race|result welcomes new customer Peak 7 Sports and the Tri the Parks Series

September 19, 2019

Atlanta-based triathlon organizer Peak 7 Sports is switching to race|result active timing technology for the next race season

The team at race|result is happy to welcome another US triathlon series to the rapidly growing race|result family. Peak 7 Sports is the organizer for a triathlon race series across state parks in the Atlanta area. The series has been a favorite with triathletes since the first races in 2001 and now also includes options for relay teams, duathlons and aquabikes.

The race|result system setup that Peak 7 Sports will be using for their triathlon series is a combination of active USB Timing Boxes and Loop Boxes. The whole system fits in a small backpack – it’s not only the smallest and most cost-effective active timing system in the world, it also offers the highest detection rate and reliability on the market. As the global innovation leader in timekeeping technology, race|result has been at the forefront of development and the race|result active system has become the technology of choice for top multisport races around the world.

Jon, Ann, Ben and Cassie Carr, owners of Peak 7 Sports, are excited to start their next triathlon season with new timekeeping technology. “We look forward to bringing our timing technology up to speed with the most advanced system in the industry. The options of Store and Repeat mode in the Loop Boxes give us a lot of flexibility at our races and being able to so easily set up wireless live splits will be extraordinary. We are also very excited about all the possibilities the system offers us to expand and add extra split points and live tracking with Track Boxes on the course. We’re confident the new system will improve the race experience for all of our athletes and help us grow our race series.”

For more information about race|result, visit www.raceresult.com.

For more information about Peak 7 Sports, visit www.tritheparks.com.