How to Attract Both Young and Old to Your Race Event

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In organizing or watching an endurance race event, you may notice that most participants are in their 30s and 40s. Because athletes in that demographic have more experience than their younger counterparts and are generally in better shape than their older counterparts, event demographics often end up looking like a bell curve. Just take a look…

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How to Pull Off a Themed Race

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Themed races seem to be the hot new thing, especially around the holidays. Thanksgiving, usually known for overindulging on pumpkin pie, has gained a new reputation with more than 1,000 Turkey Trots across the nation in 2014. December is dominated by Jingle Bell and Ugly Sweater runs and Halloween attracts over 700,000 participants to its…

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ChronoTrack Live Recent Updates

We’ve got a pretty big team of smart, eager developers working hard every day to make products that push the boundaries and challenge the industry. Over the last few months we’ve released a lot of new features that we want to keep you in the loop about. Without overwhelming you, we’ll make sure to share…

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ChronoTrack Team Member Salute

In this month’s ChronoTrack Team Member Salute, meet Michael Kilburg, Product Owner, Registration and Jennifer Judge, Product Manager, Registration. In this short video they talk passion for the industry, what they’ve been working on recently, and plans for the future of ChronoTrack’s registration product. To learn more about our race registration services, contact us today.

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2016 ChronoTrack Timing Partner Conference Details

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The 2016 conference for our timing partners is scheduled for January 17-20 in Savannah, GA. We are excited to have chosen the Hyatt Regency Savannah in the heart of the city also known as the “Hostess City of the South”. The hotel provides direct access to River Street, where restaurants, bars, shopping and ferries can be reached…

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