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On line tracking (Read 60 times)


old woman w/hobby

    Any one know if there is any on line tracking for Umstead or  Zion 100?

    steph  

     

    "Just stop fucking drinking too much and being fat.  Pretty simple.  Who the hell cares if you like beer.  

    We can't always do the things we like all the time."  --Candice

      http://umsteadlive.rgdweb.com/UM2014LivePrelim.htm

        online for the Zion 100 was through twitter, no times, just posts from the HAM radio operators of bib numbers passing through aid stations.

        No updates for the last 18 hours though.

         

        (Zion is still in its infancy as far as races go. The event itself is really well run and staffed by extraordinary volunteers (like meWink but still has some ways to go as far as real time tracking and other things. phone service is somewhat questionable in that wilderness)


        old woman w/hobby

          Thanks, Sue / birdwell.

          steph  

           

          "Just stop fucking drinking too much and being fat.  Pretty simple.  Who the hell cares if you like beer.  

          We can't always do the things we like all the time."  --Candice


          Muddling through

            Pardon my ignorance, but why do the results say STOPPED for so many runners?

            2015 Goals: Run IAT50K, run first 100K, and exceed 100K in a 24-Hour race

              Pardon my ignorance, but why do the results say STOPPED for so many runners?

               

              That looks odd, but it seems like those folks have all finished the race. The have a finish time in the column prior to "STOPPED"

              It's hard to read because it doesn't appear to be a cumulative time displayed  in that last column, but rather "time of finish".

              By my math, the winner took just over 15 hours to finish (06:00  or 6 a.m. to 21:34 or 9:34 p.m.)

              (Military time always throws me off a little bit)

                In my case, because I STOPPED at 50. A lot of people did; you get credit for a 50-mile finish.