I recently discovered that (at least in Chrome) if I select the time zone, say: and r-click >> Select "search Google for xxxxxx", google is kind enough to show me something like this at the top of the page: Below I parsed the URL from google for the search and I got rid of a lot of gibberish. After that, I generated this search URL: Code: https://www.google.com/search?q=22:00+GMT This part: Code: https://www.google.com/search?q= is self explanatory, 22:00+GMT was originally written "22%3A00" but when I substituted %3A with a colon it still worked. As it did when I eliminated the + before GMT. It tells me that maybe all it would take would be to have some sort of "search and replace" script to make this work. It would not change the time on the site, but would give the time in one click. 20:00 GMT Click on the above and see if google transposes it for your own time zone. Obviously, google has to be aware of your own time zone. I am not sure if it does or not for those that are not logged in. I know that organizing races is already a huge PITA, but this is pretty simple. In fact, it would probably not be too hard to script this somehow. In the frameworks I am familiar with, it would be really easy to automate the process , from using a snippet repository to an automated search and replace. Anyway, for those that have been consulting charts or mentally adding or subtracting, using google is a lot faster and it automatically compensate for the messy times when everyone switches at different times.