Circuit Point System Announcement
Our much anticipated new circuit race points tracking system is online and ready for use. We created a new system to reduce the workload placed on the "Circuit Pointmaster" and to speed up the process of posting circuit race points.
Our new circuit race point system is self-report and very simple to use once you have an account set up. It literally takes less than a minute to update your circuit points for a race once you have your finish information.
Below are the instructions for creating an account and getting started on tracking your circuit race points. Have fun and please let us know if you have any questions or problems with the tool!
Why the new system?
Some of the problems that we faced with the old system of tracking circuit race points were:
To begin you must create a Circuit Points account here: http://tri-shark.org/lrc/AthleteLogin.aspx
You can now begin entering your circuit race results information. All of this year’s circuit races are listed.
To score a race (from your "My Standings" page):
Just as in the past, if you score more than ten races the software will figure out your best ten and give you a total score based on just those ten. The site will highlight the races it ignored so you know what didn’t get scored.
To check overall circuit standings:
From your “Circuit Races” page click on the “Circuit Standings” link. This page is for everyone to see, but you must have an account to see the races other athletes have done (the breakdown by clicking on their name).
To see your age group only click on the “Age Group” pull-down to show only your age group.