Race number and timing tag
Affix the number to the front of your shirt. Your number must be visible at the start, finish and all points on the course to prevent being disqualified or asked to leave. Please do not fold or cut your number.
We use two timing methods:
- gun time – the time it takes you to finish the race based on when the start gun is fired
- chip time – the time it takes you to finish the race based on when you cross the start line
All race numbers feature a personalized QR code for each participant. Official results for the open (overall) division in the marathon, half marathon, 10K and 5K will be based on the actual order of finish (gun time). All other results, including award trophies and plaques, will be based on B-tag time (chip time). B-tag time is defined as the duration of time from the moment a runner crosses the mats at the start until the moment that runner crosses the mats at the finish.