Our Race Results
Our Next Generation Results Reporting System is one of the best in the country. From live splits out on the course to Social Networking Integration. We have it all!
Want a timing company who will help you see your participation increase?
We have case studies for several races who have seen 20-25% growth in their participation numbers. We can do the same for you!
These races have used the marketing tools, partcipant databases, and expertise that we have to offer in order to attract more partcipants. Contact us today to see if we can do the same for you!
We offer two types of timing services for Road Races and Cross Country Meets:
Traditional pull-tag timing - Traditional timing is what was used before chip timing was invented. It consists of chutes, bib pull tags, and sophisticated timing equipment. As the participants cross the finish line, a time is inputted into the timing equipment. Participants line up in the chutes, staying in the order they finished, where the pull-tag is removed from their bib. After matching the inputted times with the order of the pull-tags, results are printed and posted. This is a very cost effective way to time a race and is an affordable alternative for small races who want professional results at reasonable rates! We reccomend this timing solution for races smaller than 250-300 finishers.
Chip Timing - This is the new-age way of timing races and we can handle ten's of thousands of finishers using this system. We can customize any type of results that you want with our chip timing system. This can include:
- Mile Splits
- Net Time and Gun Time
- Announcers table and Screen
- Live results and splits streamed to our website. This feature allows particpants can check their results just seconds after they have crossed a timing point or the finish line!
- Searchable Results (See Example)
We proudly have partnered with MyLaps timing system. The same timing system used in the Boston Marathon.
The timing chips are worn on the runners bibs. There is no collection of chips at the end of the race and no need to ask the runners to place a chip on their shoes.