On the website, go to the "Results Editor" page. Your helpers can use the event code today (with
any or no password)
- Times - You should compare your total times to your backup timer. If you both have the
same number of
finishers, your results should be good. If you have a different number
you'll need to compare the two to find what happened. If you used 2 XCMeet timers, you
will see the two time
sequences on the "Results Editor" page.
Difference larger than .4 seconds will be highlighted in yellow, over .75 seconds will
be orange, over 1
second will be orange red, and over 2 seconds will be red.
Use the backup offset field to reduce the differences between the two time sequences.
- If you failed to hit the finish button for a racer, enter the time in the
"Time:" field (e.g.
18:05.1) and hit "Insert Time". The results will automatically recalculate.
- If you hit the finish button by mistake, select the time that was bogus and hit
the "delete xxx"
button. The results will automatically recalculate.
- If you started the clock late (or early), you can add an offset on the "Results
Editor" page to
correct the times.
- Positions -
- If you missed scanning a finisher, select the position and enter their name or
number in the
"Finisher:" field and hit "Insert at X". The results will automatically
- If you scanned a bogus finisher, select the row that was bogus and hit the
"delete xxx" button. The
results will automatically recalculate.
- If you provided the wrong heat, click in the heat field for that runner and edit
the value. Their
time will automatically change.
- If you sent the times to the wrong race, for example you sent the boys results to the
girls race, log into
the website and rename them and change their gender.
If you scan the times to one race and the positions to another race, send email to
support and we will swap
them. (A feature for this is coming soon).
Notice that inserting or deleting only removes a time or a finisher depending on what button you
push. For example,
if you remove a finisher, the time that
that finisher was assigned to remains. The subsequent finishers are all shifted down to the next
time. Similarly, if
you remove a time, then the finishers are all shifted up.
You cannot remove both a time and a finisher in one operation.