March 2023 Indoor Track Meet Info
Avoid the early-season mud by coming to Barton for our last indoor meet of the year!
9:00am Sunday March 12
Barton Hall, Cornell University | FLRC


Registration opening soon!

Looking for a break from the cold, wet, lonely days of winter running? Come run FLRC’s winter track meets at Cornell University’s Barton Hall, where it’s always warm and dry, and where you can test your fitness on Cornell’s state-of-the-art 200-meter rubberized track. All ages (seriously!) and abilities (really!) are welcome, and when you’re not running, you can enjoy watching some of the area’s best runners compete. Join the fun!

If you’ve never run a track meet before, check out our First-Timers FAQs for Track Meets.


March’s events will be run in this order, with each event’s heats running slow to fast (times are estimates from a previous year; we’ll notify registrants of this year’s estimates the night before the meet):

  • 3000m (~1 heat, 30 minutes per heat)
  • 60m (~10 heats, 3 minutes per heat)
  • 1 mile (~6 heats, 10 minutes per heat)
  • 200m (~13 heats, 3 minutes per heat)
  • 4x200m relay (sign up on a relay card at the meet)


Use a mapping service or GPS to find Barton Hall at Cornell University. Free parking is available in the Crescent lot at Schoellkopf Field, the parking garage across from Teagle Hall, and adjacent lots as noted on signs.


Bib pickup opens at 8:00 AM. All runners in the first event should have picked up their bibs by 8:45 AM. If you’re running only a late event, you may pick up your bib during the meet, but please check in at least 45 minutes before your heat.

The first event starts at 9:00 AM. Meets generally go until 1:00–2:00 PM.


Online registration is required and is open until 6:00 PM the day before the meet.

If you have trouble registering, email meet director Adam Engst with your name, age, and event seed times before 6:00 PM the day before the meet.

We’re still getting used to MileSplit, but here are some tips to get started:

  • Look for the green Register Online Now button in the upper-right corner.
  • Individuals should read/watch How do I enter an individual in a meet?
  • Club coaches should read/watch How do I enter my team into a meet?
  • If you need help, contact MileSplit support at
  • All individuals register as Unattached; teams are only for clubs or schools attending as a group. (In other words, don’t try to register as FLRC or High Noon.)
  • Families should register as individuals; please do not create a team for your family.
  • Parents can add multiple kids to their account, rather than creating separate accounts.
  • MileSplit is school-focused, so just go with the request for your high school year when creating an athlete, even if it’s a long time ago.
  • Choose a division based on what you’ll be paying: Non-FLRC Member if you aren’t a club member, FLRC Member if you are, and Financial Aid if a fee would prevent you from participating. The gender of the division doesn’t matter because we combine everything.
  • When entering seed (projected finish) times, don’t worry about entering the Meet Name where you theoretically ran the seed time.
  • You can always log in again to change your seed times or events.

If you have any questions, feel free to email MileSplit support and Cc Adam Engst.


Fees for 2023 are:

  • Non-FLRC member: $10 (save money if you join the club)
  • FLRC member: $5 (thanks for supporting running in the area)
  • Financial Aid: $0 (we don’t want anyone skipping the meet due to cost)
  • Team or Club: $2 per runner (this is for schools and clubs, not families))


  • Spikes are allowed, but please use only pin spikes.
  • Registration for relays is available only at the meet; fill out and submit a relay card at the registration table.
  • Please predict realistic finish times when registering so we can seed you in an appropriate heat.
  • Events run in the order listed, with seeded heats running slow to fast. The number of heats and estimated start times will be emailed to registrants the night before.
  • Timing is done by hand, with a Time Machine, not a camera-based fully automatic timing (FAT) system.
  • The meets are not USATF-sanctioned, so performances cannot be used as World Championship or Olympic qualifiers.
  • For remaining questions, or to register manually if you can’t use MileSplit for some reason, contact meet director Adam Engst and provide name, sex, age, events, and seed times.