Results.RunWaterloo.com is our proprietary results site. We built it to introduce custom results features and to continue to innovate your results experience.
We know the site is richer than you might expect, and that you may have questions. We hope this helps!
Why are some names hyperlinked?
Where can I find photos?
Anywhere you see the camera icon, there are photos tagged in Flickr. If Flickr doesn’t display the photos, it is a Flickr error that can sometimes be solved by refreshing, but otherwise by waiting. Photos are not always available.
Where can I find video?
Anywhere you see a video camera icon, there is finish line video. When the video camera is beside a result, the video will be the finish line video for the participant. This is not available at every race.
How do I report an error or submit a correction?
How do I know if I earned an award medal?
What do the all of the icons mean?
We use a number of icons on the site to communicate information. Besides photo and video, we also use trophies to indicate 1st overall, and medals to indicate 2nd, 3rd, and 1st master.
What is Boost?
What is the Member Spotlight and how does it work?
What are the acronyms and abbreviations?
OA: Overall (top 3 in any gender)
G: Gender (male and female)
GP: Gender Place (ranking within the G)
Cat: Category (eg. Male 50-59 years)
CP: Category Place (ranking within Cat)
Which results are included?
How are the races timed?
What is the difference between 'Gun' time and 'Chip' time?
Your CHIP time is the time from when you cross the start line to when you cross the finish line (available where chip mats are at the start line). Your GUN time will be the time from the starting gun to when you cross the finish line. Your OFFICIAL time is your GUN time, which is used for race awards. Your CHIP time is for your own personal information. Some events have different timing policies which are clearly stated on the race pages (eg. Laurier Loop 2.5k, DTKMile, and several ENDURrun Stages).