USA Track & Field – iPhone/iPad app and Fast Forward
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In the spring of 2013, USA Track & Field announced major improvements to both the iPhone/iPad app and digital member magazine Fast Forward. USATF members and fans of track and field now have a convenient mobile way to follow the National Governing Body.
Equipped for iPhone and iPad users, the USATF app features great benefits for members. On both iPhone and iPad devices, members have exclusive access to the member-only area, which features member-only news, full access to the Elite Beat and Fast Forward magazines and start lists from select USATF national championship events. Additionally, available to iPad users for both members and non-members are highlights from the organization’s website and mobile site along, which includes news, social media, athlete bios, merchandise, live results and a sample preview of Fast Forward. The app allows instant sharing via social media in all formats. Fans of the World’s #1 Track & Field Team can now keep up with events and share links via social media in a new user-friendly mobile method.
Follow a link to download the USATF app here.
In the spring of 2013, USATF’s member magazine Fast Forward went purely digital and significantly expanded its capabilities both within the digital edition and the app version of the magazine. For the first time in the magazine’s history, links to related internet stories allow additional reading and the inclusion of web videos are options now within the pages of Fast Forward.
A service to its more than 100,000 members, Fast Forward is filled with feature stories, world-class photography, racing tips and event updates, which include its youth, junior, elite and masters members. To become a member join here.
The latest issue of Fast Forward is available for download with the USATF app and you can follow a link to access the latest digital edition here.
Read the incredible cover story of Josh Hembrough, who, despite being born deaf, has enjoyed a strong career in the 110m hurdles, which has included appearances at the Olympic Trials and USA Indoor Championships and holding the world record in the Deaflympics. You can also read about how National Track & Field Hall of Famer Willie Banks and Shaun Lee crossed generations at a California all-comers meet, how Kyle Walker and the North Warren Track & Field Club have found reasons to celebrate and learn about the significant strides made by the USATF New York Association.
The magazine also features photos and recaps from the year’s top USATF championship meets. With the additions of website links and exclusive videos, each event is being covered like never before.
Who is involved
Editor-in-chief: Jared Slinde
Associate Editors: E. Susan Hazzard
Contributing Editors: Katie Branham
Design and Layout: Matchbook Creative
Printed by: Quad Graphics
Comments and story ideas
For any feedback and if you have a story idea for the next issue of Fast Forward, contact Jared Slinde at Jared.Slinde@usatf.org.
View previous digital editions of Fast Forward
2013 – Issue I
2012 – Issue IV
2012 – Issue III
2012 – Issue II
2012 – Issue I