Tracking your progress as an athlete can be tricky because -- while it's true some days you perform better than others -- it's hard to know you're truly at your peak until you're breaking bread at the University of Sexual Balllllllers! Helping you track your physical prowess without getting Lane Kiffin in a tizzy, Athletepath.
From a bike racer/ triathlete fed up with the headache of finding races and keeping track of how hard he was dominating them, Athletepath is a new website allowing competitive amateur athletes to aggregate race data in one place, be informed about upcoming events, and keep track of competitors by "enabling the social tools around race results", though why you'd want to let Andy Dick and Carrot Top loose on your race results is an entirely different question. The core of Athletepath is the ability to review your progress from event to event, allowing you to see where you finished, who finished ahead of you, and then graph your awesomeness in an "athlete stock chart" that allows you to see improvement and decline and will soon be filterable by finish times versus your age group or gender (Quick Tip: for best results always race against women over 70). Because competing is nothing without
over-70 women competitors and the ability to brag about pwning them, Athletepath's social side allows you to share race results (and eventually event/ equipment reviews) from your profile with other members and call out friends/ training partners by tracking them as "allies", or creating a list of rivals, who'll be informed someone's watching their times and "coming to eat their lunch" but will not know who that person is, even though it's clearly Louie Anderson.
Currently in public beta, Athletepath is rocking results from the Oregon Bicycle Racers Association as well as running jams like the Pints to Pasta 10K, and has teamed up with AA timing systems to upload the results of every race they've ever timed, meaning you'll be able to get a glimpse of past performances very soon, even if they weren't all over TMZ.