Race Timing Made Simple
We focus on events no larger then 750 athletes. Where we do have the ability to time races larger we prefer working on events that are more intimate.
Wondering what it will cost to time your event? Open up the contract below and the price options are right there. No guessing or waiting on figuring out what your event will cost to time.
The Race Arch is included in each event we time. Lots of Gromits are located on the Arch as well making hanging banners easy.
Our race timing chips are worn around the ankle and can be used for swimming, running, cycling or pretty much anything you can think up.
We bring plenty of road cones and baracaded poles to create a dedicated finish line shoot.
There no waiting around with chip timing, when your ready to do your awards a race listing will be printed for you instantly.
Tri Performance, LLC is a team of sports enthusiasts dedicated to improving the race experience for Race Directors and Participants. Chip timing is primarily about database management. Without accurate database, the timing results are flawed or useless which leads to unhappy participants. At Tri Performance, LLC we spend the majority of our time behind the scenes before the event making sure that your event day runs smoothly. That includes timely posting of results throughout the event, on time scoring results per your criteria, and friendly staff to answer questions.
The timing mats are composed of antenna wires covered in durable, light-weight rubber. The standard mat is 5 feet wide by 4 feet deep and weighs less than 20 pounds. They easily attach to each other with heavy duty Velcro allowing for any required configuration for starts, finish lines or intermediate check points. The Triathlon Mat is 7 feet wide by 5 feet deep, weighs less than 20 pounds and easily folds up. The non-slip material makes both types of mats ideal for any weather condition.
The timing transponder (known as a "Chip") is an extremely light passive radio transmitter, without a battery. The Chip consists of a micro antenna and an integrated circuit which can transmit a unique 20 digit code, and is encased in a hard plastic cover. It is worn by the athletes on an adjustable easy-on / easy-off Velcro ankle strap. The chip can also be mounted on a bicycle's front fork with a special lightweight support case.