Services We Offer
We time all type of events including: road races, mud runs, cycling, triathlons, and more. Call us today to see if we can help time your event. Learn more about the equipment we use below.
The majority of road races (5K, 10K, Marathon, etc.)
Timing chip is placed vertically on the back of the bib. These are becoming the more popular and preferred type of tag thanks to their simplicity and less likelihood of human error (bending tag, incorrect placement, etc.). All the participant has to do is put their bib on with 4 safety pins and they're good to go.
These are typically yellow and form a loop around the runners shoe laces. They have to peel the tag off the bib and then place on their shoe.
Track runners during the race
Online Registration Never Closes!
Real-time Race Results Online and On-site
Aluminum (**Limited Supply)
We have several arches to choose from. If there's a particular arch you'd like us to bring, please let us know ahead of time.
Gives start/finish line an extra kick and adds excitement to runners on race morning
Fencing not only makes your finish line great, it also prevents spectators from interfering with athletes during the race.
Who doesn't love to hear good music on race morning? It also doesn't hurt to wonder when the race is going to start.
When you get a PA, you'll get some rockin' jams and we'll also make announcements to make sure runners get to the start line on time among other things. Feel free to use the mic to make your own announcements as well! It's up to you!
Live Results Monitor
40-55" Monitor that allows runners to view their results on the big screen.
Easily readable signs with kilometer and/or mile markers - let's runners know exactly how far they've gone during the race.
Announcer Line (PA required unless providing your own)
This provides a way for your own announcer to read names as they scroll on laptop. You must provide your own announcer. Our team is busy getting perfect results and making sure everything is working properly during the race!
Runners love hearing their name announced as they cross the finish line. They'll be talking about your race with their friends and inviting more people to attend.