Doarama at the tour, Stage One
If you haven’t checked out the new Doarama yet, go do it now, then come back… we’ll wait. We think it’s worth it.
Lot’s of changes and exciting things happening here. Doarama has been used to cover big events before, and over the last few months we’ve noticed more and more events and races using Doarama to show their courses.
Surprised to see not just competitors but also their friends and relatives viewing the challenges these competitors would be facing, we quickly realized Doarama could bring an amazing view of course maps to events around the world.
We’re proud to reveal a fresh clean rethink of our website. We’ve made it easier to discover new Views on Doarama right from our homepage, with hand-picked features, most popular and recently discovered tracks.
You’ll also (hopefully) notice a considerable improvement in loading performance on newly uploaded tracks. In the near future, we’ll be expanding the performance gains to older tracks uploaded to Doarama prior to June 28.
After the tour, we’ll be featuring a selection of endurance events from the Rio Olympics. If you’ve got an event you’d particularly like to see the route of on Doarama, let us know and we’ll do our best to get it. Alternatively if you know any athletes that are competing, have a gps route of the course and would like to be featured on Doarama, let us know and we’ll do what we can to make that happen!
Doarama is still a great place to post and share the gps tracks of your adventures and experiences, we’ve just tweaked it a bit to also work well for events which haven’t happened yet.
If you or somebody you know is organizing an event or race, we’d love to know more about it, just fill out your details here to join a special beta group of users who will get early access to features specifically designed for endurance and outdoor events.
We can’t wait to see what YOU do next!