A world-class athletics competition management platform.

About Us

A successful athletics (track & field) meeting involves great athletic performances, but just as importantly, the effective behind-the-scenes management of the competition. In 2017, we set out to transform how athletics meetings are organized with the goal of making it easier for organizers to set up and manage athletics meetings, together with making it simpler and more fun for fans to follow the action.

Our team is highly experienced in developing digital products with a strong knowledge base in, and passion for, the sport of athletics.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to create innovative technologies to streamline the administrative and engagement tasks associated with organizing athletics competitions so that sports organizers can focus on what’s most important – running a successful sporting event for all participants, from athletes to spectators to organizers.

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Our Team

Our ability to deliver an outstanding competition management platform starts with our team of highly skilled developers and individuals with deep roots in the sport of athletics (track & field). We come from a diverse set of experiences and backgrounds that range from successful tech start-ups to athletics federations, but we all share a passion for technology and sports.

Our team includes a double Olympic champion (Ashton Eaton, 2012 & 2016), two world champions (Ashton Eaton, 2012-2016 & Piotr Dlugosielski, 1999), and five national champions, together with one of the most trusted and respected athlete representatives in the industry (Paul Doyle, Doyle Management Group).

We’ve also partnered with top athletics (track & field) organizations across the world such as The Armory in New York City (which oversees the premier indoor track and field center in the US, and hosts more than 100 indoor meetings every year with the NYRR Millrose Games being its marquee event), Tilastopaja (the world's leading athletics database), and the Danish Athletics Federation.

 

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