Taishan Sports United States | Making history
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Making history


Taishan Sports is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of sporting goods. Its numerous products include competition mats for judo, tae kwon do, and other martial arts, as well as wrestling and combat athletics, equipment for competitive sports such as gymnastics, track and field, boxing, and weightlifting, and other fitness equipment.




Taishan has not only supplied equipment for communities and schools, but Taishan has also supplied for the Olympic Games, the Youth Olympic Games, the Asian Games, the Universiade, and many other international sporting events. During the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, Taishan provided more than ten thousand pieces of equipment, in more than 200 varieties, thus becoming one of the largest suppliers in the history of the Olympics.


What We Have Achieved

Since Our First Gymnastics Mats in 1978…

  • 1978 Founded

    Taishan Sports Industry Group was founded

  • 1989 Pan Pacific

    Taishan judo mats used in 6th Pan Pacific Games.

  • 1990 Asian Games

    Taishan supplied Beijing Asian Games

  • 2004 Greece

    Supplied Boxing Equipment for the Game in Greece.

  • 2008 Beijing

    Taishan Group is the Official Supplier of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.

  • 2010 Asian Games

    Taishan supplied the 16th Guangzhou Asian Games.

  • 2011 Summer Universiade

    Taishan supplied the 26th Shenzhen Summer Universiade.

  • 2014 Youth Olympic

    Taishan supplied Incheon Asian Games and Nanjing Youth Olympic Games.

  • 2015 World Taekwondo & IAAF

    Taishan supplied World Taekwondo Championships Chelyabinsk and IAAF World Championships Beijing.

  • 2016 Brazil

    Taishan supplied the racing bike for the game in Brazil