Although Commit is known for their workout manager, the team decided to spend the last 3 weeks building an alternative to Active’s Hy-Tek Meet Manager web results (which has had issues in the past… remember this?). The team finished the project right before the last day of the Women’s NCAA Championships, and tested it live for the first time:
There is a new link and app for the Men’s meet, and the features are the exact same as what thousands of viewers loved during the Women’s meet.
- See results update automatically without
refreshing the page
- View current and projected team scores
- View score breakdowns by event for each team
- Expand rows for detailed splits and points
- Switch views to see original Hy-Tek output
Also, note the following:
- Green = completed final
- Purple = completed prelim
- Checkmark = completed event
- Filled circle = completed session
- Open circle = session in progress
Data comes from Active’s Hy-Tek Meet Manager’s site, which only receives results after the full event is over. Therefore, Commit updates at the conclusion of each event, not the conclusion of each heat.
Commit Swimming builds innovative software for our sport. Commit’s first product is a workout manager for coaches (and soon athletes) that helps collect, analyze, and learn from workout data. The startup was founded in 2015 by Dan Crescimanno, Dan Dingman, and Nico Gimenez. Contact them anytime at [email protected] You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, or subscribe to their newsletter.
Press release is courtesy of Commit Swimming.