Race Results - Chip timing
- I started at the front and my wife started at the back,
we finished together, so why does it list her beating me by 30
seconds? The microchip on your shoe, determines the
time you cross the start and finish lines, so she took 30 seconds to
cross the start line effectively giving her a 30 second lead on
- My Wife's has my time and I have my Wife's
time? Sometimes couples or families mix up their bibs
and chips, and this is what happened.
- My Net Time and Gun time are the same, why?
There are a few reasons why this happened, you could have forgotten
to wear a chip, so we added you later, according to our paper results,
you did not run over the start mat, you missed the start mat or arrived
- I started with my friend and we ran together the whole
time but he is listed beating me when I was a little ahead?
The chips we use are on your shoe and his shoe with the chip crossed
before you shoe with the chip.
- In the results i do not have a age so i did not get an
award? Runners/Walkers are usually rushed at the late
registration table and forget to fill out a field that we need. Useful
tip, I always use address labels on my forms so it is easy to read then
just fill out gender and age.
- I am listed in the results but with no name or
Unknown? We most likely did not receive your entry form
so if you email us we can add your name.
- What is the fee if you do not return a chip and where do
i mail it if i find mine. It is a fee of $20.00, check to
be made to "To The Finish, LLC", you can also mail it or drop off
To The Finish, LLC
1508 N Saint Joseph Ave
Evansville, IN 47720
Race Results- pull tab timing
- My time is a few spots up from my name?
Sometimes bandit runners or other runners cross the line twice, creating
- I left my number in the car, so i did not get into the
results? We do our best to get bib or name of any
runners that do not have a bib, at race. Email us for a correction like
- What are the duties of the 4 volunteers for pull-tab
timing? Typically there are 4 positions, and they are
as follows A. Time Machine Operator - pushes a button at
start of race, then every time someone finishes B.
Recorder - Records the bib numbers of runners crossing the line
C. Puller - pull the bottom tab off of the bibs, if
missing bottom tab cut off bib and puts on stringer D.
Stringer - Takes tab from Puller and puts on stringer. Some
bigger races may call for a Caller and Recorder, and a Runner to run the
stringers to the timer.
- What are the duties of the 4 - 6 volunteers for chip
timing? A. Time Machine Operator -
pushes a button at start of race, then every time someone finishes
B. Recorder - Records the bib numbers of runners
crossing the line C. Chip Cutters - Cuts off chips and
puts in bucket. Some bigger races may call for a Caller and
Recorder, and a Chip Checker to check people at the end of the line.