Have you ever watched a Nordic Ski race or Tour de France time trial on Eurosport, and noticed the information that's provided as a racer approaches the finish line? For example, as Lance Armstrong is approaching, and the screen shows you that he has 10 seconds to overtake Jan Ulrich in first place? Makes the race very exciting!
Well, you now have access to that same information with the new RaceSplitter "Active Racer" screen!
New Active Racer Screen
Now, when you type in a bib number, and before you record a time, a new "Active Racer" card will pop-up, showing the racer's adjusted time along with the race time of the next racer he or she can catch in both the overall and category standings. The screen will continually update until you record the racer's time.
With the new Active Racer card, you'll be able provide guidance to your athletes as they approach, even before timing them.
Be sure to watch this video, to see the Active Card in action:
The update is free, and available right now in the App Store. Give it a try during next weekend's races, and let us know what you think about it!
Other RaceSplitter News
For 2012, we're planning some major updates to RaceSplitter, and need your input. We'll soon send a short survey, but in the meantime, please feel free to email us your wishes.
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