3DRerun is mostly a tool for analysis after races, but it does also have some interesting functionality which can be useful for pre-race preparation. One of these functions is “Measure lines”, where you can draw imaginary routes on an old map of the competition area, and compare route lengths and running times for the routes. The other is to replay competitions and trainings of competitions close to the race area.
The screencast below shows you how to do pre-race preparation in 3DRerun – it does not give you the actual preparation though. If you’ll rather help yourself, you can go directly to 3DRerun for the maps which are discussed in the screencast:
- Map Jukola 1992 in 3DRerun (all controls) (partly overlapping with Jukola 2011 terrain)
- Map Jukola 1992 in 3DRerun (with 6th leg course) (partly overlapping with Jukola 2011 terrain)
- Map from neighbour terrain of Jukola 2011 in 3DRerun
To get full insight into how to use 3DRerun for pre-race analysis, my tips is to take a look at the 10 minute screencast below though. It won’t give you any specific info for Jukola 2011, but it will help you to use 3DRerun more effectively.