Using O-Lynx for a Motala

Vinton Wolfe – Georgia Orienteering Club Georgia Orienteering Club (GAOC) used O-Lynx Event as the standalone software for running a meet with 3 beginner/intermediate classic orienteering courses and a varied length Motala.  The Motala consisted of 4 loops with...

Providing a better download experience.

Having spent a lot of time at the download / results tents at events, I have tried to give O-Lynx the tools to make the download process as stress free as possible, for both the competitor and event organizers. Provide meaningful results with smart code checking. For...

Announcing O-Lynx Event/Results 2017

The latest 2017 version of the O-Lynx software was recently released to existing users.  This version is a significant enhancement over previous versions. In particular a lot of work has gone into making it possible to use O-Lynx for events without requiring any...

Handing out Sportident Chips on race day

We have timed a number of adventure races over the last year as it is a good fundraiser for the O club. The Sportident timing gear is ideal for recording split times through the sections of a race and making sure competitors visited all check-in points. One of the...

Support for Internet connected radios

O-Lynx Event software now supports getting punch information from Internet connected radios as described at http://olresultat.se. The radios were developed by Oskar Berg and Erik Berg who also kindly provide the webserver for people to use. The Radio Online Controls (...