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Chip Timing

More people are running races than ever. Will qualifying standards only increase demand?
The Editors

The practice of using a small wearable transmitter to track race participants’ times at regular checkpoints along a course. Chip timing has allowed race organizers to admit far more competitors to events, since it eliminates the need to track racers via a stopwatch or video feed. It also has the added benefit of cracking down on cheaters.

From Outside Magazine, August 2015
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