Our biggest FLS Youth Camp of the year happens July 7-30 on MWF mornings at beautiful Imperial Park on Hwy 90 in Sugar Land. Intro/Intermediate/Advanced levels. Ages 6-18. Guest Speakers daily. Join us! 

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  • Note: Signmeup.com shut down in March 2021 so all our events are now featured on www.runreg.com

  • All links have been updated on our calendar

Coach Andy and Whitaker Bird. District XC victory in 2020.
Reese Vannerson ran a 4:25 1600 as an 8th-grader!
Andy speaks to kids at run camp.
These kids always are ready to run, have fun and give it their all.
Sydney Smith and Noah P always run hard at FLS Advanced Camp.
Andrew Pollard of Needville qualified for State XC as a mere freshman.
Freshman Travis Morrey of George Ranch
Maggie Lowry of Ft Bend Austin
FLS Asst Coach Nate Allen runs for HBU.
Lexi Harkrider will attempt to qualify for State XC in Round Rock for the 4th time next Fall.
Coach Andy says it’s about results, not style! Obviously!
Kingwood Girls XC Head Coach Jeremy Dye
Taylor has fun running as an astronaut at Intro Run Camp.
FLS guest speaker Megan Wagenaar, Concordia Head Coach for XC/Track.
Hall of Fame Coach Oscar Cripps with Ethan Beyer of Clements XC.
Happy 15th Birthday to speedy Maddie Haldiman of George Ranch.
Brandon Phegley of Kempner excels in XC, swimming, and baseball for his high school.
Note from Andy
Welcome to the updated Finish Line Sports website!


After 35 enjoyable years, Finish Line Sports closed the retail side of our business Dec 30, 2020. We are focusing on the coaching and race directing aspects of FLS here in Sugar Land. I have always been a coach at heart and by education, so I am looking forward to focusing even more on it. To put it simply, I love coaching and helping runners of all ages achieve their goals.


My new office is at the The Train Station Offices, 9914 Highway 90 (near Dairy Ashford), Suite B-1. Please call me at 281-435-0839 or email andystewartfls@gmail.com to set up an appointment.

Our Thanksgiving Sugar Land Turkey Trot will continue as a major FLS race production for 2021 and beyond.


Heartfelt thanks to all those who have made FLS retail last for 35 years. Special memories are of loved ones passed, Mom, Dad, Aunt Jean, and Grandma Ocie, who all made it happen for so long.


I look forward to the next chapter of Finish Line Sports. Stay in touch. 

And do not worry about Carlos Franco. He has a great new job at Fort Bend KIA in Rosenberg and will continue to assist FLS summer coaching and any races.

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