Most races use some form of timing technology, and the most common is chip time. This means that a computer chip is placed in your shoe at the beginning of the race, and it records your official race time.
Runners can then compare their chip times to their gun times, and if they are within the chip time range, they can set personal records at the next event. The chip time can also be compared to other race results, and it is possible to see how your times have changed from year to year.
When a runner is under the USATF speed guideline, he or she will be listed with an asterisk or pound sign in the race time. The asterisk means that the runner is under the guideline for that age group or gender, and the pound sign indicates that the runner was not able to reach the speed guideline.
If you are looking for a particular result, you can find it by clicking on the Race Video link. This allows you to see a video from 2, 5 or 10 seconds before the person finishes the race.
When you are ready to create your final result, go to the Go Race Day tab and open up the section for Results. Click on the Edit Results button and then you will be able to add the video settings that you need to complete your YouTube race video.