Introducing: Athlinks Rosters

By popular request, we’re extremely excited to announce a brand new feature of Athlinks called Rosters!

Previously, Athlinks supported similar functionality known as Startlists; however, Startlists weren’t capable of showing you the official list of all Athletes in a Race. We’ve deprecated our previous implementation of Startlists, and now show the full Athlete field for all officially registered Athletes.

Roster Features:

  • See the entire field of confirmed Athletes registered
  • Newly added support for Teams
  • Search by Name, Bib, or Team Name
  • Built with privacy in mind. We respect your privacy and will suppress your name if your registration is marked private

How does this differ from the previous version of Startlists?

Our previous version of Startlists was opti-in, meaning the only Athletes that showed up on a Startlist were self-added and never verified as actual participants in the Event. Often, Athlinks members used Startlists as a wishlist. We understand the desire for wishlist, and will be solving this need in the future. With official Rosters, there’s no confusion to who is committed to deliver their best on race day.

How is this possible?

We’ve built a set of open API’s that allow the best Registration companies to take full advantage of the power of Athlinks. We currently support ChronoTrack Live, and will be adding support for both Run Signup and Spartan Races very soon.

Detailed Breakdown

Find your crew by searching by Team Name or simply clicking on the Team next to your name

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Search By First or Last Name

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Hide your name

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If your event uses ChronotrackLive for registration, check out how to do this here.

Want more?

Have an opinion or idea for Rosters? We want to hear it.

Want to check out a Roster? View an Official Roster Here

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Posts by the Athlinks Staff are authored by our in-house group of athletes and subject matter experts in the fields of performance sports, nutrition, race organization, and training.

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