COMING SOON: Live Events Like Never Before

Brace yourself, something BIG is coming. 

Prepare for a new, immersive live experience that will transform the way you watch track and field. You shared your dreams with us, and we're making them come true with the fan-driven features you've been craving. 

What's new? EVERYTHING.

  • Mobile-Optimization
  • Intuitive Navigation
  • View 4 Streams On 1 Screen
  • Picture-In-Picture Viewing
  • Current & Upcoming Live Events Display

The new and improved mobile-responsive experience is built for diehard fans, and the streamlined navigation means even your grandma who posts screenshots of her camera roll on Facebook can do it. 

You'll also be able to cruise through the schedule and competition order without ever leaving the live experience, which can include up to FOUR streams simultaneously on one screen—and you're in control of how many you want to watch at once. Maybe picture-in-picture is more your thing? That's also an option.

All thanks to you, the fans.

The design is based on your passionate feedback and has been vetted with comprehensive user-testing. The FloSports Live Experience is the next best thing to being there, and it's right at your fingertips. 

Keep your eyes peeled. The launch is nearly upon us!

These Track Stars Have Been MIA In 2019

Track and field athletes are notorious for seemingly falling off the map without notice, either due to injury, extended breaks, an unannounced retirement or otherwise. Coming off a year with no outdoor global championships in 2018, and immediately transitioning into this unusually long season, the number of athletes off their typical schedule was bound to be higher in 2019. In the case of Allyson Felix, who welcomed her first child last November, her extended absence was anticipated, but for others their status remains unclear.

Dibaba, Hassan Could Topple World Record In Monaco's 'Brave Like Gabe Mile'

On July 12, a 23-year-old world record will be in serious jeopardy.

Why Allie Ostrander Is Taking A Stand Against Body-Focused Commentary

With two laps to go in the NCAA Division I women’s steeplechase final at the University of Texas’ Mike A. Myers Stadium earlier this month, Boise State's Allie Ostrander surged to what would be a winning lead, and her third straight national title in the event—a streak no other collegiate woman can claim. 

Weekend Recap: The Women's 100m Just Got A Lot More Interesting

Not much was expected in terms of exciting track and field in a week with no Diamond League meets on the calendar, but the stars of the sport exceeded expectations with fast times and strong marks coming from the Ostrava Golden Spike on Thursday and the Jamaican National Championships over the weekend.

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Briana Williams Sets 100m High School National Record With 10.94

Northeast (FL) High School junior Briana Williams smashed the national high school, world U18 and Jamaican U20 records in the 100m when she clocked a 10.94 to finish third at the Jamaica Senior Championships Friday night in Kingston.

Exposing How Stupid IAAF's New World Rankings Truly Are

As most of you know, earlier this year, the IAAF announced their new World Ranking system, which will be used in part to select future global championship fields. I wrote about how dumb the rankings were when they came out, but it wasn't until a few weeks ago that Kim Conley reminded me how stupid IAAF's new World Rankings truly are.

POLL: Which Men's Bowerman Finalist Should Win?

Today, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced this year's men's Bowerman finalists: LSU's Armand "Mondo" Duplantis, Florida's Grant Holloway, and Texas Tech's Divine Oduduru.

Matthew Boling Nominated For 'Record-Breaking Performance' ESPY

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It was the kind of magical performance we rarely see in high school track and field. 

De Grasse Beats Coleman, Miller-Uibo Smashes 300m World Best

The 58th Ostrava Golden Spike meeting, an IAAF World Challenge event, went down on Thursday in the Czech Republic, with Olympic champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo running a world best and silver medalist Andre De Grasse announcing his return to the top of the sport.

House Of Run: Which DL Events Have Clear Favorites Already?

Jason and Kevin discuss Sydney McLaughlin’s Diamond League debut win, Christian Coleman’s world lead, the current state of the women’s 800m, Tori Bowie’s season debut, Marcin Lewandowski’s medal potential and Genzebe Dibaba’s chances at gold in Doha.