Statistics, Exporting & Elevation

Export fence numbers to scoring system

If your scoring system has a bulk import function you can save a lot of typing and avoid errors by extracting the fence numbers directly from the course

Step by Step

  1. Upload the course from CrossCountry App to the Toolkit
  2. Open the course in the Toolkit
  3. Tap the stats button
  4. Stats
  5. Tap Export and the drop down 'Efforts only as csv'
  6. export
  7. Save the csv file
  8. Open the csv file and copy the columns you require
  9. Stats
  10. Paste them into your scoring system

Reverse a Track

You may wish to run a course in the opposite direction. You can swap the start and finish, then add the fences back in. At the moment it is not possible to reverse a course with all its fences but we are looking into this

Step by Step

  1. Open the course in the Toolkit (Upload it first if necessary)
  2. Tap the stats button
  3. Stats
  4. Tap Export and the drop down 'Track only as KML'
  5. export
  6. Save the KML file
  7. Go to this free bikehike website
  8. Under Mapping Controls on the right, tap Load Route, choose your KML file and tap Upload Route
  9. Tap Reverse Route, then Save Route and Download as type KML (note this is not the default type so you will need to change it
  10. Import the new route into the Toolkit

Statistics, export track & lists

Video Tutorial

Including how to export a track to KML and a fence list to CSV.

Visualise elevation using Google Earth

Exporting a course to Google Earth is a powerful way to see terrain and precise gradients and where fences are positioned on uphill or downhill slopes. If you are a rider going to a new event, check how hilly it is so you can make sure your horse is fit


Video Tutorial

Export fence photos as zip file

You can save all the photos from a course to your computer for use by XC control, to add to an asset register and to compare undressed vs dressed fences

Step by Step

  1. Upload the course from CrossCountry App to the Toolkit
  2. Open the Toolkit on your desktop, tablet or smartphone.
  3. Login with your email address and password. You will be automatically logged in next time you use the toolkit
  4. Open the course in the Toolkit
  5. Select the Advanced Tab
  6. Zip
  7. Tap Images Download as zip and save to your computer
  8. On your computer, tap the zip file to unzip it
  9. If jumps have no names they will be named 1,2, 3 etc You can have multiple shots of the same jump
  10. list with numbers
  11. If jumps have names the files will be named accordingly
  12. list with names
  13. Scroll conveniently through the photos in the folder (MacBook example)
  14. view photos