Self timing

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There are 4 types of virtual races available for racers to self report their times:
Organizer enters race times manually via "Edit results" on the results page
  • Steps by organizer
    1. Organizer creates an online registration on Webscorer website
    2. After receiving times from racers, the organizer edits the result and enters the time
  • Steps by racers
    1. Racers register for the race on the Webscorer website
    2. Racers send their times to the organizer via email or some other method
  • Pricing
    • If the event has an entry fee, the usual USD $1 / racer fee applies.
    • If the event is free for racers, then there is no fee.
Racer enters time at registration
  • Steps by organizer
    1. Organizer creates an online registration on Webscorer website
  • Steps by racers
    1. Racers register for the race on the Webscorer website, and enter their times on the registration form
  • Pricing
    • If the event has an entry fee, the usual USD $1 / racer fee applies.
    • If the event is free for racers, then there is no fee.
Racer enters time via racer profile
  • Steps by organizer
    1. Organizer creates an online registration on Webscorer website
  • Steps by racers
    1. Racers register for the race on the Webscorer website
    2. The racer must sign-in using a webscorer account as part of registration
    3. After registration, racer navigates to Profiles / My racer profiles
    4. Racer enters their time and saves the result
  • Pricing
    • If the event has an entry fee, the usual USD $1 / racer fee applies.
    • If the event is free for racers, then there is no fee.
Racer times self by scanning QR codes using Webscorer app
  • Steps by organizer
    1. Organizer creates an online registration on Webscorer website
    2. Organizer defines custom QR codes for each timing point
    3. Organizer prints the QR codes & laminates them for weather-protection
    4. Organizer places the QR codes on the race course
  • Steps by racers
    1. Racers register for the race on the Webscorer website
    2. Before the race, racers install the Webscorer app on their iOS or Android phones
    3. Racers sign in to the app with the same account used during the registration
    4. During the race, racers perform self-timing by scanning QR codes on course
  • Pricing
    • QR code events have a USD $1 per racer fee that’s due after the registration has closed.
    • If the event has an entry fee, there’s no extra Webscorer fee beyond the USD $1 fee already due for paid registrations.
    • If the event is free for racers, the USD $1 / racer fee still applies.
    • There’s no cost for racers to install & use the (free) Webscorer app.
    • No PRO timing subscription is required for QR code events.
  • More details for QR code races are on our blog