(n) One who enjoys participating in Track and Field and/or cross country. It is commonly a term for those who run in Track and Field, but it can also refer to the ones who does pole vaulting, long jump, javelin, shot put, etc.
With determination, the freshmen trackie maybe able to earn his Varsity Letter this year.
Someone who takes part in cross-country and or track at their univeristy or high schol. Usually tall, thin (unless a sprinter, in that case you are big black, and can run fast) and seen in the masses at local pizza joints eating a solid seven slices or running the streets for many an hour on sunday mornings. Are known for throwing sweet fests (see parties)and having hot girls on the distance team. Hated by football and lacrosse players and basically people who can't run. (affiliated with super runner shop, the armory, suffolk county)
--I'm gettin cramped up cause of that excrutiating 4 by 4, and i still have a sprint medley relay!
--just cover yourself with icy-hot and drink some water, were gonna get through this you trackie!
A general term for one who participates in either track and field or cross country. They are often runners but may include jumpers and throwers. Trackies are part of a very close knit community and are often considered slightly cultish. They enjoy haning out in large groups, dating each other, playing games like CTF, Ultimate, and Red Rover, and of course running. Trackies and drama geek do not mix well.
I'm hanging out with a bunch of trackies later, we're gonna play some ultimate.
A "trackie" can be described as individual who is completely obsessed with track and/or cross country. A trackie knows anything and everything about running. You can see a trackie talking to every runner in the area and knowing everything about their running history. A trackie is also condsidered a track/cross country nerd.
"Oh, that girl that is seeded first runs a 4:40.35 1500. She's my idol."
"You know everything about everyone you trackie."