RaceDay Timing Solutions uses the most accurate and trusted timing system on the market, the ChronoTrack Timing System.
The ChronoTrack System is the same timing system used by 25 of the 30 largest races in the United States, including the AJC Peachtree 10K (60,000 participants), the ING New York City Marathon (50,000 runners), the Hospital Hill Run (7,000), NCAA Cross Country Championships, IceMan Cometh Challenge Bicycle Race (4,400 racers) and many more on the local, national and international level. The ChronoTrack system allows event organizers to focus their energy elsewhere, both on the days leading up to an event and also on race day. Since the chip can be attached to a race bib, the additional effort and organizational needs to distribute thousands of timing devices disappears. The ChronoTrack system utilizes the disposable B-tag eliminating collection of timing devices. This allows event organizers to use volunteers and energy where they are needed instead of focusing on the demands of a complicated timing system. The ChronoTrack system is more cost effective. The tag cost has been significantly reduced so they can be disposed of after a race while preserving the quality and accuracy needed for a timing system.
- Single-use Tag
- Accurate Time
- No Fees for lost or unreturned tags
- Less hassle post race
- Lighter, less intrusive tag
- Already attached
- No pre-race check-in
- No congestion in the finish line chute
The ChronoTrack system simplifies the timing process for athletes. A single-use tag eliminates the need for several organizational choke points that allows athletes to spend more time focusing on their competition and less time waiting in lines. Shorter lines before the race to pick up your bib and chip and no line to return your tag or chip afterward are just some of the benefits to the ChronoTrack system.