The only problem with it is that if you want it to do labels, meet
results, etc., you have to get the other team using it too. In other
words, your whole league needs to be using it. (Or at least, that's how I
understand it. Talk to Kevin!)
It runs on DOS, and requires a 386. It has some nice features - ability
to set everything up on a desktop system, and then transfer files to a
laptop for running the meet, and back to the desktop for reports, etc.
Lots of reports, etc. Can also be set up to do special meets like
invitationals, championships, etc. with more than two teams. I believe it
runs on a Paradox run-time module.
I'm sure Kevin also has an email address, though I don't know what it is.
If you contact him, tell him that I gave you his number...
If you would like to see the free demonstration disks or either or both of
these widely used programs, just email me your postal address and I will