Twinkling Star - I am not sure the multi-sport function is relevant to The Wolf Run. Multi sport is really for Tri (although it can be any number of disciplines) where there is a transition ie it will record the time spent in T1 and T2.
I really can't see the benefit of wearing the 910xt for what is really a cross-country run with obstacles, but each to their own.
TS - sorry if I am teaching granny to suck eggs, but you will have to set up the multisport function.
Off the top of my head you would have to set up run, swim, then run, and maybe double-press 'lap' just before and just after the swim as you won't effectively have transitions.
Unless, of course, the 910xt is slicker than the 310xt
well i am now a proud owner of a 910xt thanks for all the advice here guys. Only used it for run today, picked up satellites quickly, heart rate monitor much nicer than my 305 strap. So far it is great! OW swim next week!
I'll throw this out there. I have a sportcount.
I have to press a button at the end of each lap (now I remember). At the end it tells me the total time, laps, fastest, slowest etc. It also shows the lap times for the last 100 laps.
It does what I need.
Trogs. wrote (see)
Yep, mine's good in the pool too, though it does sometimes throw in an extra lap when I have to stop suddenly cos I've swum into a slower moving object
They're the ends of the pool Trogs!
Cat5 in the Hat wrote (see)
Trogs. wrote (see)Yep, mine's good in the pool too, though it does sometimes throw in an extra lap when I have to stop suddenly cos I've swum into a slower moving object They're the ends of the pool Trogs!
Today one of the ends moved toward me very fast. Just like last week's backstroke problem.
The High5 is fine when taken nasally. <SNORT>
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