The International Olympic Committee voted today to give themselves the ability to award two Olympics simultaneously, meaning that the 2024 and 2028 Games will be in Paris and Los Angeles.
A mixed 4x400m relay has been added to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo
Learn about the history of the Golden South Classic.
Former T.C. Williams (Va.) High graduate Noah Lyles became just the fourth men's athlete to run under 20 seconds before turning 20 ever
The talented California sprinter, who's out due to an injury over the next few weeks, changed course and committed to Oregon on Tuesday
The Sun Angel Classic begins tomorrow with the high school prelims, and you can watch it all live on FloTrack. Most track finals are Saturday; you can find the full schedule here. Below are the top ten athletes to watch.
Oregon hurdler and wide receiver Devon Allen announced that he signed with Nike.
Relive some of the best moments from the 2016 Big 12 Indoor Track & Field Championships.
Sydney McLaughlin Breaks High School 300m National Record In 36.82
Principe ran 4:00.97 against professionals today
Sophomore speedster ran 33.03
New HS all-conditions record for Mondo!
The husband-and-wife duo announced their retirement today
Vote next week for FloTrack American Distance Coach of the Year
Reed Brown used a perfectly timed kick to become the first Texan to win Foot Locker since 1985.
Claudia Lane outkicked Nevada Mareno for the win.
Providence College head coach also mentors Molly Huddle, the newly minted American record holder for 10K
Upset city rules the day in Terre Haute
Watch the NCAA DI XC Championships live on FloTrack this weekend
Ryan McGorty explains what it was like to be the middle brother between two fast and famous brothers.
Mikey Brannigan controlled the race from the start and won gold with a huge kick.
Check out the day three morning recap here.
Recap from Saturday night in Rio
The 19-year-old Brannigan will compete at the Paralympics in Rio this September
See why Noah Lyles is Da Real MVP!
In a dramatic lean at the finish line, Justin Gatlin won the 200m final in the second fastest time in the world this year Saturday at Hayward Field. Out of lane eight, Gatlin beat world leader LaShawn Merritt with a winning time of 19.75 seconds. After winning the 400m title earlier in the week, Merritt finished second in 19.79 and was followed by Ameer Webb who closed for third in 20.00.
Drew Hunter is turning pro with adidas.