Introducing TRIResults.com API

I have been collecting, transforming and loading the data for TRIResults.com since 2001. The site has become a unique source of information for historical triathlon results and especially for Ironman results and qualifying times. TRIRresults.com has collected the most comprehensive database of well-organized historical Ironman results and qualifying times. The results for each athlete are cross-referenced with all events, so that when you click on an athlete’s name you can see all his or her results on one page. This makes viewing and researching athletes very efficient.

I decided that it was time to open the triresults database to the outside developers and let them create their own applications by using the extensive triathlon results database that I have collected for many years. I created the first set of API calls and to demonstrate what can be done with them I have written a sample application that was built entirely by using the TRIRestults API. To view the sample application, please go to CloudTRI.com. To see the API documentation, please visit the TRIResutls developer page.

If you have any questions, feel free to email me. Good luck!

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