I am interested in learning more about how to setup "wave start" timing w/o the use of chips....so manual wave start timing.

possible scenario: 10k with 3-4 waves of 50 runners on narrow trail. how do I set it up after I navigate to the "wave setup" option and then how do I get results, etc.....

I have been using Race Tab for 5 years now w/o incident......I still use 3.97 and would like to continue using 3.97 if possible.

thanks.

-poc

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It works great. I use it in XC when there is a second wave (sometimes for a second grade level or other gender). Under settings there is a place to say use wave offsets, or not and then set up your waves and set the offset times. I too use an older copy. I found some of the newer copies would hang up.

Hi Don,

thanks for replying....unfortunately I do not have a "settings" tab......there is a clickable "wave" tab though.  If I click on the "wave setup" tab....the what do it do?  and what does "offset" time" exactly mean?.......

thanks again.

-poc

Hi Don........I actually just watched Jason's Tutorial on wave timing and it was very helpful and all makes sense now........thank you again for diving into my initial question.

best,

-poc

One thing to watch is that the wave offset can be universal. We run a coed novice meet at most HS meets, with the girls starting slightly behind the boys. But if you make the Female offset, say, 3 minutes, it will also shave 3 minutes from the girls times in every event, even if they ran by themselves.

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