Visualization of chromosome dynamics allows the investigation of spatiotemporal chromatin organization and its role in gene regulation and other cellular processes. However, current approaches to label multiple genomic loci in live cells have a fundamental limitation in the number of loci that can be labelled and uniquely identified. Here we describe an approach we call ″track first and identify later″ for multiplexed visualization of chromosome dynamics by combining two techniques: CRISPR labeling and DNA sequential fluorescence in situ hybridization (DNA seqFISH). Our approach first labels and tracks chromosomal loci in live cells with the CRISPR system, then barcodes those loci by DNA seqFISH in fixed cells and resolves their identities. We demonstrate our approach by tracking telomere dynamics, identifying 12 unique subtelomeric regions with variable detection efficiencies, and tracking back the telomere dynamics of respective chromosomes in mouse embryonic stem cells.