MyFreelap App User Guide

INTRODUCTION

• GENERAL

The Freelap automatic timing system relies on the use of your Freelap products in combination with the MyFreelap app.

MyFreelap app is available for FREE download:
• On App Store
• On Google Play Store
It can therefore be used on all types of IOS or Android mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, connected watches)
Compatible mobile devices:
– iOS: iPhone 5 and higher, with iOS 11 and higher
– Android: with Bluetooth 4.0 and Android 5.0 and higher.

This app lets you :
Detect your Freelap devices and start a workout
View the results live on your mobile device throughout the workout (Live)
Collect and save all data collected by your Freelap devices

MyFreelap is also accessible from the web via your account on myfreelap.com

Your MyFreelap web account and app also let you :
Edit your profile
Set up your general settings
Create training groups and share workouts with members
Create starting lists
Create distance templates (to get speed data)
Inform you via notifications
Set up workouts (in advance, or on site with the app)
View all the data collected during the workout
Save, store and export all data (export only available from the web)

MyFreelap app can be used offline, but it requires the activation of the Bluetooth function on your mobile device.

In this documentation you will find the steps of using MyFreelap, as well as these different features.

• COMPATIBLE DEVICES

MyFreelap is compatible with all your Freelap products.
The app can be used on all types of mobile devices with IOS or Android (smartphones, tablets, connected watches).

The app detects via Bluetooth your BLE Freelap devices :

 Your Freelap Bluetooth transponders:
FxChip BLE, FxSwim
Your Bluetooth transponders detect the transmitters crossed by the athlete, and transmit automatically all the timing data via bluetooth to your mobile device, thanks to MyFreelap app.

 Your Relay Coach BLE (which centralizes the information collected by your standard FxChip transponders):
Relay Coach BLE + FxChip
The non-Bluetooth transponders detect the transmitters crossed by the athlete, and transmit automatically all the timing data to your Relay Coach BLE via radio transmission. Then, your Relay Coach BLE instantly transmits this information via Bluetooth to your mobile device using MyFreelap app.

The system also uses:

 Freelap transmitters:
Tx Touch Pro, Tx Junior Pro, Tx Pro Track, Tx Gate Pro, CxUnit + CxFlag, Tx H2O Pro, Tx FullTrack Pro, Tx PowerTrack Pro
The Freelap transmitters are coded: START, LAP, FINISH, and are placed on the course according to their function. They let you get both your lap times and your split times.
Transmitters emit a magnetic field detected automatically by your transponder during its passage. The timing data is instantly recorded by your transponder.
When using Freelap system, you must have at least 1 transmitter with the code “Finish” on your course. This code is used to send the data to MyFreelap app.

  The heart rate belt:
Swim Belt (Swimming only)
Thanks to its electrodes, this belt lets you measure all the beats of the swimmer’s heart during the training. Data is transmitted via low frequencies to the swimmer’s FxSwim transponder. The FxSwim then automatically transmits (instantly and continuously) heart rate, via bluetooth to your mobile device thanks to MyFreelap app.

• UPDATE

When a MyFreelap update is available, you will be notified via notification on your MyFreelap account. To access your notifications, go to your MyFreelap app or your MyFreelap web account. Then click on the “Notifications” tab.
Also we inform you of the updates available, and other news, on our Twitter account, do not hesitate to follow us!

To update the MyFreelap app, go to your app store on your mobile device, search for the MyFreelap app and click on “update”.
>> Detailed video tutorial

GET STARTED

• ACCOUNT AND CONNECTION

1/ DOWNLOAD MYFREELAP APP
The Freelap system relies on the MyFreelap app. Therefore, you have to download this app on your mobile device(s) (FREE).
• From App Store
From Google Play Store

2/ CREATE A MYFREELAP ACCOUNT
Open MyFreelap app. At the bottom of the screen, click on “Register”.
(Or you can create your account from the web with your computer at www.myfreelap.com)
Create your account by filling out your email and choosing a password / or register quickly with Facebook or Google.
Go to your email address to confirm your registration.

3/ CONNECT TO THE APP
Sign in to your MyFreelap account. Then, turn on the Bluetooth function and the location on your mobile device.
You are ready to use the app!

4/ START !
Make your settings from your MyFreelap web account or from the app. Turn on your Freelap devices and install them on your course as needed. Finally, start training and receiving data through the app.
> These steps are explained one by one below.

Find all the tutorial videos on our Youtube Channel 

SETTINGS AND FEATURES:

• GENERAL SETTINGS

> Detailed video tutorial : How to access & modify the general settings

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Settings” tab.

 My profile : Click on the arrow to access and modify your profile
 Start list : Click on the arrow to access the “Start list” functionality (allowing you to create / manage start lists. This lets you simply select one of your lists so that the app automatically and only detects the transponders of athletes from the selected list. This also lets you rename your athletes’ transponders using initials.)
Distance : Click on the arrow to access the “Distance” functionality (allowing you to create / manage models of distances to obtain speed data / total swim length data for swimming)
  Time format: Check the desired time format – 24H or 12H (am / pm)
 Speed: Check the desired speed unit – m/s or km/h or mph
 Full screen mode: Check the desired option in full screen mode
– For FxSwim: Choose the number of IDs (swimmers) whose results you want to see  live in full screen mode (1/2/4)
– For other devices choose the number of Laps to display live in full screen mode (1/2/4)
BLE device: Choose from the list the type of BLE device you use by default – FxChip BLE / FxSwim / Relay Coach BLE
Language: Choose your language from the list
“Keep me updated about Freelap products, news and promotions”: Swipe right to receive Freelap notifications (swipe left to not receive anything)
 Version number : here is the version number of your MyFreelap app
 Sign out : Click on “Sign out” to log out of your MyFreelap account

Your changes are automatically saved.

In the menu on the left, click on “Settings”.

  Time format: Check the desired time format – 24H or 12H (am / pm)
  Speed: Check the desired speed unit – m/s or km/h or mph
  BLE device: Choose from the list the type of BLE device you use by default – FxChip BLE / FxSwim / Relay Coach BLE
  Language: Choose your language from the list
  “Keep me updated about Freelap products, news and promotions”: Click on /off  to receive (or not)  Freelap notifications
  Full screen mode: Click on the desired option in full screen mode
– For FxSwim: Choose the number of IDs (swimmers) whose results you want to see  live in full screen mode (1/2/4)
– For other devices choose the number of Laps to display live in full screen mode (1/2/4)

  Save : Click on “Save” to save your changes

+ APP

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Settings” tab.

 My profile : Click on the arrow to access and modify your profile
 Start list : Click on the arrow to access the “Start list” functionality (allowing you to create / manage start lists. This lets you simply select one of your lists so that the app automatically and only detects the transponders of athletes from the selected list. This also lets you rename your athletes’ transponders using initials.)
Distance : Click on the arrow to access the “Distance” functionality (allowing you to create / manage models of distances to obtain speed data / total swim length data for swimming)
  Time format: Check the desired time format – 24H or 12H (am / pm)
 Speed: Check the desired speed unit – m/s or km/h or mph
 Full screen mode: Check the desired option in full screen mode
– For FxSwim: Choose the number of IDs (swimmers) whose results you want to see  live in full screen mode (1/2/4)
– For other devices choose the number of Laps to display live in full screen mode (1/2/4)
BLE device: Choose from the list the type of BLE device you use by default – FxChip BLE / FxSwim / Relay Coach BLE
Language: Choose your language from the list
“Keep me updated about Freelap products, news and promotions”: Swipe right to receive Freelap notifications (swipe left to not receive anything)
 Version number : here is the version number of your MyFreelap app
 Sign out : Click on “Sign out” to log out of your MyFreelap account

Your changes are automatically saved.

+ WEB

In the menu on the left, click on “Settings”.

  Time format: Check the desired time format – 24H or 12H (am / pm)
  Speed: Check the desired speed unit – m/s or km/h or mph
  BLE device: Choose from the list the type of BLE device you use by default – FxChip BLE / FxSwim / Relay Coach BLE
  Language: Choose your language from the list
  “Keep me updated about Freelap products, news and promotions”: Click on /off  to receive (or not)  Freelap notifications
  Full screen mode: Click on the desired option in full screen mode
– For FxSwim: Choose the number of IDs (swimmers) whose results you want to see  live in full screen mode (1/2/4)
– For other devices choose the number of Laps to display live in full screen mode (1/2/4)

  Save : Click on “Save” to save your changes

• PROFILE

> Detailed video tutorial : How to access & modify my profil

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Settings” tab.
Then click on the line “My profile”.

Enter your:

  First name
  Last name
  Address
  Gender
  Birthday
  Initials (used to rename your transponders)
  Preferred sport
  Upload your profile picture by clicking on the round avatar

Then click on the icon at the top right, to save your changes.

In the menu on the left, click on “My profile”.

Enter your:

  First name
  Last name
  Address
  Sex
  Birthday
  Initials (used to rename your transponder)
  Favorite sport
  E-mail
  Username
  Upload your profile picture (click on “Choose File”)

Then click on the “SAVE” button at the bottom right of the screen, to save your changes.

+ APP

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Settings” tab.
Then click on the line “My profile”.

Enter your:

  First name
  Last name
  Address
  Gender
  Birthday
  Initials (used to rename your transponders)
  Preferred sport
  Upload your profile picture by clicking on the round avatar

Then click on the icon at the top right, to save your changes.

+ WEB

In the menu on the left, click on “My profile”.

Enter your:

  First name
  Last name
  Address
  Sex
  Birthday
  Initials (used to rename your transponder)
  Favorite sport
  E-mail
  Username
  Upload your profile picture (click on “Choose File”)

Then click on the “SAVE” button at the bottom right of the screen, to save your changes.

• GROUPS

The “Groups” feature allows you to create / manage training groups. This lets you easily share the results of your workouts with members of your groups.

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Groups” tab.

1/ CREATE A GROUP :

To create a group, click on the icon at the top of the screen.

Enter :

•  Name of the group
•  Favorite sport
•  Description of the group
•  Click on the icon to download a picture of the group.
•  Then click on “CREATE” at the top right.

To add a member to this new group: Click on the icon at the top right. Then, in the search bar that appears, type the name or username or email address of the member you want to add, and select it from the list.

To validate it click on the icon . The member will be informed by notification.

The “add member” feature is only available to the member who created the group (admin). To add a member to a group, the member must have a MyFreelap account (free and accessible to everyone ).

training groups - Freelap professional timing system for sports training

2/ LIST OF YOUR GROUPS  :

On this screen is displayed the list of the group(s) you are part of.
Click on the group on which you want information.

3/ CONSULT AND MODIFY A GROUP :

> The “ACTIVITIES” tab: displays the list of workouts related to this group.
> The “MEMBERS” tab: displays the list of members of the group.

From the icon  on the top right you can:
•  Edit group: change the group name, photo and description.
The “edit group” feature is only available to the member who created the group (admin).
•  Leave the group.
To add a member to this group: proceed as explained previously in the section “CREATE A GROUP”

4/ How am I informed when I’m invited to join a group ? 

You will receive a notification !
 To view your notifications : click on the icon on the top right of the screen .
> More info about the notifications

5/ SHARE A WORKOUT WITH A GROUP

•  To share a workout with a group :
– In the list of your workouts, click on the workout you want to share 
– On the top right of the screen, click on the icon  , then on “Share”
Click on the group you want to share with

•  Members are informed via notification, and your workout appear in the list of their workouts. They can click on it to view the data.

6/ view a workout shared by a group

•  When a member of your group share a workout with you, you are informed via notification.
•  The shared workout appear in your list of workouts. Simply click on it to view the detailed data.
•  The icon on a workout means that it is a shared workout (which you are not the author).

In the menu on the left, click on “Groups”.

1/ CREATE A GROUP :

•   To create a group: Click on the icon at the top of the screen.

Enter :

Name of the group
Favorite sport
Description of the group
Click on the icon to download a photo of the group.
Click on the “CREATE” button.

To add a member to this group: click on the icon .
Then, in the search bar that appears, type the name or username or email address of the member you want to add, and select it from the list.

To validate it, click on the “ADD” button. The member will be informed by notification.

The “add member” feature is only available to the member who created the group (admin).

2/ LIST OF YOUR GROUPS :

On this screen is displayed the list of the group(s) you are part of.

3/ SEE AND MODIFY A GROUP :

On this screen is displayed the list of the group(s) you are part of.

To see the list of members of a group: click on the desired group.

To edit the group (change the name of the group, the photo and the description): click on the icon in front of the desired group name.

The “edit group” function is only accessible to the member who created the group (admin).

To leave the group: click on the icon .

To add a member to this group: proceed as explained previously in the section “CREATE A GROUP”

+ APP

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Groups” tab.

1/ CREATE A GROUP :

To create a group, click on the icon at the top of the screen.

Enter :

•  Name of the group
•  Favorite sport
•  Description of the group
•  Click on the icon to download a picture of the group.
•  Then click on “CREATE” at the top right.

To add a member to this new group: Click on the icon at the top right. Then, in the search bar that appears, type the name or username or email address of the member you want to add, and select it from the list.

To validate it click on the icon . The member will be informed by notification.

The “add member” feature is only available to the member who created the group (admin). To add a member to a group, the member must have a MyFreelap account (free and accessible to everyone ).

training groups - Freelap professional timing system for sports training

2/ LIST OF YOUR GROUPS  :

On this screen is displayed the list of the group(s) you are part of.
Click on the group on which you want information.

3/ CONSULT AND MODIFY A GROUP :

> The “ACTIVITIES” tab: displays the list of workouts related to this group.
> The “MEMBERS” tab: displays the list of members of the group.

From the icon  on the top right you can:
•  Edit group: change the group name, photo and description.
The “edit group” feature is only available to the member who created the group (admin).
•  Leave the group.
To add a member to this group: proceed as explained previously in the section “CREATE A GROUP”

4/ How am I informed when I’m invited to join a group ? 

You will receive a notification !
 To view your notifications : click on the icon on the top right of the screen .
> More info about the notifications

5/ SHARE A WORKOUT WITH A GROUP

•  To share a workout with a group :
– In the list of your workouts, click on the workout you want to share 
– On the top right of the screen, click on the icon  , then on “Share”
Click on the group you want to share with

•  Members are informed via notification, and your workout appear in the list of their workouts. They can click on it to view the data.

6/ view a workout shared by a group

•  When a member of your group share a workout with you, you are informed via notification.
•  The shared workout appear in your list of workouts. Simply click on it to view the detailed data.
•  The icon on a workout means that it is a shared workout (which you are not the author).

+ WEB

In the menu on the left, click on “Groups”.

1/ CREATE A GROUP :

•   To create a group: Click on the icon at the top of the screen.

Enter :

Name of the group
Favorite sport
Description of the group
Click on the icon to download a photo of the group.
Click on the “CREATE” button.

To add a member to this group: click on the icon .
Then, in the search bar that appears, type the name or username or email address of the member you want to add, and select it from the list.

To validate it, click on the “ADD” button. The member will be informed by notification.

The “add member” feature is only available to the member who created the group (admin).

2/ LIST OF YOUR GROUPS :

On this screen is displayed the list of the group(s) you are part of.

3/ SEE AND MODIFY A GROUP :

On this screen is displayed the list of the group(s) you are part of.

To see the list of members of a group: click on the desired group.

To edit the group (change the name of the group, the photo and the description): click on the icon in front of the desired group name.

The “edit group” function is only accessible to the member who created the group (admin).

To leave the group: click on the icon .

To add a member to this group: proceed as explained previously in the section “CREATE A GROUP”

• START LISTS

The “start list” feature lets you create / manage start lists that list the athletes who are taking part in your training.

 When you are on site, you just have to choose one of your start lists and the app will detect automatically, and only, transponders of athletes from the selected list.
If you do not have entered a start list, the app will collect data from all athletes using a Freelap transponder nearby.

 It also allows you to rename transponders of your athletes with initials. Then, you will know at a glance which athlete the collected data matches.

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Settings” tab.
Then click on “Start List”.

1/ CREATE A START LIST :

To create a new start list click on the icon at the top right. Enter the name of your start list, and click on “ADD“.
To add an athlete to the start list: click on the icon at the bottom of the list.

Then enter:
> ID: Enter the ID (identifier) ​​of the transponder of the athlete. This is a sequence of 2 letters – 4 digits (each transponder has a unique ID, written roughly on its face).
> INITIALS: Enter the initials (short name – max 4 characters) of the athlete. This will allow you to know (more easily than with just the ID) which athlete matches the results displayed.
To validate it : click on the “✓” icon in front of the athlete you want to add.

You can also add athletes to a start list using Bluetooth.
Only available for FxChip BLE and FxSwim:

Put your FxChip BLE at least 5 seconds in the detection field of a transmitter (whatever code). The LED flashes and you have 2 minutes to detect it with the app (after 2 minutes the FxChip BLE switches to standby mode and can no longer be detected).

From the app – start list: Click on the icon   on the right, and then, in the list of bluetooth devices that appears, click on the transponder ID corresponding to the athlete you want to add.

Repeat the procedure as many times as there are athletes to add to the list.

You can leave the detection field of the transmitter before the end of the 2 minutes if the ID has already been detected.

Press 3 times on the central button of your FxSwim while it is on standby mode. The LED flashes and you have 2 minutes to detect it with the app (after 2 minutes the FxSwim switches to standby mode again and can no longer be detected).

From the app – start list: Click on the icon   on the right, and then, in the list of bluetooth devices that appears, click on the transponder ID corresponding to the athlete you want to add.

Repeat the procedure as many times as there are athletes to add to the list.

You can put your FxSwim on standby mode before the end of  the 2 minutes if the ID has already been detected.

2/ SEE OR MODIFY YOUR START LIST :

On this screen are displayed your start lists.
To see the members of a start list: click on the desired start list.
To remove an athlete from the start list: click on the icon   in front of the athlete’s ID you want to delete.
To add an athlete to the start list: proceed as explained previously in the section “CREATE A START LIST – Add an athlete to the start list”
To delete a start list: Click on the icon next to the name of the start list you want to delete.

In the menu on the left, click on “Start list”.

1/ CREATE A START LIST :

• To create a new start list: click on the icon at the top right. Then enter the name of your start list, and click on the “✓” icon.
• To add athletes to the start list: click on the icon at the bottom.
Then enter:
> ID: Enter the ID (identifier) ​​of the transponder of the athlete. This is a sequence of 2 letters – 4 digits (each transponder has a unique ID, written roughly on its face).
> INITIALS: Enter the initials (short name – max 4 characters) of the athlete. This will allow you to know (more easily than just with ID) which athlete matches the results displayed.
• To validate: click on the “✓” icon next to the athlete you want to add.

Repeat the procedure as many times as there are athletes to add to the list.

2/ SEE OR MODIFY YOUR START LIST :

On this screen are displayed your start lists.
To see the members of a start list: click on the desired start list.
To remove an athlete from the start list: click on the icon   in front of the athlete’s ID you want to delete.
To add an athlete to the start list: proceed as explained previously in the section “CREATE A START LIST – Add an athlete to the start list”
To delete a start list: Click on the icon next to the name of the start list you want to delete.

+ APP

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Settings” tab.
Then click on “Start List”.

1/ CREATE A START LIST :

To create a new start list click on the icon at the top right. Enter the name of your start list, and click on “ADD“.
To add an athlete to the start list: click on the icon at the bottom of the list.

Then enter:
> ID: Enter the ID (identifier) ​​of the transponder of the athlete. This is a sequence of 2 letters – 4 digits (each transponder has a unique ID, written roughly on its face).
> INITIALS: Enter the initials (short name – max 4 characters) of the athlete. This will allow you to know (more easily than with just the ID) which athlete matches the results displayed.
To validate it : click on the “✓” icon in front of the athlete you want to add.

You can also add athletes to a start list using Bluetooth.
Only available for FxChip BLE and FxSwim:

Put your FxChip BLE at least 5 seconds in the detection field of a transmitter (whatever code). The LED flashes and you have 2 minutes to detect it with the app (after 2 minutes the FxChip BLE switches to standby mode and can no longer be detected).

From the app – start list: Click on the icon   on the right, and then, in the list of bluetooth devices that appears, click on the transponder ID corresponding to the athlete you want to add.

Repeat the procedure as many times as there are athletes to add to the list.

You can leave the detection field of the transmitter before the end of the 2 minutes if the ID has already been detected.

Press 3 times on the central button of your FxSwim while it is on standby mode. The LED flashes and you have 2 minutes to detect it with the app (after 2 minutes the FxSwim switches to standby mode again and can no longer be detected).

From the app – start list: Click on the icon   on the right, and then, in the list of bluetooth devices that appears, click on the transponder ID corresponding to the athlete you want to add.

Repeat the procedure as many times as there are athletes to add to the list.

You can put your FxSwim on standby mode before the end of  the 2 minutes if the ID has already been detected.

2/ SEE OR MODIFY YOUR START LIST :

On this screen are displayed your start lists.
To see the members of a start list: click on the desired start list.
To remove an athlete from the start list: click on the icon   in front of the athlete’s ID you want to delete.
To add an athlete to the start list: proceed as explained previously in the section “CREATE A START LIST – Add an athlete to the start list”
To delete a start list: Click on the icon next to the name of the start list you want to delete.

+ WEB

In the menu on the left, click on “Start list”.

1/ CREATE A START LIST :

• To create a new start list: click on the icon at the top right. Then enter the name of your start list, and click on the “✓” icon.
• To add athletes to the start list: click on the icon at the bottom.
Then enter:
> ID: Enter the ID (identifier) ​​of the transponder of the athlete. This is a sequence of 2 letters – 4 digits (each transponder has a unique ID, written roughly on its face).
> INITIALS: Enter the initials (short name – max 4 characters) of the athlete. This will allow you to know (more easily than just with ID) which athlete matches the results displayed.
• To validate: click on the “✓” icon next to the athlete you want to add.

Repeat the procedure as many times as there are athletes to add to the list.

2/ SEE OR MODIFY YOUR START LIST :

On this screen are displayed your start lists.
To see the members of a start list: click on the desired start list.
To remove an athlete from the start list: click on the icon   in front of the athlete’s ID you want to delete.
To add an athlete to the start list: proceed as explained previously in the section “CREATE A START LIST – Add an athlete to the start list”
To delete a start list: Click on the icon next to the name of the start list you want to delete.

• DISTANCES

The “Distances” feature lets you create / manage distance templates.

Once you are on site, simply select one of your distance templates to get your average speed, in addition to your time. For swimming, this feature lets you know the total swimming distance covered during the training.
•  If the distance between each transmitters is always the same: enter the desired distance, once.
•  If the distance between the transmitters varies: enter each of the distances, respecting the order of passage.

If you do not enter a distance template, the speed data (or distance covered for swimming) will not be available.

Examples for track and fields :

– For 1 passage of 4x100M
Create a distance template, and add 1 distance of 100M
You will get the average speeds on each of the 4 intermediate passages of 100M.

– For 1 passage comprising 50M, then 100M, then 50M:
Create a distance template, and add a distance of 50M + a distance of 100M + a distance of 50M.
You will get the average speeds on each of the 3 intermediate passages (50, 100, and 50M)

Example for swimming :

– In a pool of 50m, you want to get your data on passages of 50m.
Create a distance template, and add 1 single distance of 50M.
You will obtain the total swimming length covered throughout the training.

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Settings” tab.
Then click on the line “Distance”.

1/ CREATE A DISTANCE TEMPLATE :

• To create a new distance template click on the icon at the top right. Enter the name of your distance template, and click on “Add”.
• To add distances to your distance template: click on the icon at the bottom. Enter the first distance, and click on the icon “✓”  in front.

Repeat the procedure as many times as there are distances to add to the template.

2/ SEE OR MODIFY A DISTANCE TEMPLATE :

This screen displays your saved distance templates.

• To see the detail of a distance template: click on the desired distance template.
• To remove a distance from the template: click on the icon   in front of the distance you want to deleted.
• To add an intermediate distance: click on the icon   at the bottom.
• To change a distance: change the distance and click on the “✓” icon in front of it.
• To delete a distance template: click on the icon   next to the name of the template you want to deleted.

In the menu on the left, click on “Distance”.

1/ CREATE A DISTANCE TEMPLATE :

• To create a new distance template: click on the icon  at the top right. Then enter the name of your distance template, and click on the icon “✓” in front of it.
• To add distances to your distance template: click on the icon   at the bottom. Enter the first distance, and click on the icon “✓” in front of it.

Repeat the procedure as many times as there are distances to add to the template.

 

2/ SEE OR MODIFY A DISTANCE TEMPLATE :

This screen displays your saved distance templates.

• To see the detail of a distance template: click on the desired distance template.
• To remove a distance from the template: click on the icon  in front of the distance you want to deleted.
• To add an intermediate distance: click on the icon at the bottom.
• To change a distance: change the distance and click on the “✓” icon in front of it.
• To delete a distance template: click on the icon next to the name of the template you want to deleted.

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In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Settings” tab.
Then click on the line “Distance”.

1/ CREATE A DISTANCE TEMPLATE :

• To create a new distance template click on the icon at the top right. Enter the name of your distance template, and click on “Add”.
• To add distances to your distance template: click on the icon at the bottom. Enter the first distance, and click on the icon “✓”  in front.

Repeat the procedure as many times as there are distances to add to the template.

2/ SEE OR MODIFY A DISTANCE TEMPLATE :

This screen displays your saved distance templates.

• To see the detail of a distance template: click on the desired distance template.
• To remove a distance from the template: click on the icon   in front of the distance you want to deleted.
• To add an intermediate distance: click on the icon   at the bottom.
• To change a distance: change the distance and click on the “✓” icon in front of it.
• To delete a distance template: click on the icon   next to the name of the template you want to deleted.

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In the menu on the left, click on “Distance”.

1/ CREATE A DISTANCE TEMPLATE :

• To create a new distance template: click on the icon  at the top right. Then enter the name of your distance template, and click on the icon “✓” in front of it.
• To add distances to your distance template: click on the icon   at the bottom. Enter the first distance, and click on the icon “✓” in front of it.

Repeat the procedure as many times as there are distances to add to the template.

 

2/ SEE OR MODIFY A DISTANCE TEMPLATE :

This screen displays your saved distance templates.

• To see the detail of a distance template: click on the desired distance template.
• To remove a distance from the template: click on the icon  in front of the distance you want to deleted.
• To add an intermediate distance: click on the icon at the bottom.
• To change a distance: change the distance and click on the “✓” icon in front of it.
• To delete a distance template: click on the icon next to the name of the template you want to deleted.

NEW

• TEAM ROSTER

> Detailed Video tutorial

Using the Team Roster feature, a coach can time a group of athletes using one or more chips and automatically associate the athlete’s names with their times.  Each new time received by the app will be associated with the next athlete on the roster, independent of the chip ID.  Using the app, the coach can skip an athlete on the roster if the athlete is not present, or skip randomly to another athlete on the roster.  The coach can upload multiple Team Rosters and name them (e.g. sprinters, hurdlers, offence, defense).

When the app gets to the end of the roster, it automatically cycles to the beginning of the roster, thus allowing each athlete to run multiple times.

1/ CREATE AN ORDERED LIST OF YOUR ATHLETES :

On your computer, create a list of athlete names using either a spreadsheet app like Excel and export it to .csv format or an app like Notepad and export to a .txt file.
Enter each athlete name on a separate row in the file.  Enter the athlete names in the order you want them to perform the drill. /! \ Only use one column, containing the names of the athletes. Do not create a column containing numbers. In the screenshot, the numbers are simply the row numbers, generated automatically by the spreadsheet.

2/ IMPORT YOUR LIST

On your computer, log into your account at myfreelap.com and upload the roster as shown in the figure below.

•  In the left menu, click on “Team Roster list ”, then click on the icon  to add a Roster.
• Enter the name of your list and click on the icon . Then, click on the icon  to import your Roster.

• Click on the button “choose file” to choose your file on your computer. Then, click on the yellow button “IMPORT”.

Wait a few seconds, your list appears.

Note : if you want to add / remove athletes, you must edit your .csv file and upload the new one by clicking on the  icon  at the bottom.

> How to create a workout using the “Team Roster” feature ? > NEXT STEP

• NOTIFICATIONS

The “Notification” feature lets you be informed, via notifications, of:

invitations to join a group
• events related to a group (training shared)
• MyFreelap updates available

Training list and timing data - MyFreelap timing app

• To view your notifications: click on the icon at the top right of the screen. The number of unread notifications is displayed next to the icon.

Your list of notifications is displayed, from the most recent to the oldest.

• When a member of your group has shared a workout, you can click on the “Go to Session” button to see the workout.

• When you are notified that a new version of MyFreelap is available, you can click the “Go to Store” button to install the available update.

• To delete all notifications: click on the icon at the top right of the screen.

In the menu on the left, click on “Notification”.
The number in parentheses shows the number of unread notifications.

The table displays the list of your notifications, from the most recent to the oldest.

• “N °”: simply indicates the number of the notification.
• “Message”: displays the message of the notification
• “Date and time”: displays the date and time of receipt of the notification.
• “Action”: displays the possible actions:
    – To delete a notification: click on the icon .
    – When a workout was shared with you by a member of your group, this icon appears. Click on it to view the shared workout.
• To delete all notifications: click on the yellow “Delete” button at the top.

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Training list and timing data - MyFreelap timing app

• To view your notifications: click on the icon at the top right of the screen. The number of unread notifications is displayed next to the icon.

Your list of notifications is displayed, from the most recent to the oldest.

• When a member of your group has shared a workout, you can click on the “Go to Session” button to see the workout.

• When you are notified that a new version of MyFreelap is available, you can click the “Go to Store” button to install the available update.

• To delete all notifications: click on the icon at the top right of the screen.

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In the menu on the left, click on “Notification”.
The number in parentheses shows the number of unread notifications.

The table displays the list of your notifications, from the most recent to the oldest.

• “N °”: simply indicates the number of the notification.
• “Message”: displays the message of the notification
• “Date and time”: displays the date and time of receipt of the notification.
• “Action”: displays the possible actions:
    – To delete a notification: click on the icon .
    – When a workout was shared with you by a member of your group, this icon appears. Click on it to view the shared workout.
• To delete all notifications: click on the yellow “Delete” button at the top.

WORKOUT

• SET UP A WORKOUT

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Workout” tab.

To create a workout: click on the big icon   at the top.

Then enter:
The name of the workout (or keep the date of the day entered by default)
The sport
The type of BLE device you use
The date
The time
Select a start list (optional)
Select a distance template (optional)
Add a description (optional)

In the menu on the left, click on “Workout”.

To create a workout: click on the “Create session” button at the top right.

Then enter:
The name of the workout (or keep the date of the day entered by default)
The sport
The type of BLE device you use
The date
The time
Select a start list (optional)
Select a distance template (optional)
Add a description (optional)
Then click on the “ADD” button at the bottom.

>From the MyFreelap web version, you can only set up and save your workout.
To start receiving the timing data, please go to the app.

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In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Workout” tab.

To create a workout: click on the big icon   at the top.

Then enter:
The name of the workout (or keep the date of the day entered by default)
The sport
The type of BLE device you use
The date
The time
Select a start list (optional)
Select a distance template (optional)
Add a description (optional)

+ WEB

In the menu on the left, click on “Workout”.

To create a workout: click on the “Create session” button at the top right.

Then enter:
The name of the workout (or keep the date of the day entered by default)
The sport
The type of BLE device you use
The date
The time
Select a start list (optional)
Select a distance template (optional)
Add a description (optional)
Then click on the “ADD” button at the bottom.

>From the MyFreelap web version, you can only set up and save your workout.
To start receiving the timing data, please go to the app.

PARTICULAR CASE / CREATE A WORKOUT USING THE “TEAM ROSTER” FEATURE :

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Workout” tab.

To create a workout: click on the big icon   at the top.

> Set up your workout (more info in the “set up a workout” section above).

Click on the arrow to choose “Team Roster” in the sport field to use the Team Roster feature.

Click on the arrow to choose your Team Roster list

Note : standard “Start List” and “Distance” are not compatible with Team Roster feature and not available.

 Finally, click on the yellow button “SAVE” to save your workout, or on the “START” button to start the workout !

>> How to train with the “Team Roster feature” ? > NEXT STEP 

In the menu on the left, click on “Workout”.

To create a workout: click on the “Create session” button at the top right.

> Set up your workout (more info in the “set up a workout” section above).

Click on the arrow to choose “Team Roster” in the sport field to use the Team Roster feature.

Click on the arrow to choose your Team Roster list

Note : standard “Start List” and “Distance” are not compatible with Team Roster feature and not available.

 Finally, click on the yellow button “ADD” to save your workout !

>> How to train with the “Team Roster feature” ? > NEXT STEP 

>From the MyFreelap web version, you can only set up and save your workout.
To start receiving the timing data, please go to the app.

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In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Workout” tab.

To create a workout: click on the big icon   at the top.

> Set up your workout (more info in the “set up a workout” section above).

Click on the arrow to choose “Team Roster” in the sport field to use the Team Roster feature.

Click on the arrow to choose your Team Roster list

Note : standard “Start List” and “Distance” are not compatible with Team Roster feature and not available.

 Finally, click on the yellow button “SAVE” to save your workout, or on the “START” button to start the workout !

>> How to train with the “Team Roster feature” ? > NEXT STEP 

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In the menu on the left, click on “Workout”.

To create a workout: click on the “Create session” button at the top right.

> Set up your workout (more info in the “set up a workout” section above).

Click on the arrow to choose “Team Roster” in the sport field to use the Team Roster feature.

Click on the arrow to choose your Team Roster list

Note : standard “Start List” and “Distance” are not compatible with Team Roster feature and not available.

 Finally, click on the yellow button “ADD” to save your workout !

>> How to train with the “Team Roster feature” ? > NEXT STEP 

>From the MyFreelap web version, you can only set up and save your workout.
To start receiving the timing data, please go to the app.

• LIVE : START TRAINING AND RECEIVING TIMING DATA

“LIVE” MODE IS ONLY AVAILABLE FROM THE APP.

1/ REQUIREMENT :

Before starting the workout:
• Turn on and attach the transponders on the athletes.
• Turn on and place your Freelap transmitters as needed. You must have at least 1 transmitter with “Finish” code on your course.
Note: If you selected a distance template be sure to respect the distances between each transmitter.
• If you have a Relay Coach BLE: turn it on and place it after the transmitter with “Finish” code (maximum distance : 10m).
To learn more about setting up your Freelap devices, please refer to our “Quick Start Guide by sport”.

• Open your MyFreelap app on your mobile device and click on the workout you want to start.

2/ START YOUR WORKOUT:

Live timing data - Freelap professional automatic sport timing system

START: To start training and receiving  timing data: click on the icon at the top right of the screen.

The app will ask you to activate Bluetooth function if it is not already done, in order to detect your BLE devices (FxChip BLE, or FxSwim, or Relay Coach BLE if your transponders do not have bluetooth)

• If you have selected a start list: The app will automatically detect only transponders of athletes from your start list. No manipulation is required.

• If you don’t have selected a start list:

    – You have a Relay Coach BLE: click on this device, in the list of bluetooth devices that appears on your screen.

    – You have Bluetooth transponders (so no Relay Coach BLE): No manipulation is required. The app will detect all nearby BLE transponders.

• STOP: To stop recording data, click on the icon at the top right.
• RESUME: To resume recording data, click the icon   again.
By clicking on the icon on the top right you can:
• Full Screen: Enable full screen mode.
• Sharing: Share the workout with members of your groups.

To turn on / off sound: Click on the icon on the top left.

When the training and the recording of the data are in progress, the “Live” screen appears and displays (instantly as soon as an athlete crosses a transmitter with code “Finish”):

Live timing data and heart rate - Freelap professional swimming timing system

> IN NORMAL DISPLAY MODE :

The live screen displays at the top of the screen :
• the last lap time
• then below, the average of the heart rate over the last 5 seconds of the lap.

Then below, in the table, are displayed in chronological order (from the beginning of the workout to the end):

• N °: Number of the Lap (1,2,3 ..), number of the break time (P1, P2, P3 …).
• ID: the swimmer ID (only displayed if there are multiple swimmers participating in the workout)
• LAP: total time with break times.
• SPLIT: total time without break times.
• HR: the average of the heart rate over the last 5 seconds of the passage (If you use the Swim Belt).
• DISTANCE: the total swimming length cumulated, between break times. Break times reset the cumulative swim length to 0. (If you use a distance template.)
• TOTAL: Lap and Split

You can choose to filter the data by:
• LAST LAP: data of all swimmers, from the most recent to the oldest
• ID: Displays all the data of a single swimmer.

 

> IN FULL SCREEN MODE:

To follow live from 1 to 4 swimmers at the same time (according to your choice made in the “Settings” section)

To display the “full screen” mode: click on the icon at the top right of the screen, then on “Full screen”. This mode displays:
• At the top of the screen : the time of the last passage.
• then below: the average of the heart rate every 5 seconds.

• To share the workout: click on the icon on the top right of the screen, then on “Share”. Then, from the list that appears, choose the group with which you want to share the workout.

TRAIN WITH THE TEAM ROSTER FEATURE :

( live only available on the app)

• The athletes should line up in the order their names appear on the roster.
• The app automatically switches to the next athlete (order of the list) each time a transponder crosses the finish transmitter.
• If an athlete is missing, you can skip their name by clicking on the icon
• If you want to select manually an athlete, you can by clicking the icon, then click on the name of the athlete you want in the list.
• Different athletes can use the same transponder. If you have several transponders you can use them in any order. With Team Roster feature, data is nominal and organized using the order of passage of the list (not using the chip id !)
Once all the athletes on the roster have made their first run (N°1) , the app will automatically cycle to the beginning of the roster.

>> How to analyse “Team Roster” data ? > NEXT STEP 

Live timing data - Freelap professional automatic sport timing system

A/ IN NORMAL DISPLAY MODE :

The live screen displays, at the top of the screen:
• the last Lap time
• then below, the ID of the corresponding athlete.

Then below, in the table, are displayed in chronological order (from the beginning of the workout to the end):
N °: Number of the lap (1,2,3 ..) / Number of the break time (P1, P2, P3 …)
ID: Athlete ID (displayed if there are multiple athletes participating in the workout)
LAP: lap time (total of all intermediate times of the lap, the number of intermediate times is indicated in parenthesis)
+ DETAIL OF THE INTERMEDIATE TIMES OF THE LAP: Click on the lap line to see the details of the intermediate times. You will see: the number of the intermediate time, the athlete’s ID, the intermediate time, and the cumulative time)
SPLIT: Total cumulative time of the laps (the break times reset the cumulative time back to 0).
SPEED: average speed of the intermediate passages : Click on the “arrow” icon on the left to see the average speed on each intermediate distance. You will see the intermediate distance number, the athlete’s ID, and the average speed on each distance. (Displayed only if you entered a distance template.)

You can choose to filter the data by:
LATEST LAP: data of all athletes, from the oldest to the most recent.
ID: Displays all the results of a single athlete.

> The “RANKING” section displays:

Live timing data and ranking - Freelap professional automatic timing system

> TAB “RUN 1”: indicates the ranking of the round n ° 1 (displayed by default)

The table displays:
• POS: Position in the ranking
• ID / INITIALS: ID / INITIALS of the corresponding athlete
• TOTAL TIME
• NUMBER OF LAPS performed

> “OVERALL” TAB: indicates the general ranking (all rounds combined)

The table displays:
• POS: Position in the ranking
• ID: athlete’s id
• TOTAL TIME

The ranking is by default in 1 round “RUN 1”.

• TO ADD A NEW ROUND: click on the icon on the left, then on “YES”. The second round will start automatically and the new data received will be displayed in this new round “RUN 2”.

 

B/ IN FULL SCREEN MODE :

To follow live from 1 to 4 athletes (according to your choice made in the “settings” section)

To display the “full screen” mode: click on the icon at the top right of the screen, then on “Full screen”. This mode displays:
• At the top of the screen : the last lap time
• then below: the ID of the corresponding athlete

SHARE : to share the workout, click on the icon at the top right of the screen, then on “Share”. Then, from the list that appears, choose the group with which you want to share the workout.

• STOP: To stop recording data, click on the icon at the top right.

• DATA RECORDING & EXPORTING

1/ RECORDING:

Data is automatically saved locally on your MyFreelap app.
• If you have Internet during the workout (online workout): the data is automatically synchronized to your MyFreelap web account.

 If you do not have Internet during the workout (offline workout):
This icon appears in the list of your workouts. As soon as you have an internet connection, click on the icon   to synchronize your workout data to your MyFreelap web account.

•  If you use a Relay Coach BLE, your timing data is automatically recorded in your Relay Coach BLE,.
Your Relay Coach BLE has a memory of 6’000 Laps. If you have not used the MyFreelap app on site, you can download the data collected during the training later (so up to 6’000 Laps).

2/ EXPORT MYFREELAP DATA :

Only available from a MyFreelap WEB account : www.myfreelap.com
> DETAILED TUTORIAL VIDEO

 To export your data in CSV / PDF format to your computer, go to your MyFreelap web account, and click on the workout whose data you want to export. Click on the icon then click on the desired type of export. The file is automatically downloaded to your computer.
– CSV: export of the data table in CSV format
– RUN CSV: export as a ranking in CSV format
– PDF: export of the data table in PDF format
– RUN PDF: export as a ranking in PDF format

3/ EXPORT RELAY COACH BLE DATA :

> COMPLETE TUTORIAL

The export function of the Relay Coach BLE on a computer is only available from the Freelap Device Manager software.

• CONSULT AND ANALYZE THE DATA COLLECTED DURING YOUR WORKOUT

In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Workout” tab.

1/ LIST OF YOUR WORKOUTS:

Training list and timing data - MyFreelap timing app

This screen displays the list of your workouts, from the most recent to the oldest.

The screen displays the following information:
The sport
The title of the workout (by default the date of the workout)
The number of participating athletes
The date
The time
An icon which lets you synchronize the data on your MyFreelap web account if the workout was done offline.
An icon which indicates if the workout was shared by one of the members of your groups (workout that you are not the author of).

In the menu on the left, click on “WORKOUT”.

1/ LIST OF YOUR WORKOUTS:

This screen displays the list of your workouts, from the most recent to the oldest.

The screen displays the following summary information:
• The sport
• The title of the workout (by default the date of the workout)
• The number of participating athletes
• The date
• The time
• Live: indicates by a flashing red point if a workout is in progress.
• Share: indicates if the workout was shared by one of the members of your groups (workout of which you are not the author).
• Action: this column allows you to:
    – modify the workout: click on the icon .
    – delete the workout: click on the icon .
    – export the data in PDF or CSV list: click on the icon .

• To filter your workouts by month / year: at the top of the screen, fill in the month and the year you want to see, then click on the “Filter” button.

 

2/ DÉTAILS OF YOUR WORKOUTS:

To see the details and results of a workout: click on the line of the workout you want to see.

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In the menu at the bottom, click on the “Workout” tab.

1/ LIST OF YOUR WORKOUTS:

Training list and timing data - MyFreelap timing app

This screen displays the list of your workouts, from the most recent to the oldest.

The screen displays the following information:
The sport
The title of the workout (by default the date of the workout)
The number of participating athletes
The date
The time
An icon which lets you synchronize the data on your MyFreelap web account if the workout was done offline.
An icon which indicates if the workout was shared by one of the members of your groups (workout that you are not the author of).

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In the menu on the left, click on “WORKOUT”.

1/ LIST OF YOUR WORKOUTS:

This screen displays the list of your workouts, from the most recent to the oldest.

The screen displays the following summary information:
• The sport
• The title of the workout (by default the date of the workout)
• The number of participating athletes
• The date
• The time
• Live: indicates by a flashing red point if a workout is in progress.
• Share: indicates if the workout was shared by one of the members of your groups (workout of which you are not the author).
• Action: this column allows you to:
    – modify the workout: click on the icon .
    – delete the workout: click on the icon .
    – export the data in PDF or CSV list: click on the icon .

• To filter your workouts by month / year: at the top of the screen, fill in the month and the year you want to see, then click on the “Filter” button.

 

2/ DÉTAILS OF YOUR WORKOUTS:

To see the details and results of a workout: click on the line of the workout you want to see.

2/ DÉTAIL AND DATA OF YOUR WORKOUTS:

To see the detail and data of a workout: click on the workout you want to see.

A/ “DATA” TAB:

timing data - Freelap professional automatic timing system for sports

You arrive on the “DATA” tab.

• TO FILTER RESULTS BY ATHLETE: click on the ID of the athlete whose results you want to see.
• TO DELETE A WORKOUT: Click on the icon .

At the top right, by clicking on the icon you can:
• Edit: to modify the general information about the workout.
• Delete: to delete the workout.
• Share: to share the workout with other Freelap members.
• Download: to download the detailed workout data and sync them to your MyFreelap web account.

>> DOWNLOAD:

IMPORTANT: It is the “Download” feature that will let you get the min., avg. and max. heart rate, as well as the detailed graphic.

To get the detailed data :
• Once the workout is finished, stop your FxSwim (press the central button for 2 seconds), then remove your Swim Belt to stop sending the heart rate.
• Press 3 short presses on the FxSwim button.
From the app, click on your workout and then on the top right on the icon   and then on “Download”.

Note: These features are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

You can choose to filter the data by:
• LAST LAP: Laps data for all athletes combined, from the oldest to the most recent.
• ID: Displays all the data of a single athlete.

The table displays the following data:
• N °: Number of the Lap (1,2,3 ..), number of the break time (P1, P2, P3 …).
• ID: the swimmer ID (only displayed if there are multiple swimmers participating in the workout)
• LAP: total time with break times.
• SPLIT: total time without break times.
• HR: the average of the heart rate over the last 5 seconds of the passage (If you use the Swim Belt).
• DISTANCE: the total swimming length cumulated, between break times. Break times reset the cumulative swim length to 0. (If you use a distance template.)
• TOTAL: Lap and Split

> IF YOU HAVE USED THE SWIM BELT AND HAVE COMPLETED THE “DOWNLOAD” OF THE DETAILED DATA, YOU WILL ALSO SEE:

• HR MIN: minimum heart rate during the lap or the break time.
• HR AVG: Average heart rate during the lap or the break time.
• HR MAX: maximum heart rate during the lap or the break time.

B/ THE “CHART” TAB:

This chart lets you see the evolution of the performance throughout  all the workout.

It displays in chronological order:
• Red line: all heartbeats, in beats per minute BPM
• Blue: lap times
• Green: break times

> Hover over the chart to see the detailed information.
> You can zoom in / out the chart to get an overview or analyze a period more precisely.

Freelap - timing system and heart rate measuring for swimming
timing and heart rate app for swimming - MyFreelap

A/ “DATA” TAB:

You arrive on the “DATA” tab

timing data - Freelap professional transponder timing system for sports

FILTER RESULTS BY ATHLETES: Click on the ID of the athlete whose results you want to see.
DELETE A WORKOUT: Click at the top of the screen on the icon .
SHARE A WORKOUT: Click on the icon at the top, check the members with whom you want to share the workout, then click on the “Share” button.

Note: These actions are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

The table displays the following data:
• N °: Number of the Lap (1,2,3 ..), number of the break time (P1, P2, P3 …).
• ID: the swimmer ID (only displayed if there are multiple swimmers participating in the workout)
• LAP: total time with break times.
• SPLIT: total time without break times.
• HR: the average of the heart rate over the last 5 seconds of the passage (If you use the Swim Belt).
• DISTANCE: the total swimming length cumulated, between break times. Break times reset the cumulative swim length to 0. (If you use a distance template.)
• TOTAL: Lap and Split

> IF YOU HAVE USED THE SWIM BELT (HEART RATE BELT) AND HAVE COMPLETED THE “DOWNLOAD” OF THE DETAILED DATA, YOU WILL ALSO SEE:
// To download detailed data:
Once the workout is finished, stop your FxSwim (press the central button for 2 seconds), then remove your Swim Belt to stop sending the heart rate.
Press 3 short presses on the FxSwim button. Then, on the app,  click on your workout and on the top right on the icon and then on “Download”.
Your FxSwim will flash quickly when the download is in progress.

timing data - Freelap professional automatic timing system for sports

• HR MIN: minimum heart rate during the lap or the break time.
• HR AVG: average heart rate during the lap or the break time.
• HR MAX: maximum heart rate during the lap or the break time.

 

B/ “CHARTE” TAB:

times, rest times and heart rate measuring for swimming - Freelap swimming timing system

This chart lets you see the evolution of the performance throughout the workout.

It displays in chronological order:
• Red line: BPM heart rates
• Blue: Lap times

• Green: Break times

> Hover over the chart to see detailed information.

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A/ “DATA” TAB:

timing data - Freelap professional automatic timing system for sports

You arrive on the “DATA” tab.

• TO FILTER RESULTS BY ATHLETE: click on the ID of the athlete whose results you want to see.
• TO DELETE A WORKOUT: Click on the icon .

At the top right, by clicking on the icon you can:
• Edit: to modify the general information about the workout.
• Delete: to delete the workout.
• Share: to share the workout with other Freelap members.
• Download: to download the detailed workout data and sync them to your MyFreelap web account.

>> DOWNLOAD:

IMPORTANT: It is the “Download” feature that will let you get the min., avg. and max. heart rate, as well as the detailed graphic.

To get the detailed data :
• Once the workout is finished, stop your FxSwim (press the central button for 2 seconds), then remove your Swim Belt to stop sending the heart rate.
• Press 3 short presses on the FxSwim button.
From the app, click on your workout and then on the top right on the icon   and then on “Download”.

Note: These features are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

You can choose to filter the data by:
• LAST LAP: Laps data for all athletes combined, from the oldest to the most recent.
• ID: Displays all the data of a single athlete.

The table displays the following data:
• N °: Number of the Lap (1,2,3 ..), number of the break time (P1, P2, P3 …).
• ID: the swimmer ID (only displayed if there are multiple swimmers participating in the workout)
• LAP: total time with break times.
• SPLIT: total time without break times.
• HR: the average of the heart rate over the last 5 seconds of the passage (If you use the Swim Belt).
• DISTANCE: the total swimming length cumulated, between break times. Break times reset the cumulative swim length to 0. (If you use a distance template.)
• TOTAL: Lap and Split

> IF YOU HAVE USED THE SWIM BELT AND HAVE COMPLETED THE “DOWNLOAD” OF THE DETAILED DATA, YOU WILL ALSO SEE:

• HR MIN: minimum heart rate during the lap or the break time.
• HR AVG: Average heart rate during the lap or the break time.
• HR MAX: maximum heart rate during the lap or the break time.

B/ THE “CHART” TAB:

This chart lets you see the evolution of the performance throughout  all the workout.

It displays in chronological order:
• Red line: all heartbeats, in beats per minute BPM
• Blue: lap times
• Green: break times

> Hover over the chart to see the detailed information.
> You can zoom in / out the chart to get an overview or analyze a period more precisely.

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A/ “DATA” TAB:

You arrive on the “DATA” tab

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FILTER RESULTS BY ATHLETES: Click on the ID of the athlete whose results you want to see.
DELETE A WORKOUT: Click at the top of the screen on the icon .
SHARE A WORKOUT: Click on the icon at the top, check the members with whom you want to share the workout, then click on the “Share” button.

Note: These actions are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

The table displays the following data:
• N °: Number of the Lap (1,2,3 ..), number of the break time (P1, P2, P3 …).
• ID: the swimmer ID (only displayed if there are multiple swimmers participating in the workout)
• LAP: total time with break times.
• SPLIT: total time without break times.
• HR: the average of the heart rate over the last 5 seconds of the passage (If you use the Swim Belt).
• DISTANCE: the total swimming length cumulated, between break times. Break times reset the cumulative swim length to 0. (If you use a distance template.)
• TOTAL: Lap and Split

> IF YOU HAVE USED THE SWIM BELT (HEART RATE BELT) AND HAVE COMPLETED THE “DOWNLOAD” OF THE DETAILED DATA, YOU WILL ALSO SEE:
// To download detailed data:
Once the workout is finished, stop your FxSwim (press the central button for 2 seconds), then remove your Swim Belt to stop sending the heart rate.
Press 3 short presses on the FxSwim button. Then, on the app,  click on your workout and on the top right on the icon and then on “Download”.
Your FxSwim will flash quickly when the download is in progress.

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• HR MIN: minimum heart rate during the lap or the break time.
• HR AVG: average heart rate during the lap or the break time.
• HR MAX: maximum heart rate during the lap or the break time.

 

B/ “CHARTE” TAB:

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This chart lets you see the evolution of the performance throughout the workout.

It displays in chronological order:
• Red line: BPM heart rates
• Blue: Lap times

• Green: Break times

> Hover over the chart to see detailed information.

A/ “DATA” TAB:

You arrive on the “DATA” tab.

At the top right, by clicking on the icon you can:
• Edit: to modify the general information about the workout.
• Delete: to delete the workout.
• Share: to share the workout with other Freelap members.
Note: These actions are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

• The table displays the following data in chronological order (from the beginning of the workout to the end):

• N °: Number of the passage (1,2,3 ..)
• ATHLETE: Number of the athlete (his number corresponding to the order of passage on your list)
• NAME: Name of the athlete
• SPLIT: His Lap time (total of all intermediate times of the lap, the number of intermediate times is indicated in parenthesis if you used a transmitter coded “Lap”)
+ DETAIL OF THE INTERMEDIATE TIMES OF THE LAP: Click on the athlete line to see the details of the intermediate times. You will see: the number of the intermediate time (L1, L2..), the athlete’s number, the athlete’s name, the time of each  intermediate passage of the lap)

B/ “ATHLETES” TAB:

You arrive on the “ATHLETES” tab.

The table displays the athletes of your list in chronological order:
• ATHLETE: Number of the athlete (his number corresponding to the order of passage on your list)
• NAME: Name of the athlete

A/ “DATA” TAB:

You arrive on the “DATA” tab

At the top right, by clicking on the icon you can:
• Edit: to modify the general information about the workout.
• Delete: to delete the workout.
• Share: to share the workout with other Freelap members.
• Export: to export the data to .csv or .pdf file.

Note: These actions are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

> The table displays the following data in chronological order (from the beginning of the workout to the end):

• N °: Number of the passage (1,2,3 ..)
• ATHLETE: Number of the athlete (his number corresponding to the order of passage on your list)
• NAME: Name of the athlete
• SPLIT: His Lap time (total of all intermediate times of the lap, the number of intermediate times is indicated in parenthesis if you used a transmitter coded “Lap”)
+ DETAIL OF THE INTERMEDIATE TIMES OF THE LAP: Click on the athlete line to see the details of the intermediate times. You will see: the number of the intermediate time (L1, L2..), the athlete’s number, the athlete’s name, the time of each  intermediate passage of the lap)

B/ “ATHLETES” TAB:

You arrive on the “ATHLETES” tab.

The table displays the athletes of your list in chronological order:
• ATHLETE: Number of the athlete (his number corresponding to the order of passage on your list)
• NAME: Name of the athlete

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A/ “DATA” TAB:

You arrive on the “DATA” tab.

At the top right, by clicking on the icon you can:
• Edit: to modify the general information about the workout.
• Delete: to delete the workout.
• Share: to share the workout with other Freelap members.
Note: These actions are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

• The table displays the following data in chronological order (from the beginning of the workout to the end):

• N °: Number of the passage (1,2,3 ..)
• ATHLETE: Number of the athlete (his number corresponding to the order of passage on your list)
• NAME: Name of the athlete
• SPLIT: His Lap time (total of all intermediate times of the lap, the number of intermediate times is indicated in parenthesis if you used a transmitter coded “Lap”)
+ DETAIL OF THE INTERMEDIATE TIMES OF THE LAP: Click on the athlete line to see the details of the intermediate times. You will see: the number of the intermediate time (L1, L2..), the athlete’s number, the athlete’s name, the time of each  intermediate passage of the lap)

B/ “ATHLETES” TAB:

You arrive on the “ATHLETES” tab.

The table displays the athletes of your list in chronological order:
• ATHLETE: Number of the athlete (his number corresponding to the order of passage on your list)
• NAME: Name of the athlete

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A/ “DATA” TAB:

You arrive on the “DATA” tab

At the top right, by clicking on the icon you can:
• Edit: to modify the general information about the workout.
• Delete: to delete the workout.
• Share: to share the workout with other Freelap members.
• Export: to export the data to .csv or .pdf file.

Note: These actions are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

> The table displays the following data in chronological order (from the beginning of the workout to the end):

• N °: Number of the passage (1,2,3 ..)
• ATHLETE: Number of the athlete (his number corresponding to the order of passage on your list)
• NAME: Name of the athlete
• SPLIT: His Lap time (total of all intermediate times of the lap, the number of intermediate times is indicated in parenthesis if you used a transmitter coded “Lap”)
+ DETAIL OF THE INTERMEDIATE TIMES OF THE LAP: Click on the athlete line to see the details of the intermediate times. You will see: the number of the intermediate time (L1, L2..), the athlete’s number, the athlete’s name, the time of each  intermediate passage of the lap)

B/ “ATHLETES” TAB:

You arrive on the “ATHLETES” tab.

The table displays the athletes of your list in chronological order:
• ATHLETE: Number of the athlete (his number corresponding to the order of passage on your list)
• NAME: Name of the athlete

NOTE : Using “Team Roster” feature, Speed and Ranking functionality are not available. 

timing data and ranking - Freelap professional automatic timing system for sports training
timing data and ranking - Freelap professional automatic timing system for sports

A/ “DATA” TAB:

> You arrive on the “DATA” tab

• TO FILTER RESULTS BY ATHLETES: Click on the ID of the athlete whose results you want to see.
• TO REMOVE FILTER:  select “ALL”.
• TO DELETE THE WORKOUT: Click at the top of the screen on the icon .

At the top right, by clicking on the icon , you can:
• Edit: to modify the general information of the workout.
• Delete: to delete the workout.
• Share: to share the workout with other Freelap members.

Note: These actions are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

You can choose to filter the data by:
• LAST LAP: Data of all athletes combined
• ID: All the data of a single athlete.

The table displays the following data in chronological order (from the beginning of the workout to the end):

N °: Number of the lap (1,2,3 ..) / Number of the break time (P1, P2, P3 …)
ID: Athlete ID (displayed if there are multiple athletes participating in the workout)
LAP: lap time (total of all intermediate times of the lap, the number of intermediate times is indicated in parenthesis)
+ DETAIL OF THE INTERMEDIATE TIMES OF THE LAP: Click on the lap line to see the details of the intermediate times. You will see: the number of the intermediate time, the athlete’s ID, the intermediate time, and the cumulative time)
SPLIT: Total cumulative time of the laps (the break times reset the cumulative time back to 0).
SPEED: average speed of the intermediate passages : Click on the “arrow” icon on the left to see the average speed on each intermediate distance. You will see the intermediate distance number, the athlete’s ID, and the average speed on each distance. (Displayed only if you entered a distance template.)

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B/ “RANKING” TAB:

> TAB “RUN 1”: indicates the ranking of the round n°1 (round by default)

TAB “RUN 2”: indicates the ranking of round N°2, and so on.

The table displays:
POS: Position in the ranking
ID: ID of the corresponding athlete
TOTAL TIME
NUMBER OF LAPS performed

> “TOTAL” TAB : indicates the general ranking (all rounds combined)

The table displays:
POS: Position in the ranking
ID: Athlete’s ID
TOTAL TIME

A/ “DATA” TAB:

You arrive on the “DATA” tab

•  FILTER RESULTS BY ATHLETES: Click at the top on the drop-down menu and on the ID of the athlete whose results you want to see.
•  REMOVE THE FILTER: In the drop-down menu select “All”.
•  DELETE A WORKOUT: Click at the top of the screen on the icon .
•  SHARE A WORKOUT: Click on the icon at the top, check the members with whom you want to share the workout, then click on the “Share” button.

Note: These actions are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

The table displays the following data in chronological order (from beginning the  of the workout to the end):

N °: Number of the lap (1,2,3 ..) / Number of the break time (P1, P2, P3 …)
ID: Athlete ID (displayed if there are multiple athletes participating in the workout)
LAP: lap time (total of all intermediate times of the lap, the number of intermediate times is indicated in parenthesis)
+ DETAIL OF THE INTERMEDIATE TIMES OF THE LAP: Click on the lap line to see the details of the intermediate times. You will see: the number of the intermediate time, the athlete’s ID, the intermediate time, and the cumulative time)
SPLIT: Total cumulative time of the laps (the break times reset the cumulative time back to 0).
SPEED: average speed of the intermediate passages : Click on the “arrow” icon on the left to see the average speed on each intermediate distance. You will see the intermediate distance number, the athlete’s ID, and the average speed on each distance. (Displayed only if you entered a distance template)

 

 

B/ “RANKING” TAB:

TAB “RUN 1”: indicates the ranking of the round n°1 (round by default)
TAB “RUN 2”: indicates the ranking of round 2 and so on.

The table displays:
POS: Position in the ranking
ID: ID of the corresponding athlete
TOTAL TIME
NUMBER OF LAPS performed

> “TOTAL” TAB : indicates the general ranking (all rounds combined)

The table displays:
POS: Position in the ranking
ID: Athlete’s ID
TOTAL TIME

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timing data and ranking - Freelap professional automatic timing system for sports training
timing data and ranking - Freelap professional automatic timing system for sports

A/ “DATA” TAB:

> You arrive on the “DATA” tab

• TO FILTER RESULTS BY ATHLETES: Click on the ID of the athlete whose results you want to see.
• TO REMOVE FILTER:  select “ALL”.
• TO DELETE THE WORKOUT: Click at the top of the screen on the icon .

At the top right, by clicking on the icon , you can:
• Edit: to modify the general information of the workout.
• Delete: to delete the workout.
• Share: to share the workout with other Freelap members.

Note: These actions are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

You can choose to filter the data by:
• LAST LAP: Data of all athletes combined
• ID: All the data of a single athlete.

The table displays the following data in chronological order (from the beginning of the workout to the end):

N °: Number of the lap (1,2,3 ..) / Number of the break time (P1, P2, P3 …)
ID: Athlete ID (displayed if there are multiple athletes participating in the workout)
LAP: lap time (total of all intermediate times of the lap, the number of intermediate times is indicated in parenthesis)
+ DETAIL OF THE INTERMEDIATE TIMES OF THE LAP: Click on the lap line to see the details of the intermediate times. You will see: the number of the intermediate time, the athlete’s ID, the intermediate time, and the cumulative time)
SPLIT: Total cumulative time of the laps (the break times reset the cumulative time back to 0).
SPEED: average speed of the intermediate passages : Click on the “arrow” icon on the left to see the average speed on each intermediate distance. You will see the intermediate distance number, the athlete’s ID, and the average speed on each distance. (Displayed only if you entered a distance template.)

race ranking - Freelap professional automatic timing system for sports

B/ “RANKING” TAB:

> TAB “RUN 1”: indicates the ranking of the round n°1 (round by default)

TAB “RUN 2”: indicates the ranking of round N°2, and so on.

The table displays:
POS: Position in the ranking
ID: ID of the corresponding athlete
TOTAL TIME
NUMBER OF LAPS performed

> “TOTAL” TAB : indicates the general ranking (all rounds combined)

The table displays:
POS: Position in the ranking
ID: Athlete’s ID
TOTAL TIME

+ WEB

A/ “DATA” TAB:

You arrive on the “DATA” tab

•  FILTER RESULTS BY ATHLETES: Click at the top on the drop-down menu and on the ID of the athlete whose results you want to see.
•  REMOVE THE FILTER: In the drop-down menu select “All”.
•  DELETE A WORKOUT: Click at the top of the screen on the icon .
•  SHARE A WORKOUT: Click on the icon at the top, check the members with whom you want to share the workout, then click on the “Share” button.

Note: These actions are available only if you have created the workout yourself (not available if it is a shared workout of which you are not the author).

The table displays the following data in chronological order (from beginning the  of the workout to the end):

N °: Number of the lap (1,2,3 ..) / Number of the break time (P1, P2, P3 …)
ID: Athlete ID (displayed if there are multiple athletes participating in the workout)
LAP: lap time (total of all intermediate times of the lap, the number of intermediate times is indicated in parenthesis)
+ DETAIL OF THE INTERMEDIATE TIMES OF THE LAP: Click on the lap line to see the details of the intermediate times. You will see: the number of the intermediate time, the athlete’s ID, the intermediate time, and the cumulative time)
SPLIT: Total cumulative time of the laps (the break times reset the cumulative time back to 0).
SPEED: average speed of the intermediate passages : Click on the “arrow” icon on the left to see the average speed on each intermediate distance. You will see the intermediate distance number, the athlete’s ID, and the average speed on each distance. (Displayed only if you entered a distance template)

 

 

B/ “RANKING” TAB:

TAB “RUN 1”: indicates the ranking of the round n°1 (round by default)
TAB “RUN 2”: indicates the ranking of round 2 and so on.

The table displays:
POS: Position in the ranking
ID: ID of the corresponding athlete
TOTAL TIME
NUMBER OF LAPS performed

> “TOTAL” TAB : indicates the general ranking (all rounds combined)

The table displays:
POS: Position in the ranking
ID: Athlete’s ID
TOTAL TIME

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