Welcome to the Randallstown Track Club


The Randallstown Track Club is a Youth Track and Field Program, operated under the Liberty Road Recreation and Parks Council of the Baltimore County Dept. of Parks and Recreation.

The Randallstown Track Club teaches life skills along with academic and athletic development using track and field as the teaching tool. We stress continuous improvement, by using goals and performance measurement. We teach our kids focus, concentration, perseverance, along with other life skills, through instruction of Track and Field technique and strategies.

Coach Rogers

Coach Rogers

Head Coach Felix Rogers and Assistant Coach Kelvin Taylor have been the coaching staff since the mid-1980's. Both Coaches Rogers and Taylor are ACEP Leader Level certified. Coach Kelvin Taylor is USATF certified Level I, and Level II in endurance events, and is a Baltimore City Public School certified Track Coach. Coach Felix Rogers is USATF certified Level I, Level II in sprints & hurdle and jumps, Lead Instructor, is pursuing Level III, and is a Baltimore County Public School certified Track Coach.

Coach Taylor

Coach Taylor


The Randallstown Track Club operates developmental programs, in which kids compete at level which is best suited for their ability and attitude. We operate programs in which each kids have the expectation of success as they develop as athletes. Our athletes compete in recreational meets, local developmental meets, AAU and USATF Junior Olympic meets, and various Regional and National Championships.

Our program services between 40 to 60 kids per year. We have a program which is segmented into four parts. The Cross Country program runs from Sept. 1 to Nov. 31 and train distance runner. During Cross Country season we may compete in 5-10 meets per year, but Cross Country may not be available every year because of the interest level. The Indoor program operates from Nov. 1 to Feb. 28, and is our primary teaching season. During the Indoor season we teach technique for all running, and compete in 10-20 meets per year. The Spring Program operates from April 1 to May 31, and it is completely developmental. During the Spring Season we teach technique for running, jumping, and throwing events and compete in 4-8 meets per year. The Summer Program operates from June 1 to Aug. 15, and is a more advanced instructional program that consist of more serious training sessions. During the Summer season we compete in 8-10 meets per year, mostly Junior Olympic and competitive Invitational.