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Frequently Asked Questions
We are a family that enjoys the sport of running. We live in Utah County. We have developed significant talents in race timing over the past 5 years, timing races with thousands of participants. Our services allow race directors to focus on their participants rather than worry about the timing of the event.
We use RFID technology to time races. Our particular technology has shoe chips that attach to the top of the shoe with zip ties, or bib chips that stick to the back of the bib. We believe our technology is the most reliable RFID technology on the market. It appears that the US Olympic Committee agrees in that they used IPICO systems to time the 2012 Olympic trials marathon. Beware of timers claiming that they use higher frequency technologies than anyone else. Higher frequencies only mean that the read range can be more distant. Yet, the only read range you need is right at the finish line. What advantage is gained by reading 40 feet in front of the line? High frequency also means higher susceptibility to interference of human bodies and nearby metallic structures. Don't get caught in their marketing hype! Drop us a note if you want to discuss current technologies in more depth. The bottom line is our dual frequency chips are simple and very reliable. Check out the services link above to see all of the services we offer.
Yes. We have timed biathlons and other lap races. Our specialty is running races. We handle events with multiple start lines, multiple finish lines, tons of divisions etc..
Yes. Along with timing and registration services, we also are able to rent a lot of other equipment to events. We have incredible sound systems, finish line structures, start line structures, results presentation boards, individual time printouts, a stage, troughs for waterbottles and ice, coolers, canopies, etc.
Yes. Scott currently serves as one of the Race Directors of the Freedom Run
Send us an email and we will check the calendar.
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