WinSplits Pro - an overview: page 2 of 3


The Table tab presents split time information in the form of a table. There are several different table types you can choose among from the list in the upper left. The traditional table with times and places for each leg is provided by default, but there is a number of other tables available as well. Most table cells contain additional information that can be accessed by holding the mouse cursor over the cell.

Table: standard

The standard table shows the split and total times and places in the traditional format

Table: time loss

The Time Loss table shows how large a mistake each runner made at each control.

Table: pack index

The pack index shows if a runner was following (red colour) or being followed by (green colour) other runners during the race.


WinSplits Pro contains more than 30 different graphs that present split times from many different angles. The toolbar above the graph itself allows the user to fine-tune the graph's appearance. If you want the graph to only include several specific runners, you can selected the desired runners from the list on the left. Additional information appears in a box when the mouse cursor is held over that box.

Graph: time behind leader

Holger Hott Johansen took the lead for the first time at the 17th control.

Graph: pack running

Kiril Nikolov and Chris Terkelsen ran together for the last part of the course.

Graph: leg places

Jarkko Huovila and Valentin Novikov won the most legs, eight each.

Graph: performance index

Performance profiles for the runners that are marked in the list on the left.

Graph: following index

The redder the colour, the more the runner followed.

Graph: error frequency per leg

Control 18 must have been tricky.