Age Grade Tables Updated

Alan Jones has updated the Age Grade Tables, and they have been approved by USATF. RunSignUp has updated these calculations in our system, so that future calculations will use this. Old results uploads will use the old tables. If you are not familiar with age grading, you should really look into it – your older runners will […]

“Software is Eating the World”

My good friend Sacha Labourey wrote this blog today – CloudBees Raises $23.5 M because Software is Eating the World. He makes the point clear: “Software is not a tool that “helps” businesses anymore. Software has become *the* business. Everything companies do, from interacting with prospects, customers, partners, handling their production, creating business differentiation is either […]

Lottery Waitlist Improvements

We are working with a large race who will be using our lottery and waitlist features. We’ve made some updates to clean this up for them. First, we used to have a “Registration Full” message that showed by default. The Registration Full message makes sense for races who sell out and still allow people to […]

RunScore Results Presentation

Alan Jones made the following presentation at the ChronoTrack Conference in January, 2015.  It reviews the new RunScore Results and other topics like enhancements to RunScore, additional integrations and most importantly the future of RunScore and the new advisory board.

Run Thru the Woods Thanksgiving Day Case Study

We have a series Customer Case Studies, in which we take your stories and share your challenges and successes as a learning tool for other RunSignUp users.  This Run Thru the Woods Case Study focuses on building a community event and making Race Day easy.  View the PDF Version of the Run Thru the Woods Case Study Overview: In […]

Windows Limits on EMail List Upload

UPDATE:  Use Chrome for uploading large files from Windows. Internet Explorer has bugs. It appears that lists over 5,000 have a problem when uploading from Windows (Mac is fine with large lists). If you list is over 5,000, then you may have to cut it into multiple lists. We will see if we can find […]

iContact List Export to New RunSignUp EMail System

As reported a few days ago, the iContact system has hit a major wall. Due to bugs on iContact’s side, you are no longer able to send email thru the iContact integration. If you want the details on the history of this, see the comments at the bottom of the page. This means that you […]

RunSignUp Email Roll Out Schedule

We are happy to release the new RunSignUp Email System! There are several significant improvements that will happen over the next couple of months. Here is the rough schedule: Phase 1 – Mid January – This will improve Basic Usability Save Draft EMails View Sent Emails Test Send To specific Address Additional Tags Phase 2 […]

New RunSignUp Email System

The new RunSignUp EMail is tightly integrated with the rest of the RunSignUp Platform. The goal, as always, is to make things easier and more powerful. There will be multiple incremental improvements, and you will see us integrate email capabilities into other areas of the system over the coming months. In the initial release, you […]

The Race Director Integration

Race Management Leader The Race Director and Roger Bradshaw Join Forces with RunSignup The combined company will continue the open platform approach of The Race Director and RunSignUp, while working on a Next-Generation Cloud and Mobile native Scoring and Results Platform Moorestown, NJ and Fremont, MI – January 5, 2015 – RunSignUp, the leading innovator […]

Race Director Go

In addition to the big news that The Race Director has joined forces with RunSignUp, we are also excited to introduce a new offering for Race Director timers – Race Director Go, or RD Go. RD Go allows any Race Director (RD) timer to simply upload results to the web and provide finish notifications to runners and […]