Discussion: Splits up for Oz Champs (inc Sprint)
in: Australian Championships 2012;
Splits are posted for Middle, Long and Tasmanian Long. Quite a few still to claim splits: Hoggster, RobW, Keely, GrantM, jennycas??
Claiming splits will mean the event gets a post on your log so you don't have to find it elsewhere and if and when you post a GPS track Attackpoint will work out where the controls are and you can compare traces against anyone else who has posted a track!
Its all good!
If you want a laugh check out some of the traces for the Middle Distance: http://www.attackpoint.org/sessiondata.jsp?session...
Any chance of getting the splits for the Sprint up? I could probably do it using the splits from Winsplits, but i thought i'd give you first refusal.
Oh and thanks Tassie, had a great week, just don't judge me by my results... :P
Hi Tyson. Yes, there should be. Australopers actually post the OE file on their website at http://tasorienteering.asn.au/cms/results/2012/201...
- very proactive! However the link to the file is broken at the moment; a fix request is in.
Simmo hasn't uploaded his long route
yet so we can't have a really good laugh.
out from Tyson
Good video, nice fast punching. Sprint splits now up.
Thanks for the tip Jim - I found Tyson's stuff fascinating. Thanks Tyson for putting this up on AP.
In the HSC course we study an option called Improving Performance, and one section analyses the role of Technology in Sport. I wonder if Tyson would let me show this as an example to my class?
Also, for those Technologically challenged and intimidated by the 21st Century (like myself), is it actually hard to do what Tyson has done? Is there some sort of guide available to follow somewhere? Might OA consider running a workshop for those interested in incorporating this technology into coaching? I assume the actual O map could be featured rather than the street view in Tyson's posting? Or both O map and street view?
Hi, glad you enjoyed my low speed take on the Sprint. The link and video are now in the public domain, so feel free to use it! It already got syndicated to a strange Japanese Orienteering site...
I'm not sure what you meant by the street view, i had the map linked to the background of google earth. perhaps this didn't work with everyone?
The process of uploading was pretty easy, it just took a little bit of time to work out. Ken has made this quite simple, but some work before hand was necessary. At the moment it isn't the easiest thing to achieve, but not impossible with the correct tools. I have been using Sporttracks for my training diary which allows some pretty neat tools for handling the gps data. The video was uploaded to Youtube and Ken has allowed a time offset to be entered to match the data up correctly, which is deadly easy.
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