Athletes with a sports tracker such as Garmin, Polar, Suunto or other wearables submit activities into a specific Tracking Map importing their individually recorded geolocation data. Supported formats are GPX, KML and TCX. Afterward, the activity is visible in the interactive replay of the Tracking Map and in the Leaderboard.
Participants redeem either the Passcode of the Tracking Map or a Tracking Key to adress their activity to the correct event.
Athletes upload multiple activities or segments into one event using one Tracking Key (to accumulate distances of various activities). In contrast to using the Passcode to upload an activity, which generates a new entry, always.
Time and date of uploaded activity need to be within the start time and end time of the Tracking Map. Data outside of the time frame is excluded.
If the speed of geolocations is too high - like 60 km/h for a running event - these geolocations will be ignored in the Leaderboard. In other words, if a participant forgets to stop tracking the activity while going by car, the car ride will be ignored, automatically.