"TrackBot is a cybernetic organism. Living tissue over a metal endoskeleton. TrackBot's CPU is a neural-net processor; a learning computer. The more contact it has with humans, the more it learns."
~ LRC poster 'You Could Be Mine'
"Today I met the creator of TrackBot"
~ Kyle Merber
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Example: TrackBot! PRs Ashton Eaton
Prints known PRs for the requested athlete. Credit to Tilastopaja.
Example: TrackBot! Compare Jenny Simpson vs Shannon Rowbury
Prints head-to-head record between two athletes. Athletes must be of the same gender to do a comparison. 'vs.', 'vs', 'and', or 'with' can all be used to separate. Credit to Tilastopaja.
Example: TrackBot! Dope Hamza Driouch
Prints details of any doping bans or suspensions served by the requested athlete. Credit to Tilastopaja.
Example: TrackBot! VDOT 17:13 5km
Calculates the VDOT for the given race performances, and then displays equivalent race times over other distances for the same VDOT number.
Example: TrackBot! Predictions rojo
Prints all predictions for the given LetsRun user for whatever the current (or most recent) LetsRun.com predictions contest is (or was).
Example: TrackBot! Team Penn Men
Prints the season bests for every NCAA championship event for the given team and gender, courtesy of TFRRS.
Example: TrackBot! NIRCA Max Petrosky
Prints the calculated XC 'speed rating' for the given runner (or closest match for that name) and all XC races they have competed in during the season, courtesy of Snyder005's 'NIRCA-Database' project.
Example: TrackBot! NIRCAteam UC Davis
Prints the calculated XC 'speed rating' for every runner, both male and female, in the given team (using race data from 2015 and 2016) courtesy of Snyder005's 'NIRCA-Database' project.
Example: TrackBot! Optimize 1mi 68 68 75 89
Very experimental. Shows the optimized time for a certain performance if it was run in an evenly-paced way. Split times must be in seconds (not minutes:seconds), and the calculator will determine if they are 400s, 800s, or miles based on the number of splits given. Credit to TimesCalculator.
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