NAUCC 2016
North American Unicycling Convention and Championships
Rapid City, SD
July 9 – July 15, 2016

Timed Competitions

If creating Competitions for use in the Track, you should create a single Competition, and specify an "Age Group Type" in order to subdivide the competitors into separate results groups.

If the Competition should also calculate the "Top results" across all age groups. (e.g. Fastest Male Muni Cross Country), choose "Experts"
You should NOT choose this option if there will be a separate competition to determine the Expert. (e.g. 100m Expert)

If the competitors all start at the same time, but you want to be able to mark down "Did Not Start" or other details (like crank size, or geared Y/N?) you may want to choose "Sign in List Enabled". If the competitors don't all start at the same time, you will probably have one of the following situations:
  • Pre-configured Heats/Lanes by age group/best Time. (e.g. 100m)
  • Pre-configured Waves, based on seed time, or registration order. (e.g. 10k)
    If each wave starts at a different time on a common stopwatch, the Event Director will be able to set the Wave Start Times.
  • Start at will when the competitor arrives at the start line. (e.g. Muni Downhill)

Data Recording

Mass Start

You can print sign in lists

And enter the sign in results

Compete in Heats/Lanes

If you want to assign Heats/Lanes to the competitors at the last minute (e.g. at the track) you can print a paper copy of all of the people who are signed up for the event, and then assign them to heats/lanes using a laptop at the track.


Heat/Lane Live Entry

If you want to assign Heats/Lanes to competitors In advance you can.

  • Display the registrant-entered Best Time information
  • Have the system pre-assign competitors to heats/lanes based on their entered best times
  • Manually adjust the pre-assigned heat/lane assignments

Pre-Assign Heat/Lane

Manually adjust Pre-Assignments

Files for E-Timers

Registrants File

You can download a list of all registrants for the timers to import into their system.

EVT File

Some E-Timer systems allow for "EVT" format files to specify the heat/lane assignments.

Once the heats/lanes have been assigned, you can export an EVT file for the E-Timers

Start Line Data Recording

Two Data per Line

Most useful when competitors get two attempts at a competition, but don't have to compete in a particular order. The official at the start line records their start times (against a common clock).

In most circumstances, the finish line judge doesn't communicate with the start line official, but only records the ID/time of each person to cross the line, and the difference-in-time is calculated by the judging system.

Print a paper recording form for the start line

Enter the results from that recording form

Heat/Lane Assignment races

At the track, a track official can use an iPad to confirm the competitors are present for their heats. This same view can also be useful for the E-Timer person, so that they can confirm that they are recording entries for the correct number of competitors and the correct lane numbers.

If someone doesn't show up, or is disqualified during their attempt, the track official can easily mark them as DQ.

Finish Line Data Recording

One Data per line

Print a paper recording form for the finish line

Enter the results from that recording form


Import results from a CSV file


Import Data file from E-Timer system

Track E-Timer

Track races are usually done with a Photo-Finish system. To process these files, the competitions system is able to process "LIF" format output files.

Steps to process as LIF file

  • Choose the Heat to import
  • Import the LIF file, and compare it against the track-official's notes for DQs
  • Approve the results
  • (Optionally) Calculate+Print Age-Group results once all heats of an age group have run.

Import LIF File and view results