Mylaps is the race timing company that invented the ChampionChip which made them the first company to create an automated timing device for running events. Mylaps now does timing for races all over the world. The ChampionChip timing system measures race times and can be instantly posted to scoreboards and uploaded online. Each runner is given their own chip so they can identify, track and record the exact time the athlete starts and finishes the race. The Bibtag system is for events of all sizes, whether it's a city marathon or a small organized race. Each runner has their own unique bibtag signal. The decoder is connected to the mats and it decodes the bibtag signals. The decoder can handle a high density of athletes. Mylaps timing is used in big events like the Boston Marathon, the BMW Berlin-Marathon and the Green Bay Marathon. They also use Mylaps timing at the Warrior Dash, which is the world's largest obstacle race series.
Learn more about Mylaps timing software by visiting the Mylaps Company website