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If TournamentSR doesn't run...

If TournamentSR doesn't launch, make sure Java is installed on your computer. If you're sure Java is installed, see below:

My Windows 10 computer doesn't launch the program
Run "jarfix" as described on page 14 of Ensuring your computer has Java.

My Mac says TournamentSR.jar can't be opened
You must grant permission in System Preferences as described on page 6 of Ensuring your computer has Java.

Recent Mac issues

TournamentSR can't see my files and folders
You must give JavaLauncher permission to access files and folders. See page 8 of Ensuring your computer has Java.

TournamentSR always prints double-sided
When TournamentSR is running, Macs always use the default single/double sided setting. You will need to set the default setting to single sided using CUPS. See Disable 2-sided printing on recent Macs.


If you're new to the program, read the appropriate Quick start guide and work through the Tutorials. The TournamentSR Reference Manual contains detailed information on all features.

Generate PDFs: If you plan on using MatchScorerSR or want to create lists, brackets, and team scores as PDF files, you'll need a PDF "printer" driver. See below for installing free drivers from the Internet.

Contact us

Please email us whenever you have a question. The program is written and distributed by:

SmartRun Systems, Inc.
18221 NE 186th St.
Woodinville, WA 98077-8234
Tel: (425) 788-0334

If you get voicemail, please leave a message with your name, phone number, and the best time to call back. Include your time zone.

See our Forum for more Q&A

While our FAQ page answers the most common questions, our Forum answers many more. Look in Questions & Answers as well as Things You Didn't Know.


Below are some examples you can download and try. Each tutorial includes instructions, support data, and files you load into TournamentSR.

After verifying TournamentSR runs on your computer, download and extract one of the tutorial zip files below. The extracted files will be in a folder using the name of the tutorial (e.g. "Tutorial 1").

Tutorial 1 - Set up a scholastic tournament

This demonstrates features used to set up a tournament.

  • Add teams
  • Import team rosters
  • Change wrestler names and weights
  • Seed the wrestlers
  • Fill the brackets
  • Download

Tutorial 2 - Running the tournament

This demonstrates features used while the tournament is going.

  • Enter match results
  • Perform emergency bracket repair
  • See live brackets, scores, and called matches
  • Download

Tutorial 3 - Set up a youth or open tournament

This demonstrates features used in Madison system tournaments.

  • Load wrestlers/teams/weights from a preregistration file
  • Use RegistrationSR to add walk-in wrestlers
  • Enter weigh-in weights using TournamentSR & RegistrationSR
  • Distribute wrestlers into brackets based on weigh-in weight
  • Download