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RaceDay Timer Newsletter: February

Race Timers' Monthly Update We are pleased to shine the spotlight on Steve Turrisi, co-founder of Race Day Professionals. Steve is a RaceDay Certified Timer who truly embraces new technology. Recently, Steve took the initiative to offer RaceJoy for one of his important Florida races. The event organizers weren’t that familiar with RaceJoy and initially not that engaged about the... Continue Reading →

RaceDay Timer Newsletter: November

RaceDay Certified Timer Spotlight: Tony Sapp Tony Sapp, a RaceDay Certified Timer and owner of Negative Split Productions, shares valuable insights on ways timers can create a competitive advantage by utilizing RunSignup's RaceDay Suite. Tony owns and operates worldwide events that specialize in extreme format courses. He has identified ways to gain operational efficiencies while preserving unique and... Continue Reading →

RunSignup October Timer Newsletter

FREE Unlimited RaceDay Results for All TimersRunSignup now offers FREE unlimited delivery of scored results through RaceDay Results. This replaces the previous credit system. Timers also receive unlimited TXT messaging of splits & finish alerts and integrated RaceDay Photos as part of the RaceDay Suite license. This is another example of RunSignup's dedication to providing unprecedented value for timers.>>>Find... Continue Reading →

Timer Spotlight: Shawn Daugherty, GT Races

Shawn Daugherty, RaceDay Certified TimerGT Races Good Time Event Services (GT Races) is located in Kentucky and has been in the timing business for 12 years. The company originated with a focus on simply supporting the local running and cycling community with effective and accurate event timing. Their natural passion for partnering with events to... Continue Reading →

New: RaceJoy Map Marker Distance Calculation

RaceJoy has just launched a map building improvement that RaceDay Certified Timers are going to appreciate! RaceJoy’s map building tool now calculates the GPS distance on the course for new intermediate marker or timing locations, such as Geo-based audio message points and relay exchange locations. This will simplify the map building process for timers and greatly... Continue Reading →

Tour De Donut Puts RaceJoy on the Big Screen

Tour De Donut applied a creative approach with RaceJoy's participant tracking at its recent donut eating cycling event in Troy, Ohio. Their timing company, Good Times Event Services (GT Races), displayed RaceJoy's live tracking screens of the four cycling courses from their timing vehicle (shown below). This drew attention from the spectators and cyclists and... Continue Reading →

RaceJoy on the Tour de Mont Blanc

James and Shelly Harris, the creators of RaceJoy, are celebrating their anniversary this year by hiking the Tour de Mont Blanc. This is ten days of hiking roughly 100+ miles. The trail goes around Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Europe and takes them through France, Italy and Switzerland. It has a LOT of hills... Continue Reading →