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StageRace is a full-blown administration program for road cycling stage races.
You input the raw data; StageRace calculates all your classifications accordingly.
Read all about it on the Overview pages.
Overview's table of contents:
- Background Information
- Competitors and Teams
You may also want to read about what is new in the 2005 version.
Publications that StageRace makes for you:
Before the race:
- Competitors list;
- Competitors list per team;
- Time trial starting list;
- Sign in list; and
- Cross out list.
After the race:
- Stage classification;
- Teams stage and general
- Sprinting classification;
- Points classification;
- Communiqués (so you can
include comments from the jury, coverage of
the race, etc.).
Additionally, up to three so-called masked
general classifications can be used for e.g.
a regional classification or a youth classification.
Also include these on the appropriate publications:
- Competitor counts: before/after, etc.;
information: titles, organizer, location,
- Dropped out competitors;
- Event logo image;
- Time stamp;
vehicles driving order;
Also read about the following features:
- A system for communiqué numbering is in
- Desired columns, properties and other
items for printing can be chosen very easily up to
the smallest detail;
- All publications are generated
as HTML document for immediate internet disclosure,
but do nevertheless print perfectly;
publications can be uploaded immediately from within
StageRace to your event's web server; and
can be made in any combination of the languages English,
French, Spanish, German and Dutch, or any language that you
add yourself in our easy-to-use MultiLanguage-database.
The layout of publications and the generated classifications
are 100% in compliance with UCI Road Races regulations.
Additionally, all the things that aren't covered by
UCI regulations are in accordance with the best practices
from our own experiences and those of our users.
Numerous examples of publications can be found on the
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