Historically, FLRC track meets have had just a handful of individual running events, though we added some jumps and throws this year. With Trackapalooza, we wanted to offer a full slate of events so everyone could run the distances they prefer. To aid in that, we retained TAJ Timing to provide an FAT system that would capture times to the hundredth of a second to ensure accuracy, particularly in the sprints, where hand timing isn’t always ideal. Scroll down below the recap for full results, and don’t miss the fabulous race photos from Jamie Love.
Overall, we had 138 athletes compete in 307 events, and 6 teams showed up, including Auburn, the Groton Project Track Club, the GIAC Navigators, the Ithaca Youth Bureau, Just Blaze Track Club, and Watkins Glen.
We kicked the meet off with the 5000m, often a somewhat sleepy race. However, an Auburn team took it out hard, with Austin Ferrin (16:07) holding off teammate Owen Gasper (16:10) for the win. Kyleen Brady of Auburn took the win for the women, outpacing teammate Mary Alice Pineau, 18:54 to 19:40.
Moving from long to short, we switched to the 100m next, the most popular event of the day, with 66 finishers. Justin Hargraves took advantage of the FAT to lay down a commanding win in 10.93 seconds, with Kyren Young second in 11.73. Mihaela Toader was the fastest woman in 12.55, with the Groton Project’s Mattison Lucey second in 13.14.
Also popular was the 400m, where Gavin Hickey of Auburn bested the field in 54.79, with the Groton Project’s Ross Bush second in 56.67. Julaina Coleman of the Just Blaze Track Club from Buffalo led for the women in 73.81, beating Tabitha Oakes, who crossed in 79.24.
Normally one of our largest events, the mile warranted only two heats. 51-year-old Scott Weeks, coach of the Groton Project, won handily in 4:52 while running alone. Isaac Hendrickson of Watkins Glen came through next in 5:19. 41 -year-old Liz Hartman set a new PR with a win for the women in a speedy 5:44, cruising in ahead of second-place Shannon Oakes, who finished in 6:22.
Next up was the happy chaos of the 4x200m relay, where an unattached team sped to victory in 1:43.41, the second-fastest relay time in an FLRC meet this year (behind an Ithaca High School team that ran 1:42 indoors in January). The Groton Project’s A team was second in 1:47.53, and Auburn came in third under 2 minutes with a 1:58.47.
Switching back to individual sprints with the 200m, Auburn’s Payton Hickey joined his brother with a podium place, winning in 23.93 seconds, just a hair in front of Kyren Young in 24.06 and Logan Manor in 24.07. Mihaela Toader took a break from her med school studies (seriously) for the 200m and took home her second win of the day in 25.72, ahead of second-place Julaina Coleman of Just Blaze in 30.83.
The 800m provided an exciting finish with Charles McCurdy of Trumansburg just beating Carter Naginey of the Groton Project to the line, 2:07.99 to 2:08.37. The only woman in the race was 7-year-old Nadiia Urazgildiieva, who came through in 3:57.42.
Not many people signed up for the 400m hurdles, but they were tremendously fun to watch. In the men’s race, with 36-inch hurdles, Aidan Tierney just held off hard-charging Mik Kern for the win, 1:10.89 to 1:11.21. Then, in the women’s heat, with 30-inch hurdles, Mattison Lucey of the Groton Project ran an impressive 1:12.64, outpacing second-place Julia Hubbard’s 1:14.64. But the crowd favorite was tiny 9-year-old Lauren Belcher, who was running every other hurdle and had shorter training hurdles to match her size—she looked great flying over the training hurdles to finish in 1:47.02.
As the meet wound down, Liz Hartman dominated the 3000m, running another PR for the overall win in 11:36. 14-year-old Madigan White was second in 15:10.
In the final running event of the day, three Auburn teams and a Groton Project team lined up for the 4x400m relay. Auburn’s A team held off the Groton Project, 3:44.20 to 3:45.38, with the remaining Auburn teams coming through in 4:14.36 and 4:17.32.
The most popular of the field events was the long jump, with 48 athletes scoring. The longest jump of the day went to Jonathan McNamara, who cleared 21 feet 0.75 inches, well beyond Joseph McDonald Jr.’s second-place jump of 20-04.25. For the women, Lisi Hubbard jumped 15-06.50 to place first, followed by Julia Hubbard at 13-06.75.
The hop-skip-and-jump triple jump attracted only experienced jumpers, with Justin Hargraves clearing 44-02.00 for the win, with Dafydd Williams placing second with a 38-11.00 jump. Julia Hubbard claimed her first-place spot with a jump of 31-10.00.
In the discus throw, Ryan Olesky threw a whopping 151-00.25, with Zach Elliott second with a throw of 142-01.50. The only woman competing was the Groton Project’s Janice Carter, who threw 109-04.50.
Zach Elliott took his revenge in the shot put, heaving the shot 44-11.50 to surpass Ryan Oleksy’s 39-02.00. Janice Carter proved she wasn’t worried about competition, throwing 23-11.50 to best Groton Project teammate Jennifer Jones, who threw 23-06.50.
In our soft-tipped javelin competition, 13-year-old Locke Apker of the Ithaca Youth Bureau threw 66-01 for the win, followed by Wesley Millspaugh, who threw 56-08 for second. 14-year-old Paceyn O’Grady Specht took the crown for the women with a throw of 38-01, besting 10-year-old teammate Natalie Blackmur’s throw of 24-06.
All these events required a lot of help. Huge thanks to Tonya Engst for spending many hours the day before preparing for the meet and then coordinating bib pickup and clothing sales, ably staffed by Julie Barclay and Molly Doruska. Gary McCheyne was also a huge help in renting a van and bringing FLRC tents, tables, sound system, and water to the meet. Kudos to Rich Bernstein, Patrick Boyle, Dave Kania, and Jesse Koenecke for managing the heats as smoothly as possible with early help from Laura Helmerick and late help from Katie Gannon. Former FLRC president Tom Rishel reprised his traditional role of starter in the hot sun. Sarah Giesy counted laps for the longer races, and Alan Lockett recorded bibs as needed. Shane Eversfield, Ruth Sproul, and Bob Swizdor helped with the jumps, which were ably run by Brett Shelton of the SOAR Running Club. SOAR’s Steve Wagner also helped coordinate the jumps and the TurboJav, and the Groton Project’s Scott Weeks brought extra hurdles and Groton Project volunteers to manage the throws. Thanks to everyone!
Finally, special thanks to:
- Ithaca High School for making the track available
- TAJ Timing for the FAT results
- Ithaca XC Boosters, who provided concessions, including fresh-squeezed lemonade
- Jamie Love for taking hundreds of race photos
- Sean Nicholson and Joe Daley for sponsoring the race
Trackapalooza is our final track meet for 2023, but we hope to see you indoors in 2024! But we still have a few Trackapalooza racing singlets left—order online soon!
|6||Dylan Sedorus||M||Groton Project TC||12.16|
|7||Tristin Weeks||M||Groton Project TC||12.20|
|12||Drew Bush||M||Groton Project TC||12.89|
|13||Mattison Lucey||W||Groton Project TC||13.14|
|14||Jaevon Coleman||M||Just Blaze TC||13.34|
|16||Julaina Coleman||W||Just Blaze TC||14.70|
|18||Locke Apker||M13||Ithaca Youth Bureau||15.68|
|19||Madelyn Weeks||W||Groton Project TC||15.80|
|22||Gary Bush||M||Groton Project TC||16.17|
|22||Luke McCormick||M||Groton Project TC||16.17|
|24||Jerome Baptist||M10||Giac Navigators||16.73|
|25||Theodore Weeks||M||Groton Project TC||16.78|
|26||Gabriela Kulagowska||W11||Ithaca Youth Bureau||17.11|
|27||Tanner Mott||M||Groton Project TC||17.16|
|28||Raheem Spears||M10||Giac Navigators||17.27|
|30||Jevic Morais||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||17.54|
|31||Ava Latham||W11||Ithaca Youth Bureau||17.75|
|32||Jerod Baptist||M10||Giac Navigators||17.80|
|33||Alayna Kemp||M||Groton Project TC||17.93|
|34||David Tsyrennikov||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||18.01|
|35||Muna Scher||W8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||18.28|
|36||Johnny Lucena||M9||Giac Navigators||18.29|
|36||Lauren Belcher||W||Groton Project TC||18.29|
|38||Danylo Tsyrennikov||M6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||18.73|
|39||Carter LeShore||M10||Giac Navigators||18.75|
|40||Yekaterina Mugamb-Loanide||W8||Giac Navigators||18.83|
|41||Natalie Finio||W7||Ithaca Youth Bureau||19.26|
|42||Natalie Blackmur||W10||Ithaca Youth Bureau||19.31|
|44||Arianna Gaynor||W||Groton Project TC||19.54|
|45||Braylee Reynolds||W||Groton Project TC||20.18|
|46||Mason Vanetten||M||Groton Project TC||20.29|
|47||Walter Waring||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||20.48|
|48||Joaquin Baptist||M7||Giac Navigators||20.51|
|49||Xavier Campbell||M9||Giac Navigators||20.52|
|50||Jocelyn Baptist||W7||Giac Navigators||20.54|
|51||Zamara Butler||W8||Giac Navigators||20.69|
|54||Oliver Moll||M||Groton Project TC||21.16|
|55||Amari Morrone||W8||Giac Navigators||21.28|
|55||Archer Loomis||M6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||21.73|
|56||Oliver Clune||M7||Ithaca Youth Bureau||21.77|
|57||Anthony Weeks||M||Groton Project TC||22.20|
|58||Johnny Kryst||M8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||22.60|
|59||Nikola Vosloo||W8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||22.70|
|61||Kingsley Thomas||M5||Ithaca Youth Bureau||24.07|
|62||Aria Latham||W6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||25.64|
|63||Colton Barrows||M||Groton Project TC||27.30|
|64||Vera Kryst||W5||Ithaca Youth Bureau||30.30|
|65||journey baptist||W5||Giac Navigators||36.36|
|4||Joseph McDonald Jr.||M||Unattached||24.59|
|6||Tristin Weeks||M||Groton Project TC||25.21|
|9||Jaevon Coleman||M||Just Blaze TC||28.02|
|11||Julaina Coleman||W||Just Blaze TC||30.83|
|13||Jacob Jandrokovic||M||Groton Project TC||33.24|
|15||Kholton Reynolds||M||Groton Project TC||35.57|
|16||Madelyn Weeks||W||Groton Project TC||36.11|
|17||Gabriela Kulagowska||W11||Ithaca Youth Bureau||36.93|
|18||Jevic Morais||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||37.92|
|20||Jerome Baptist||M10||Giac Navigators||39.30|
|21||Raheem Spears||M10||Giac Navigators||39.95|
|22||Alison Belcher||W||Groton Project TC||40.35|
|23||Ava Latham||W11||Ithaca Youth Bureau||41.42|
|25||Carter LeShore||M10||Giac Navigators||42.47|
|26||Natalie Finio||W7||Ithaca Youth Bureau||42.59|
|27||Brady Baker||M10||Ithaca Youth Bureau||42.95|
|28||Johnny Lucena||M9||Giac Navigators||43.54|
|29||Lauren Belcher||W||Groton Project TC||44.08|
|30||Yekaterina Mugamb-Loanide||W8||Giac Navigators||44.24|
|31||Walter Waring||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||44.65|
|32||Joaquin Baptist||M7||Giac Navigators||45.00|
|33||Muna Scher||W8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||45.76|
|34||Jerod Baptist||M10||Giac Navigators||46.14|
|35||David Tsyrennikov||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||46.81|
|36||Connor Baker||M7||Ithaca Youth Bureau||47.04|
|37||Mayara Beck||W10||Ithaca Youth Bureau||47.11|
|38||Xavier Campbell||M9||Giac Navigators||48.72|
|39||Johnny Kryst||M8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||50.20|
|40||Oliver Moll||M||Groton Project TC||52.84|
|41||Kingsley Thomas||M5||Ithaca Youth Bureau||53.06|
|42||Zamara Butler||W8||Giac Navigators||54.11|
|43||Jocelyn Baptist||W7||Giac Navigators||54.43|
|44||journey baptist||W5||Giac Navigators||58.73|
|45||Aria Latham||W6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:04.20|
|46||Matilda Thrash||W5||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:08.53|
|47||Vera Kryst||W5||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:16.90|
|2||Ross Bush||M||Groton Project TC||56.67|
|5||Dylan Sedorus||M||Groton Project TC||59.24|
|7||Jaevon Coleman||M||Just Blaze TC||1:05.54|
|9||Julaina Coleman||W||Just Blaze TC||1:13.81|
|10||Locke Apker||M13||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:15.11|
|13||Theo Cooper||M11||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:21.97|
|14||Annaliese Granroth||W11||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:24.58|
|15||Nora Golden||W12||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:25.15|
|16||David Tsyrennikov||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:26.31|
|17||Carter LeShore||M10||Giac Navigators||1:31.50|
|18||Jevic Morais||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:33.10|
|19||Danylo Tsyrennikov||M6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:35.66|
|20||Jerome Baptist||M10||Giac Navigators||1:35.73|
|21||Raheem Spears||M10||Giac Navigators||1:37.31|
|22||Ava Latham||W11||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:37.37|
|23||journey baptist||W5||Giac Navigators||1:37.72|
|24||Muna Scher||W8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:40.41|
|25||Oliver Clune||M7||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:42.24|
|26||Jerod Baptist||M10||Giac Navigators||1:44.60|
|27||Natalie Blackmur||W10||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:45.69|
|28||Joaquin Baptist||M7||Giac Navigators||1:48.03|
|29||Mayara Beck||W10||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:49.28|
|30||Kingsley Thomas||M5||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:54.18|
|31||Archer Loomis||M6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||1:56.70|
|32||Johnny Lucena||M9||Giac Navigators||2:03.67|
|33||Aria Latham||W6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||2:12.75|
|34||Yekaterina Mugamb-Loanide||W8||Giac Navigators||2:15.67|
|36||Xavier Campbell||M9||Giac Navigators||2:23.78|
|37||Zamara Butler||W8||Giac Navigators||2:31.18|
|38||Jocelyn Baptist||W7||Giac Navigators||2:42.46|
|3||Mattison Lucey||W||Groton Project TC||1:12.64|
|5||Paceyn O'Grady Specht||W14||Unattached||1:28.78|
|7||Lauren Belcher||W||Groton Project TC||1:47.02|
|2||Carter Naginey||M||Groton Project TC||2:08.37|
|4||Ross Bush||M||Groton Project TC||2:16.55|
|8||Andrew Saam||M||Groton Project TC||3:00.19|
|9||Theodore Weeks||M||Groton Project TC||3:03.88|
|10||Bryan Gorges||M||Groton Project TC||3:06.47|
|11||Adam Tomei||M8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||3:30.16|
|12||David Tsyrennikov||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||3:41.09|
|13||Walter Waring||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||3:44.73|
|1||Scott Weeks||M||Groton Project TC||4:52.26|
|2||Isaac Hendrickson||M14||Watkins Glen||5:19.61|
|6||Keith Eggleston||M||Groton Project TC||5:57.74|
|8||Theo Cooper||M11||Ithaca Youth Bureau||6:27.21|
|9||Madison Tuttle||W15||Watkins Glen||6:39.23|
|15||Bryan Gorges||M||Groton Project TC||7:01.26|
|16||David Tsyrennikov||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||7:04.26|
|17||Adam Tomei||M8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||7:18.47|
|18||Annaliese Granroth||W11||Ithaca Youth Bureau||8:27.77|
|19||Oliver Clune||M7||Ithaca Youth Bureau||8:30.29|
|3||Alison Belcher||W||Groton Project TC||15:43.14|
|12||Mary Alice Pineau||W||Auburn||19:40.72|
|14||Karen Simmonds Brady||W||Unattached||20:03.90|
|17||Nicole Belcher||W||Groton Project TC||29:41.65|
|2||Joseph McDonald Jr.||M||Unattached||20-04.25|
|5||Ross Bush||M||Groton Project TC||18-04.50|
|8||Drew Bush||M||Groton Project TC||15-09.00|
|12||Nora Golden||W12||Ithaca Youth Bureau||13-00.00|
|12||Locke Apker||M13||Ithaca Youth Bureau||13-00.00|
|15||Kholton Reynolds||M||Groton Project TC||12-00.50|
|16||Muna Scher||W8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||11-06.00|
|17||Luke McCormick||M||Groton Project TC||11-03.00|
|18||Julaina Coleman||W||Just Blaze TC||11-02.75|
|19||Madelyn Weeks||W||Groton Project TC||10-10.25|
|20||Jacob Jandrokovic||M||Groton Project TC||10-09.00|
|20||Alayna Kemp||M||Groton Project TC||10-09.00|
|22||Jerome Baptist||M10||Giac Navigators||10-08.75|
|23||Raheem Spears||M10||Giac Navigators||10-04.50|
|24||Theodore Weeks||M||Groton Project TC||10-00.25|
|25||Jerod Baptist||M10||Giac Navigators||9-07.25|
|26||Tanner Mott||M||Groton Project TC||9-07.00|
|27||Danylo Tsyrennikov||M6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||9-04.00|
|28||Jevic Morais||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||9-00.00|
|29||Brady Baker||M10||Ithaca Youth Bureau||8-11.00|
|30||Carter LeShore||M10||Giac Navigators||8-10.25|
|31||Natalie Blackmur||W10||Ithaca Youth Bureau||8-10.00|
|31||Yekaterina Mugamb-Loanide||W8||Giac Navigators||8-10.00|
|33||Natalie Finio||W7||Ithaca Youth Bureau||8-09.50|
|34||Xavier Campbell||M9||Giac Navigators||8-07.00|
|35||Archer Loomis||M6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||8-06.50|
|36||Johnny Lucena||M9||Giac Navigators||8-02.25|
|37||Joaquin Baptist||M7||Giac Navigators||8-00.50|
|38||Nikola Vosloo||W8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||7-05.00|
|39||Zamara Butler||W8||Giac Navigators||7-01.00|
|40||Kingsley Thomas||M5||Ithaca Youth Bureau||7-00.00|
|41||Jocelyn Baptist||W7||Giac Navigators||6-11.00|
|43||Anthony Weeks||M||Groton Project TC||6-06.00|
|45||Connor Baker||M7||Ithaca Youth Bureau||6-03.00|
|46||journey baptist||W5||Giac Navigators||4-10.50|
|47||Colton Barrows||M||Groton Project TC||3-03.00|
|4||Tom Pinkowski||M||Groton Project TC||36-07.50|
|4||Janice Carter||W||Groton Project TC||109-04.50|
|5||David Shea||M||Groton Project TC||92-01.50|
|3||Sean Shea||M||Groton Project TC||34-00.00|
|4||David Shea||M||Groton Project TC||33-00.25|
|6||Janice Carter||W||Groton Project TC||23-11.50|
|7||Jennifer Jones||W||Groton Project TC||23-06.50|
|8||Brian Belcher||M||Groton Project TC||20-09.50|
|9||Landon Dryja||M||Groton Project TC||18-05.75|
|11||Braylee Reynolds||W||Groton Project TC||17-03.00|
|12||Arianna Gaynor||W||Groton Project TC||15-10.75|
|13||Mason Vanetten||M||Groton Project TC||14-09.25|
|14||Walter Waring||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||14-07.50|
|15||Brady Baker||M10||Ithaca Youth Bureau||12-03.00|
|16||Natalie Blackmur||W10||Ithaca Youth Bureau||12-01.50|
|17||Oliver Moll||M||Groton Project TC||11-11.50|
|18||Archer Loomis||M6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||9-04.50|
|19||Danylo Tsyrennikov||M6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||8-04.00|
|20||Connor Baker||M7||Ithaca Youth Bureau||8-01.00|
|21||Liesl Moll||W||Groton Project TC||8-00.25|
|22||Nikola Vosloo||W8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||5-10.00|
|23||Matilda Thrash||W5||Ithaca Youth Bureau||4-07.00|
|1||Locke Apker||M13||Ithaca Youth Bureau||66-01|
|3||Luke McCormick||M||Groton Project TC||54-00|
|7||Paceyn O'Grady Specht||W14||Unattached||38-01|
|8||Walter Waring||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||35-05|
|9||Mason Vanetten||M||Groton Project TC||34-01|
|10||Jevic Morais||M9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||32-06|
|11||Natalie Blackmur||W10||Ithaca Youth Bureau||24-06|
|2||Groton Project TC||Morris||1:47.53|
|4||Groton Project TC||Weeks||2:36.11|
|5||Groton Project TC||2:41.65|
|6||Ithaca Youth Bureau||Schiller||2:41.92|
|7||Groton Project TC||Belcher||2:48.19|
|8||Ithaca Youth Bureau||Vosloo||3:15.62|
|9||Ithaca Youth Bureau||Tsyrennikov||3:33.09|
|2||Groton Project TC||Sedorus||3:45.38|
Enjoy outdoor track and field at its best in this full-day extravaganza of racing, jumping, and throwing. All ages and abilities are welcome—youth, adults, and elites. Racing heats will be seeded by time. For the first time, FLRC will have fully automatic timing for the meet, ensuring results that are accurate to at least hundredths of seconds. Trackapalooza is sanctioned by USATF.
For those signed up for the meet, read our FAQ!
Want to look as fast as you feel? Order a custom Trackapalooza racing singlet online for just $20 and pick it up at the meet. Quantities are extremely limited, so order soon!
If you’ve never run track before, check out our First-Timers FAQs for Track Meets.
We anticipate the following schedule, with heats running slow to fast, but it’s a plan, not a promise. Make sure to listen to announcements and check in with plenty of time. If you miss your heat, you won’t be able to run in another heat.
- 5000m (1 heat, 9:00-9:30 am)
- 100m (11 heats, 9:30–9:50 am)
- 400m (7 heats, 9:50–10:20 am)
- 1 Mile Run (2 heats, 10:20–10:40 am)
- 4x200m relay (~2 heats, 10:40–11:00 am)
- 200m (9 heats, 11:00–11:30 am)
- 800m (2 heats, 11:30–11:45 am)
- 400m hurdles (3 heats, 11:45–12:00 pm)
- 3000m (1 heat, 12:00–12:20 pm)
- 4x400m relay (~2 heats, 12:20–12:40 pm)
- Long jump, triple jump, shot put, discus, and TurboJav take place throughout
Thanks to the SOAR Running Club, and the Groton Project for help with the field events and hurdles!
The meet takes place at the Ithaca High School track, 1401 N Cayuga St, Ithaca, NY 14850. There is ample free parking.
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.
Online registration is required and is open until Thursday, July 20 at 6 PM (two days before the meet). There is no day-of-meet registration or heat changes after that because of the fully automatic timing system.
We recommend that you read our quick-and-dirty documentation for MileSplit—it will save you some confusion. Here are a few tips to get you 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 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, but you can ignore the High School and College fields when creating athletes.
- 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, leave the Meet Name field blank.
- You can always log in again to change your seed times or events.
Fees for Trackapalooza are:
- Non-FLRC member: $20 (save money if you join the club)
- FLRC member: $15 (thanks for supporting running in the area)
- Financial Aid: $0 (we don’t want anyone skipping the meet due to cost)
- Team or Club: $5 per runner (this is for schools and clubs, not families))
- Registration for relays is available only at the meet; fill out and submit a relay registration card at the desk.
- 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 run slow to fast. The number of heats and times will be announced.
- Timing will be done with a camera-based FAT system.
- Spikes are fine, and if you choose to wear spikes, pyramid spikes are recommended.
- The meet will be USATF-sanctioned, so performances could 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.