You can get exact splits by comparing your track to mine on the map on my log. ( I was comparing our routes.) But it looks like your watch was off between 10 and 11: the red dot says "paused for 3:23".
I thought that leg looked pretty straight. I may have accidentally hit pause instead of split after I realized I was missing my SI stick. Also interesting that I just looked at my track again, and now there appear to be splits whereas when I was trying to figure them out earlier, there were none on the map.
I wonder how long that GPX compare feature has been there. I just noticed it now...
The splits on your map are the ones you put in to the race on attackpoint, so not from your watch. The race splits automatically pop up on your map, another nice, fairly recent,AP feature.
I think that compare feature has been there close to a year or so. It's really useful for race analysis: for everyone who uploaded a track to AP on your course and has claimed their splits, you can watch the race develop by sliding your cursor over the time graph, either from the start, or real time, or from the beginning of each leg.
That's interesting. Often times when I manually take splits on the watch, those show up in the AP map. Such as my fiasco at Earls Trails training. First 5 controls show up, then nada - because I didn't find any more flags..https://attackpoint.org/sessiondata.jsp?sessionid=...
So that's where I assumed the ones on the most recent map came from. But of course, while I still had my SI stick, I wasn't taking manual splits so wasn't sure where the 1-10 splits came from.
And thanks again for pointing out the missing 3:23..