Track Phenom Sydney McLaughlin Is Finally Going Pro

    400m hurdler star Sydney McLaughlin is officially leaving the life of a NCAA athlete to go pro.

    According to Flotrack, she made the announcement after running the third leg on Kentucky’s 4X400m relay. In addition to going pro, McLaughlin also mentioned that she’s planning on racing at USATF Outdoor Nationals.

    During the 2018 NCAA Outdoor Championships, McLaughlin snagged her first and last NCAA title in the 400m hurdles with a time of 53.96.

    For those who are unaware of her, she is a huge track star in the making! Back in 2016, McLaughlin was the youngest member of the U.S’s national track and field team during the Rio Olympics.

    Since then, she has continued to shine.


    Sydney McLaughlin announces she will go pro after her freshman season. Website: Subscribe: Get the FloSports iOS app: Follow FloTrack Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:

    Erin Ashey Simon is a writer, producer, host and contributor for The Shadow League. Host of Cheddar Esports and Grass Routes Podcast, a former college athlete who passes the time playing flag football. Simon has previous work experience at Cycle Media, REVOLT TV, The Wall Street Journal, and more. Originally from New Jersey, Simon graduated from the University of Kentucky.