CrossMgr, SeriesMgr, RaceDB

CrossMgr is free timing and results software for cycling races (small donation recommended for paid events - see below).
CrossMgr quickly produces professional looking results including rider lap times.  It reads rider data from Excel, and formats result in Excel format or Html for publishing to the web.  CrossMgr was created by a cycling official, and has extensive features to settle disputes.

Although originally designed for Cyclo-Cross races, CrossMgr has also been extensively used for MTB, and with the chip reader interface, for Criterium and Road Races.  It also has strong support for Time Trials.  It fully supports Performance Factors for Paracycling.

To see how others are using CrossMgr, see here and here.  Or, search for "Powered by CrossMgr" for results posted from around the world.

CrossMgr supports J-Chip, RaceResult, Ultra, Alien and Impinj chip readers.

See demo video of v1.5 here.

Download the software and CrossMgrTutorial.doc for free (Windows. Linux and Mac also available).
See screen shots here.  Donate here.  Comment here.

Other software to look at:

RaceDB is a race check-in, Bib and RFID tags management system. 

SeriesMgr makes it easy to combine CrossMgr and spreadsheet results into a series.

PointsRaceMgr scores a Points race including track (Points and Madison) and criterium.

CallupSeedingMgr quickly determines callups and TT seeding based on multiple criteria (for example, UCI points, National points and placing in the event last year).

StageRaceDB  computes individual and team GC rankings for Stage Races

SprintMgr tracks and scores all sprint competition formats (Sprint, 4-Cross, Eliminator, etc.)

OmniumMgr scores a Track Omnimum

TagReadWrite quick utility to read/write chip tags (largely replaced by RaceDB).


  • CrossMgr: Minimum Hardware for Chip Timing I have had a number of recent requests about what it takes to get into chip timing with CrossMgr.It is possible to put a chip timing system together, with ...
    Posted Apr 24, 2016, 6:26 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • RaceDB: Self-Serve Race Check-in RaceDB now supports self-serve race check-in.Riders present their permanent chip tags to check-in computers (or tablets) at the race site.After the chip read, all their ...
    Posted Apr 24, 2016, 5:20 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • CrossMgr: Now requires 64-bit Windows CrossMgr 2.4.0 now requires 64-bit Windows to run, and will not run on 32-bit machines anymore.Although this was inevitable, I intended to manage this transition ...
    Posted Feb 28, 2016, 10:43 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • Windows 10 Upgrade: Remember to Open the ports CrossMgr, CrossMgrIminj and CrossMgrAlien all run fine on Windows 10. However, if you have upgraded your computer to Windows 10, you have to open the ports again (set an Inbound ...
    Posted Feb 21, 2016, 1:05 PM by Edward Sitarski
  • CrossMgr: 2.3.0 is the Recommended Version New features include:Easy Live Results at the race site.  CrossMgr now provides a built-in web-site accessible from wifi.  Spectators and riders can easily connect with their smartphones ...
    Posted Feb 16, 2016, 1:49 PM by Edward Sitarski
  • RaceDB: 1.1.0 is now the Stable Version In the last 2 years, there have been over 300 updates to RaceDB (thanks to everyone's input!).With the growing number of people who rely on RaceDB to run ...
    Posted Feb 16, 2016, 1:24 PM by Edward Sitarski
  • PointsRaceMgr: New Update This is nothing like "eating your own dogfood" (or perhaps, drinking your own champagne ;).After a day of officiating as Finish Judge at the Milton Track this weekend (5 Points ...
    Posted Feb 14, 2016, 11:06 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • CrossMgr: Easier Results Output Management CrossMgr supports Html, Excel, Pdf, USAC, UCI, CrossResults, RoadResults, WebScorer and Facebook formats.Sometimes you want output just on your local computer, sometimes you also also want it Ftp'd ...
    Posted Jan 23, 2016, 1:55 PM by Edward Sitarski
  • CrossMgr: Real-time results now easy with new Web feature Real-time results at a race used to painful.Set up a web server.  Set up an FTP server.  Configure CrossMgr to publish in real-time.Deal with all the ...
    Posted Jan 7, 2016, 6:15 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • Improved CrossMgr/RaceDB Integration Opening a CrossMgr from RaceDB just got a whole lot easier.Just do "File/Open from RaceDB..." from CrossMgr.See the number of participants, start waves and categories.Select the ...
    Posted Dec 24, 2015, 8:29 AM by Edward Sitarski
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