklete (track athlete), I can safely say without hyperbole that I love 'Ready. Steady. Go!.' Austrian architects Sandra Janser and Elisabeth Koller have transformed a street in Graz, Austria into a red running track complete with lane numbers.
Ready. Steady. Go! took first prize in the recent Design Month Graz competition held in the city. The track itself is 750m long and is designed to draw visitors to the town.
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'Read. Steady. Go!' Turns Graz, Austria into a Runner's Paradise
- By: Michael HinesNov 27, 2010