Q. When are results posted?
A. Preliminary results are posted soon after athletes begin to finish. Results are then updated continuously throughout the race. Results are not official until all penalties have been assessed. Once the penalties have been received, official results are posted and the awards ceremony starts shortly thereafter.
Q. Are the results posted on the web?
A. Yes, results will be available for viewing on https://integritymultisport.com/results/?swcfpc=1 following the race. Results are usually posted within a few minutes after the conclusion of the race.
Q. I placed within my division but have to leave before the scheduled awards ceremony. What should I do?
A. We encourage you to find a way to stick around and enjoy the post event festivities. If you absolutely, positively must leave before the award ceremony starts, you can have your award mailed to you by clicking on the Mail hyperlink under the Awards column in the online race results. All awards must be claimed within 14 days of the race.
Q. What is a timing chip?
A. A timing chip is a tiny computer transponder that you wear during the race for scoring purposes. If you do not wear the chip assigned to you, you will not be scored in the race.
Q. Do I need to rent a timing chip for the race?
A. Timing chips are provided for all participants in the event. There is no charge for the chip unless you fail to return it following the race. The cost to replace the chip is $25. In most cases, the chips are distributed on race morning.
Q. How does it work?
A. Each chip has a built in unique code that is sent to the scoring line when it crosses over it. The scoring line records the GPS time (using GPS receivers) of the crossing and the code of the chip and sends that data over the network to the scoring computer. Our scoring computer then uses proprietary software to turn all of those passing times into your race results. Race Director Rob, was a programmer before starting this business and used those skills to build the industry’s best scoring system.
Q. What happens if I lose the timing chip?
A. You are responsible for the timing chip and band. If you lose it, or do not return it to a volunteer at the finish line only following the race, you will be billed for the replacement cost of the chip and band ($25). You may return it to: Integrity Multisport, 10152 W. Indiantown Road, Suite 132, Jupiter, FL 33478
Q. I’m on a Relay Team, who wears the timing chip?
A. Each member of the team wears the chip during his/her segment of the race. The members will transfer the chip from one team member to another in a designated area within the transition area.
Q. What do I do if I lose my timing chip during the race?
A. Notify the volunteers at the finish line so they can manually record your time.
Q. Where do I put the chip?
A. The timing chip is attached to an ankle bracelet that must be worn around your left ankle (to avoid getting caught in your bike chain) during the entire race. If the timing chip is not affixed to your ankle, you will not be scored.
Q. Can I put the timing chip on my own ankle bracelet?
A. No. If you return the chip without it’s band, you will be billed $5 for the replacement cost of the band.
Q. Can I race with my own timing chip?
A. No. Most people that own a chip own a proprietary ChampionChip. Those chips are not compatible with our timing lines.
Q. I didn’t turn in my timing chip after the race. Where do I return it so I won’t be charged the “lost chip” fee?
A. Multirace.com, 10152 W. Indiantown Road, Suite 132, Jupiter, FL 33478
Q. What is the timing system used for the event?