How to Sign Up for Flotrack Pro

How to Sign Up for Flotrack Pro

Signing up for a Flotrack Pro subscription is simple.  Please follow the succeeding directions step-by-step to become the newest member of the most valuable track and field premium resource on the web.  

Steps

1. From the Flotrack homepage, place your cursor over "Flotrack Pro" on the navigation bar.  A dropdown will appear showing "Techniques, Driven, Flotrack Pro Live Schedule."

2. Click "Flotrack Pro" & you will be taken to the sign up page: www.flotrack.org/premiumvideos/signup

3. Place cursor in grey "Sign Up Today" box and input a unique username, a password you can easily remember and an email address that you check regularly into the white boxes that list required fields above them.  

4. After filling out each white box, click the green button labeled "Sign Up" & you will be taken to the pay page: www.flotrack.org/premiumvideos/pay

5. Decide whether you would like to subscribe to a monthly or yearly payment plan.  Both plans will give you access to the exact same content.  

6. Place your cursor inside of the black rectangular outline for the plan you would like to select and click on the grey circle located beside pricing point.

7. Input your credit card information into the required fields.  These fields are listed above each white box on the right side of the page.  

8. Place your cursor on the green button labeled "Submit" and you will be taken to Flotrack Pro's thank you page.

9. Congratulations!  You just signed up for Flotrack Pro!  



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Brian Herron Plans To Skip HS Outdoor Season And Run Unattached

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Brian Herron is quickly becoming one of the nation's top sprint talents, but he may soon join a very rare list of athletes with great potential who never won a state championship. 

Christian Coleman, Natoya Goule Highlight Professional Weekend

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Last Friday, Christian Coleman jump-started the professional indoor season with his 6.37 performance in the 60m. While there’s still uncertainty about whether or not the time will be ratified as an American and world record — there are different requirements for each — it signals that Coleman’s 2017 wasn’t an aberration. 

Norway's Sondre Nordstad Moen To Race Napoli Half Marathon

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Sondre Nordstad Moen will begin his 2018 racing season in the Napoli City Half Marathon (February 4th) after a sensational final few months in 2017.  In September he began with a personal best 27:55 for 10K in the Birell Prague Grand Prix and concluded with a December victory in the prestigious Fukuoka Marathon in a European Record 2:05:48.  In the interim he improved to number three on the European half marathon list with 59:48, in Valencia.

Matthew Centrowitz Moving To D.C., Still With Nike Oregon Project

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Matthew Centrowitz announced on Instagram that he is still with the Nike Oregon Project, but has relocated back to the Washington, D.C. area. The 2016 Olympic champion in the 1500m attended Broadneck High School in Annapolis, Maryland. Upon graduation, he attended the University of Oregon and remained in Oregon for his professional career. 

All The Best Things That Happened In The NCAA This Weekend

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Three collegiate records highlighted NCAA action this weekend, as UTEP sophomore Michael Saruni, Texas Tech junior Vincent Crisp, and Georgia senior Keturah Orji set standards in their respective events.

Keturah Orji Breaks American, Collegiate Indoor Record For Triple Jump

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Georgia's Keturah Orji broke her own American and NCAA indoor records in the triple jump on Saturday with a leap of 14.53m/47-8 at the Clemson Invitational.

Katelyn Tuohy Shatters Mary Cain's National High School Record For 5K

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North Rockland High School, New York, sophomore Katelyn Tuohy ran the fastest 5K ever for a high school girl — indoors or outdoors — today with her winning time of 15:37.12 at the VA Showcase in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Christian Coleman Crushes 60m World Record In His Season Opener

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Today, in his first meet of the year, Christian Coleman set the bar for his season incredibly high and put the world on notice. 

Vincent Crisp Runs Fastest Collegiate Time Ever For 600 Yards

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Texas Tech junior Vincent Crisp posted the fastest indoor collegiate mark of all time over 600 yards on Friday. Competing at the Texas Tech Red Raider Invitational in Lubbock, Texas, Crisp ran 1:08.16 and held off TCU’s Derrick Mokaleng, who ran 1:08.18.

Michael Saruni Runs World-Best In Indoor 600m

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On Friday night, Michael Saruni continued his hot start to 2018. The UTEP sophomore ran a world-best time of 1:14.79 in the 600m at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Invitational in Albuquerque.