All-American Long Course Championships in Austin

All-American Long Course Championships in Austin

Post by Dave Bro » Sat, 02 Dec 1995 04:00:00


I have posted the first day's results of the
All-American meet in progress in Austin on WWW.  A
number of elite teams (mostly colleges) are
participating in this (hopefully) Olympic Trials
qualifier.  Fer instance, Texas, Michigan, Stanford
women, USC women, Indiana, Arkansas, Badger, Phoenix,
etc.

Results are on the Austin Swimming page at:
     http://www.realtime.net/~dhbrown

--
Dave Brown   Austin, TX

 
 
 

All-American Long Course Championships in Austin

Post by Dave Bro » Sun, 03 Dec 1995 04:00:00

:I have posted the first day's results of the
:All-American meet in progress in Austin on WWW.  A
:number of elite teams (mostly colleges) are
:articipating in this (hopefully) Olympic Trials
:qualifier.  Fer instance, Texas, Michigan, Stanford
:women, USC women, Indiana, Arkansas, Badger, Phoenix,
:etc.

Results are on the Austin Swimming page at:
     http://www.realtime.net/~dhbrown

Day Two results are there now.

--
Dave Brown   Austin, TX

 
 
 

All-American Long Course Championships in Austin

Post by Adam Brid » Tue, 05 Dec 1995 04:00:00

Quote:

> :I have posted the first day's results of the
> :All-American meet in progress in Austin on WWW.  A
> :number of elite teams (mostly colleges) are
> :articipating in this (hopefully) Olympic Trials
> :qualifier.  Fer instance, Texas, Michigan, Stanford
> :women, USC women, Indiana, Arkansas, Badger, Phoenix,
> :etc.

> Results are on the Austin Swimming page at:
>      http://www.realtime.net/~dhbrown

Thank you very much for taking the time/trouble to post these results.
I'm interested in HOW you did it.  Did you scan in the resulls or does the
meet management system you're using output a text file that you import?
I'm going to be doing the 1997 Western Zone meet and want to get results
from the computer to the Net as quickly as possible.  I need to know what
features to press Don Sanbeck for in his SAMMS program.

Thanks,

Adam Bridge

 
 
 

All-American Long Course Championships in Austin

Post by Dave Bro » Mon, 11 Dec 1995 04:00:00



Quote:

>Thank you very much for taking the time/trouble to post these results.
>I'm interested in HOW you did it.  Did you scan in the resulls or does the
>meet management system you're using output a text file that you import?
>I'm going to be doing the 1997 Western Zone meet and want to get results
>from the computer to the Net as quickly as possible.  I need to know what
>features to press Don Sanbeck for in his SAMMS program.

>Thanks,

>Adam Bridge

We use Bob Clausen's meet management program at the Texas Swim Center.  I
send the results to a file, then use a Unix utility called "sed" to remove
certain extraneous parts of the printout.  "sed" is a stream editor
available from various ftp sites both in Unix (Linux) and PC DOS versions.
You put edit statements in a separate file and then sed do the work.  A
little bit tricky the first time.  I've done the same for HyTek output...
it just takes more work.

Get yourself a college student or computer geek (like me) who knows "sed".

--
Dave Brown   Austin, TX