What is RTRT.me?

RTRT.me provides Real-Time Race Tracking and other services for world class running and multi-sport events.

We are passionate and determined to build the best technology possible for the millions of participants, spectators, administrators and volunteers using RTRT around the globe.

Our unique platform was built from the ground up to meet the high-performance demands of the world's largest events. To date, RTRT.me has tracked 5,331,207 finishers in 730 events worldwide.

Features

Current RTRT.me features include:
> RTRT.me Mobile App with Live Push Notifications
> Web Tracker & Leaderboard
> Real-time Scoring & Results Hosting
> Social Media (Facebook/Twitter) & Email Live Updates
> SMS Live Updates (USA Only)
> Interactive Event Maps with Live Map Tracking
> Team Sign-Up and Live Team Scoring
> Event Director Dash
> Timer Utilities such as Manual Timing & Announcer
> Big-Screen ‘Send a Cheer’ Campaigns
> Live Leaderboard Scrolling Displays
> Volunteer/Staff Management System
> Roster Management, Packet Pickup, and Registration Confirmation Tools
> Live Data Feeds via our Web & TCP API
> Custom Timer, Event, or Event Series Mobile apps.
..many other specialized/custom software campaigns for events—just ask!

How can I use RTRT.me?

Participants & Spectators: If you are a Participant or Spectator of a particular event, please contact your event director or contact us to find out if RTRT.me services are available.

Hundreds of thousands of participants and spectators use RTRT.me every month. Perhaps you've seen our logo in a tracker, or maybe you've downloaded the RTRT.me Mobile App. Often, RTRT.me is working behind the scenes to power API's or rebranded experiences for event partners.

Event Directors & Timers: RTRT.me services are currently offered as "invite only" to a limited number of affiliates. Our goal is to open the platform to a larger audience soon. If you are an event administrator or timer who would like to be considered as candidate for invitation, or to be added to our mailing list, please contact us.

What's New?

Got Talent?

RTRT.me is hiring! We are looking for Web Software Developers & Event Operations Specialists. Candidates should be outgoing, energetic, enthusiastic, down-to-earth, positive thinkers, and open minded to new ideas about how to achieve solutions. Our events happen on weekends, so working on weekends and sometimes at odd hours should be something that fits your lifestyle. Yes, that's a long list of expectations, but this job can be a lot of fun!

If you share our passion for technology and/or events and think you have what it takes, please send us a note today.

Run for Charity

Participants, please check out these events that operate non-profit to raise funds and awareness for important causes.

Sign up and make the trip, you won't regret it!


Something to Cheer About

RTRT.me debuted a new service at the Chicago Marathon. We provided a campaign featuring a large display showing "messages of inspiration" as participants crossed a timing mat near the 16 mile mark.

Nearly 40,000 cheers were submitted via web and at expo kiosks. Administrators approved "appropriate" cheers via our console.

Cheers were timed to appear at an optimal viewing location according to the speed of the individual runner crossing. All cheers submitted were also sent to participants via email.

We really love this new feature and hope you will too. It was an amazing feeling to see so many happy faces!

Real-Time Event Apps​

RTRT's UK based timing partner TDL Event Services used RTRT.me to produce the 2016 Cardiff University Half Marathon Mobile App. The app was installed by over 15K users and received rave reviews--5 stars in the UK Apple App Store and a 4.2 rating in the Android Play Store.

Click here to see some of our favorite reviews.

RTRT.me has been providing services to power marathon mobile apps since founded in 2010. In fact, the first RTRT service was a highly-scalable real-time API for a mobile app used in the 2010 ING NYC Marathon. Events like the TCS New York City Marathon (2010-2016) and the Chicago Marathon (2013-2016) continue to use RTRT APIs for this purpose.

In 2014, we released our own Mobile App which has been used by hundreds of events worldwide.

For more information, please contact us.