The complete modern platform for athletics and virtual events
Our open cloud platform saves time for organisers and volunteers and makes it more fun for participants, helping the sport to grow.
Working with European Athletics and the World Wide Web Consortium, we have developed the open standard for the interchange of data in athletics. This common language allows the athletics world to communicate simply and meeting organisers to display their results
Display live results on our website and app platform. All formats and devices.
Our commitment to open data means you can publish results anywhere
Enter the data via our easy to use input screens or if IT literate send us the data in a JSON feed
Visualise and assess team performance and scores
Validated. Real time. Syndicated. Searchable.
We take entries and help organisers for over 80 events each year. From 7 County Athletics championships with up to 1,000 entries, and the biggest open meetings, to small fun runs, we can help you.
Electronic Payments into your account
Intelligent entries process (no U11s throwing the hammer!)
Check national licensing
Monitor entries and payments
Produce automatic reports for officials and athletes
Our Federation management package is currently being used by 4 countries and allows them to efficiently manage their athletes and competitions.
Organise your athletes’ licensing
Keep track of club memberships
Manage your national championships
If you want to run an entire athletics meeting from entries to results then our system, though new, has been tested at International events (Loughborough International, Balkan U18 Champs and the European 10,000M Cup) down to local open meetings.
Fully customise your event
Full management of athletics matches
Bulk entry of athletes and centralised datastore
Automated numbering, ranking and seeding
Integrated finish line technology
Validated results recording using a handful of devices
“My paperwork has been cut by ninety percent – and I can do it all on holiday.”
“For every single fixture, the admin time has been cut from two hours to five minutes.”