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About Us - Our History

For over 40 years, Spieth America has been one of the most trusted gymnasium and sports equipment manufacturers in North America. Our product offering is an assortment of highly specialized gymnastics apparatus and mats, preschool/developmental equipment, sport mat surfaces, volleyball, and badminton systems. Spieth America equipment can be found in gym clubs, YMCA’s, schools and various other organizations throughout North America and internationally, and at many local, national and international competitions. We support the US and Canadian Federations in order to continue developing the sport of gymnastics. Being a part of the ABEO Group enables us to continue to provide a best in class product assortment to our customers, while maintaining our commitment to excellence.

         Performance Driven 
                                      Athlete Inspired


Speith America - The Beginning...

1971

The late Murray and Dolly Anderson partnered with Spieth (Germany) to import the Original Reuther designed apparatus line to the North American market.

1974

Spieth Anderson began manufacturing the Spieth line in North America.

Late 70's

Murray became focused on elevating equipment performance standards; building equipment that would safely allow gymnasts to push the limits of athletic performance.
 
Highlights during these early years included the supply of Spieth Anderson equipment to the 1976 Olympic Games, 1980 World Cup, 1985 World Championships, Pan American Games, Commonwealth Games and many more.

The original R&D program expanded with the purchase of a Hybrid 111 biomechanically based car crash dummy for precise, scientific simulation of injury during gymnastics. Used in test situations, it responds much like a human body.*

Mid 80's

Murray became focused on elevating equipment performance standards; building equipment that would safely allow gymnasts to push the limits of athletic performance.

1996

Jeff Anderson opens the Spieth Anderson USA Sales Office and Warehouse in Ft. Worth, Texas.

2000

SA Sport ended its partnership with Spieth Holtztechnik in Germany; Murray Anderson retired as president after 29 years dedicated to the development of the sport of gymnastics in North America.

Barb Anderson assumes the role of President, and continues her father’s vision until the ABEO Group purchases the company in early 2012.

2008

Spieth Anderson trademarks the SA Sport name.  

2012

SA Sport joins the ABEO Group, who’s companies include Gymnova, O’Jump France Equipement and Entre-Prise.

2013

SA Sport becomes a FIG Partner
 

2016

SA Sport changes it name to Spieth America