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RUN:TRACK:RUN was created because there needs to be a place where you know you can get everything you need as a runner in a new city.
Do you want to get information from local runners, go for a run on a hilly gravel trail, a synthetic track or maybe with a group?
We aim to give you all of that!


For all of this; we need you! RUN:TRACK:RUN is a community. If you want the best info on your vacation or business trip, start by looking at your city and see what needs to be added.

What else?

On top of all that we will supply you with some nifty tools for your GPS-data to make even better use of the information that the community provide.

Contact us

Ask your questions and send your suggestions to and follow the development at @runtrackrun on Instagram.

Do you want to be seen here?

Email us to become an ambassador for your area and get a link to the site of your choice.

What we have for you

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Welcome to RUN:TRACK:RUN!

Martin Öhman - creator RUN:TRACK:RUN Martin Öhman - RUN:TRACK:RUN creator and lifetime runner

How-to use RUN:TRACK:RUN

How-to: find the place for your next run

Find a track or a trail anywhere in the world. Click "More options" to select surface, profile, distance etc. Stay tuned for group run support. Is anything wrong or missing? You can fix that!

How-to: adjust your data

Upload your data. The system will automatically identify matching tracks and courses and adjust your data. You can make adjustments like removing the parts where you were resting and download the new data. Still confused? Try an example

How-to: join several GPX- or TCX-files

Sometimes you end up with more than one file from a single workout. Fix that by uploading all files and download a new file with all the data.

How-to: generate GPS-data

Did you run without a GPS-watch? Maybe even indoors? Find your track or race, click "generate GPS-data" and submit the time(s) of your race or workout. Now you can download GPS-data as if you were running with a perfect GPS-watch.

How-to: add content to RUN:TRACK:RUN

Anyone can add tracks or trails. If you want to add a description of an area you should become an ambassador.