Real Races with Social Distancing: How Vacation Races Held the Bryce Canyon Ultras (651 participants) and Zion at Night (815 participants)

Real races with social distancing continue to happen and Vacation Races is leading the way with the Bryce Canyon Ultras (May 30-31, 651 participants) and Zion at Night (June 5-6, 815 participants). Salem Stanley, Founder & CEO of Vacation Races, says, “What participants want from a race and perceive as being safe has changed. What […]

DC Timing: A Case Study

Providing races with the technology they need to succeed About DC Timing DC Timing has been in the endurance business since 2002, timing cross country, track and field, road, and trail races. In addition to timing running events, they also provide their services to cycling and mountain biking events. DC Timing utilizes top-of-the-line racing technologies […]

Central Kentucky Race Management: A GiveSignup Case Study

Creating community and raising more About Central Kentucky Race Management Central Kentucky Race Management, originally called Central Kentucky Timing Services, was founded in 2017 by Jeff Proctor. The company has since expanded into race management and picked up two other co- partners, Damon Barnes and Greg Milby. With each founder experienced in different areas of race […]

Central Kentucky Race Management: A RaceDay Case Study

Using RaceDay to differentiate your race Central Kentucky Race Management and RaceDay: An Overview Central Kentucky Race Management has seen great success in implementing the RaceDay Suite into their races. CKRM has watched their races become more technologically integrated since starting with the RaceDay Suite, transitioning several of their race event processes from paper to […]

Central Kentucky Race Management: A RunSignup Case Study

Comprehensive race management for races that give back About Central Kentucky Race Management Central Kentucky Race Management was founded in 2017 by Jeff Proctor, initially called Central Kentucky Timing Services. The company has since expanded into race management and picked up two other co-partners, Damon Barnes and Greg Milby. With each founder fluent in different […]

Bryn Mawr Racing Company: A Case Study

Guiding races every step of the way About Bryn Mawr Racing Company Bryn Mawr Racing Company started around ten years ago as a timing company partnering with the Bryn Mawr Running Company. The Bryn Mawr Running Company hosted a series of races and began to time their own events. After perfecting the art of race […]

Negative Split Productions: A Case Study

Expert Race Management for Multisport Events About Negative Split Productions Negative Split Productions is a full-service event production company with a second company that specializes in the production of extreme triathlons, Extreme Endurance Events LLC. Inspired by the Norseman Extreme Triathlon, Tony Sapp set out to bring similar events to the United States. Currently operating […]

DQ Events: A Case Study

Expert Race Management for Multisport Events About DQ Events DQ Events is a full-service event management company that hosts around 12 triathlons a year, as well as 30 to 40 road races. Working with events ranging from 100 participants to 4,000+, DQ Events offers timing services, race management, and results services. Admired by race directors […]

Advanced Running Project: A Case Study

Encouraging healthy communities through best-in-class races About Advanced Running Project Advanced Running Project was founded by Brandon Hough in 2018 with the goal to provide runners with best-in-class races to create healthier communities. After working for some larger races, Hough focused on creating great races to sponsor local elite runners. Started by a runner for […]

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