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Tryptophan Half Marathon and 10K-5K 2020

    How do you Find Your Picture? There are several ways!

  1. Do you know your race number?
  2. Do you know your finishing time?
    Your finishing time is based on the clock start time and not necessarily on your RFID/Chip time.
  3. Race Final Results
  4. You can look through all pictures.
  5. Do you know the Picture Number?
  6. Do you know the Picture Name?
  7. Please try the new Color Analysis!
  • See the graph distribution of pictures for the entire race.
  • View the performance of all pictures
    View the entire picture gallery for this race.
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    My time is based on the time offset from the start of the race. We typically have a photographer slightly before the finish line.
    So, if you finished the race in exactly 30 minutes, you should look between 29 and 30 minutes because that's when you passed the photographers.

    What was your finishing time? :
              
    Don't put in any letters, just the number. Example: E426 should just be 426.
    I have already sampled hundreds of distinct colors from the photos and provide this as an experimental method for finding pictures.

    By pre-calculating the primary colors(RGB) and adding their location in the photo to a database, you are able to select one or more clothing colors that you wore at the event. Then, the system quickly scans for photos colors with a proximity to the right place in the photo.


    This especially helpful if you did not have a race number visible AND were wearing interesting clothes. Black and or white clothes are statistically irrelevant.

    Give it a try!

    If there are 5,000 images of a race you can go right to the 2500th
    picture using the below form.

    Do you know the name of the picture?
    It should look like TSP_XXXXXX.JPG, where the X's are numbers.

    TSP_.JPG