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).




Downloads


  • CrossMgr: Lock in Laps from Lap Counter Screen Sometimes CrossMgr's lap counter fluctuates in timed races if there are short laps and variable lap times.To prevent this during the end of the race, it is sometimes ...
    Posted Jan 28, 2017, 7:50 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • RaceDB/CrossMgr: Support for Primes in Series RaceDB can now accept Points from Primes in CrossMgr as part of Series points.This allows you to add extra points in CrossMgr Primes, which can then be counted in ...
    Posted Jan 28, 2017, 7:44 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • On-Demand Bib Numbers from RaceDB These days, chip timing done properly has eliminated race results errors (no more missed laps, etc).But, as they saying goes "when you solve problem one, you just promoted problem ...
    Posted Jan 28, 2017, 5:29 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • RaceDB: Now Handles CX/MTB Callups Automatically Now that RaceDB stores the race results and can compute a Series, it was logical for it to compute callups automatically.After configuring the Series, RaceDB can use it to ...
    Posted Jan 11, 2017, 2:18 PM by Edward Sitarski
  • RaceDB: Now supports Scoring a Race Series RaceDB now supports scoring a race series.This was the next logical step for RaceDB after being able to upload results from CrossMgr.The RaceDB Series functionality support linking events ...
    Posted Jan 11, 2017, 2:04 PM by Edward Sitarski
  • RaceDB: Introducing Results Hub Introducing Results Hub: a web capability to show results generated from CrossMgr.Results Hub is fully searchable by Competition and Athlete.  It shows It runs in a write-protected mode ...
    Posted Jan 19, 2017, 12:06 PM by Edward Sitarski
  • RaceDB/CrossMgr Now Support UCIID The latest versions of RaceDB and CrossMgr now support the new UCI ID.This requires upgrading to the latest versions (CrossMgr 2.9.2 and RaceDB 1.20.31).CrossMgr ...
    Posted Dec 31, 2016, 6:41 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • SeriesMgr 2.8.6 Users: Time to upgrade to 2.8.7. After fixing an issue with relegated riders not showing up correctly in SeriesMgr 2.8.6, I managed to introduce a bug with DNF riders.  The problem shows up when ...
    Posted Oct 11, 2016, 6:30 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • CrossMgr: Automatic Lap Counter at Night See photo showing the Midweek Cyclocross Race and the creativity of Andrew Paradowski.Andrew is using a projector to show the CrossMgr's automatic Lap Counter for the riders.CrossMgr ...
    Posted Oct 9, 2016, 8:20 AM by Edward Sitarski
  • How Much Mud? This Much Mud! A story from Stuart Lynne at Escape Velocity in BC:The tags in the photo were actually not bad, but by the end of the third race some of the ...
    Posted Oct 9, 2016, 4:12 AM by Edward Sitarski
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