We've imported race results data from several sources (list further down) and mashed it together. On top of this we compile top lists, let users play with the data and so on.
We are targeting competitive racing and hence focus primarily on bigger races attracting top athletes. We currently only import the most competitive distance and leave sprint races and such aside.
You are likely to be included if you have a big race where participants race in teams and your data has splits in a format that is easily read by a computer program.
We do not type the teams and times into our database manually. We use a computer program and it prefers plain text (like CSV) or HTML on a single page, although we can do subpages too with a little work. Simplistic Excels (like Breca's new format) are acceptable. We don't support PDFs. Also, it has to be data complete including team name, team member names, category/gender and times in seconds granularity. We calculate diff times and positions on our own. If you use a major timing system like EST Mika or EQ just make their results presentation available and we can read from there. Splits allow us to do a full presentation with course, checkpoints and splits comparison making it much more interesting for users.
We focus on competitive racing. World of Swimrun maintains a much more complete directory of races.
A special thanks goes to ÖTILLÖ for letting us use their images.
Errors may occur and we will not be liable for any consequence. Errors may be reported by Twitter direct message.
All imports are manually triggered — no standing integrations.