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Discussion: RouteGadget for all races are posted

in: 2019 Canadian Orienteering Championships (Jul 26–28 - Rawdon, QC, CA)

Jul 30, 2019 8:47 PM # 
RouteGadget for all COC 2019 events are now posted, including for the COC Long. Upload your track and compare your route! RouteGadget for all races are here:

We noticed that many people still don't know how to use RG, so here a quick explanation - it's easy:

- Make sure your gps file is in the format .gpx. If it is not, most running software have an export function where you can convert your track by choosing .gpx

- Go to RouteGadget and click "GPS upload" on the top. You will be prompted to choose your course, your name, and to select your .gpx file on your computer. That's it!

Now you can compare your route with other runners, or replay the race with the animation function (each runner will be a dot). You can even simulate a mass start for a specific leg!


Not happy how you track looks like on the map? You can manually adjust it by moving the blue dots on each control or adding new blue dots, and move these. You can also choose Calibration "manual" and adjust the track that way. If you don't have a Gps watch, you can even draw your route manually! For more information, Orienteering Ottawa has a detailed explanations on their website:

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