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Realtime Field Event Tracker

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How Does this App Work?


Individuals can use the page to add new meets as they come up.
On the page, use the Meet Filter dropdown to select the meet for that day. This will automatically filter all of the tables on the meet standings page and the sub pages for each event manager.

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Navigate to the respective event page (Men’s Triple Jump in example below)
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Add the athletes and associated team name by using the + or hitting enter
Note: Currently there are subpages (men and women) for Long, Triple, Shot Put, Discus and High Jump.
If the meet has other events (such as pole vault), the subpages can be duplicated. Simply change the event filter for each table view by selecting the new event and gender (there should only be one of each).
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Meet Standings

On the page, overall results for the meet as well as standings for each event will be pulled in and posted. These are auto-updated as the meet happens
Viewers can use the the filters on that page to update what information they want to see displayed here.
This page can be published for others to see.
This page can be locked to make sure no changes are made from this page.

Horizontal Events Subpages (Long Jump, Triple Jump, Shot Put, Discus, Hammer, Weight Throw, Javelin)

For each attempt, add in the the distance in meters for each attempt with 0 being as scratch.
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The results table below will auto-update as the event unfolds, including ranking the athletes if there are trials/finals.
At the completion of the event, the event manager should add the place and points awarded for each athlete who places in the event. (This is dependent on the type of event, dual, tri, invite and on potential ties)
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Vertical Jumps Sub Pages(High Jump, Pole Vault)

For each attempt height, add the height of the bar, in meters, in the current attempt number’s height column. (Ex: 1st Height)
In the current attempt number’s height attempts column (Ex: 1st Height Attempts), assign the athlete points according to the number of attempts it took to get over the bar
1 attempt to clear: 3 points
2 attempts to clear: 2 points
3 attempts to clear: 1 points
The default is 0 points and indicates that the athlete did not clear the bar
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The totals column has a very simple algorithm to calculate a score and help with ranking.
The table below the athletes entries sorts the rankings.
At the completion of the event, the event manager should add the place and points awarded for each athlete who places in the event. (This is dependent on the type of event, dual, tri, invite and on potential ties and other factors in the vertical jumps)
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Data Tables

The page is where all of the data is stored in the application. All other pages are views of this data.

Meet Filter: Filters the entire application to add and display results for the meet selected

There are 4 tables:
which stores basic meet information
Meet Column: Name of the meet
This value should be unique for each meet. If you have the same meet every year, add the year at the beginning.
Ex: 2021 Conference Invitational
Add all new events on the page.
and which store all of the information about the respective events.
New rows can be added in the event subpages or on the page,
Gender and event are automatically added saving time when adding athletes.
The Meet column is automatically added based on the filter on the Meet Filter. So set that first before adding new rows.
The Event column is a list with choices for the types of events that can happen in each table.
All other columns are information about that event and may include formulas to calculate specific items.
stores the aggregate scores for each team by gender

Ways to Extend this App

Add an athletes table to track all of the athletes
Add additional field event pages
Add the a running events table to track and display all of the running events for small schools or youth sports.
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