Rhode Races & Events hosts a series of five race experiences in scenic view locations in the Rhode Island area. This event series provide a backdrop of water views framed by race management perfection. Each event offers a half marathon and three events also offer a full marathon and 5K. Participants have the option to... Continue Reading →
We have enhanced the Profile Results view to enable participants to download a CSV of all of their results.
We have made a nice little addition to the Results Widget, with the option to add a custom button at the bottom with a link. This is useful for timers who are moving to RunSignUp, but may have legacy results on another website or there may be another website with other results. Create a Widget... Continue Reading →
Todd Spears of Agape Timing has taking the Video Results in a new direction with 360 degree video cameras. Click on the "Video" link on one of the finishers for the Eagle Scholarship 5K. View it on a phone or iPad so you can get the 360 effect by moving your phone around at different angles.... Continue Reading →
We released this in a number of phases over the past month, but it is a good example of how we are committed to our User Experience Manifesto of making the best user experience for race directors and participants. The new main table is cleaner with new typography for easier reading/scanning and brings a fresh... Continue Reading →
We have improved the look and feel of the footer below the Results Table: Can you guess what is next? Yep, the Results Header will be updated pretty soon 🙂
We have released the new User Experience (UX) for viewing individual results: If the individual has a profile photo, then it will appear as well: (BTW, that photo is of Meredith Klein, our UX Engineer who designed this new page!) We have some more improvements coming on Results, so stay tuned! P.S. Just to remind... Continue Reading →
“Being able to share my race experience with my family and others with an improved level of detail via RaceJoy was pretty awesome.” Rob Gomez On May 14, Rob Gomez, placed first and won the Maine Coast Marathon with a finish time of 2:34 averaging 5:54 minute miles. Rob’s time would have been even less... Continue Reading →