RunScore has created a nice video that explains how to upload results from RunScore to RunSignup.
For those of you who don’t know already, RaceDay Scoring is the future of The Race Director. We expect a surge of timers will migrate to RaceDay Scoring this winter. Roger Bradshaw, the creator of The Race Director, provides his guidance on the best way to transition to RaceDay Scoring. Roger is in the thick […]
We’re proud to announce the inaugural Alan Jones Timer Award winner, Marc Roy, with Sportstats in Ottawa, Canada. Bob Bickel, Founder and CEO of RunSignup, presented Marc with his award at RunSignup’s Symposium on July 16 in Philadelphia. The award plaque includes an authentic mounted Jones Counter (that spins!). Earlier this year, we introduced the […]
As anyone who follows RunSignup knows, we are huge fans of Alan Jones – naming an annual Timing Award after him to be handed out at our annual Symposium. We are very happy for him, as he has decided to sell RunScore. RunScore was first released 36 years ago, and for many years was the […]
New Award to Recognize Exceptional Race Timer We are very excited to launch the annual Alan Jones Timer Award to recognize an industry race timer who has clearly made an impact on improving the race industry. See the official press release here. Overview As the backbone of the race industry, timers have the opportunity to […]
RunScore has made the following improvements (copy and pasted from the RunScore Support Group): RSServer/RSClient Version 22.214.171.124 Level 2017.07.10 *Eric Kramer requested integrating the Corral Wave field. This is now being downloaded in the API and is available to map to a RunScore field you would define locally. * Greg McCormick requested that he be […]
This year’s RunScore Session at the Timer Day of the RunSignUp Symposium is being led by super-user, Steve Stone of Best Times. Steve is putting together his presentation, and wanted to share his preliminary plan – and get any feedback from attendees about additional topics that they want to cover. The presentation will support two […]
Here is documentation on how to do a RunScore – RunSignup integration. RunSignUp-RunScore Results Guide
We have put up a generic CSV conversion utility – https://runsignup.com/Utilities/ElfScoreConversion. As the URL implies, these conversions are particularly useful for timers using the ElfScore scoring platform to easily import runner registration information. This joins our other CSV Merge Utility. It that helps convert the following formats: You select a file to import, then on a […]
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. http://www.runscore.com/Downloads/RunScore2015.pdf
Here is the latest from Alan Jones on RunScore Results Pre-Release advancements: The latest Version 126.96.36.199u Level 2014.12.21 can be downloaded from (assuming you already have a RunScore install): http://www.runscore.com/Downloads/Beta/RunScoreResultsUpdate.exe. What is working – I hope Have new RunScore Results icon/shortcut thanks to Andrew Sigwart. The main screen now is dark blue so the person […]
We are pleased to announce that RunScore has licensed the RunSignUp Results technology platform to create a new offering for RunScore timers – RunScore Results. RunScore Results allows any RunScore timer to simply upload results to the web and provide finish notifications to runners and their friends without the usual complications. If you know how […]
Alan Jones has written a new manual, complete with example scripts for RunScore users on how to integrate with RunSignUp. Download the RunScore and RunSignUp Integration Manual. This short and simple manual includes information on: Logging into RunSignUp from RunScore Download Event and Participant information from RunSignUp to RunScore Upload Participant information from RunScore to RunSignUp […]
This is from Kei – one of the RunScore gurus! “I have had so much enjoyment working with RunSignUp on several of my latest races. The integration of their API with RunScore is great. Extremely easy and robust. I log on to the race in RunScore and am asked if I want to keep “Sync with Server” active. […]
RunScore has done a new revision that makes things even easier for timers to sync participant information and results with RunSignUp. Here is an updated video from Alan Jones. Let us know if you have questions or suggestions!