Over the weekend of the 28-29 April 2012, RFID Race Timing’s ULTRA timing system was chalking up some impressive races in Norway. On one side of the country Josh Lisac of ToppTid was timing the Bergen City Marathon, while in Oslo Morton Toft of Ultimate Timing was taking care of the timing service at Sentrumsløpet.
Sentrumsløpet was first run in 1981 with just over 1800 and has grown to over 9000 runners in 2012 making it Oslo’s largest running event.
The Bergen City Marathon had well over 1000 runners split over multiple distances (full marathon, half, and 3km), an event similar in setup and size to the Holmestrand Marathon that ToppTid timed 2 weeks before.
”We experienced very, very high read rates at both races. The ultras are easy to setup and can handle massive volumes of runners. I am very impressed with their quality and look forward using them in the future!” was the feedback from Josh Lisac.
For some more great photos and report of the 2012 Sentrumsløpet follow this link.