Official Timing System
The Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K was the first major marathon in the Midwest to use a new, disposable road racing timing system created by ChronoTrack Systems in 2008. Now, we'll be using the ChronoTrack BTag Disposable Bib.
Participants in the May 15 race no longer have to register their timing chip at the Expo, or have it removed at the finish line. The ChronoTrack system allows race organizers to print an integrated tag into the bib for each participant, encoding the runner’s bib number into the tag’s "chip." All you need to do is wear your bib appropriately and your time will be kept.
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Because of this new system, runners may no longer wear their own ChampionChip in the race.