The B-tag is a timing device that is will be affixed to the back of each race bib. DO NOT REMOVE the B-tag from your race bib. Please DO NOT BEND the bib number or the B-tag. The tag houses an electronic device that is read by timing mats lining the roadway at the starting line. When the tag passes across the mats the tag is read by an electronic field. This field is similar to scanning food at the grocery store check-out counter. Once the tag is read a start time is registered for your start. The same process is conducted at the finish to calculate your finish time.
No. The B-tag is a one-time electronic timing device. The B-tag will not be collected at the finish line.
From any handheld device, log into your EnMotive Runner Profile account to view your results and photos.
At the Finish Line Festival look for large feather flags in the middle of Vic Mathias Shores for the race results tent. At the tent runners are able to look up there unofficial race results.
The top three participants in each age group will receive their awards in the mail when the official results are confirmed. Age group medals are awarded based on runners chip time. The Statesman Capitol 10,000 Race Director tabulates all the results and all decisions are final. Age groups for Male & Female are as follows 12 & under, 13-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85-89, 90-94, 95 & over.
The King & Queen of the Hill Challenge pits runners to compete up one of the notable hills on W. 15th St. at West Ave. All participants will be timed on the ascent. The fastest participant times between the two timing mats on the ascent will be crowned King & Queen of the Hill.
Runners expecting to be seeded in the fastest group are required to provide proof of their qualifying race result for a certified distance with a time that meets the minimum time requirements.
For more information about the elite group visit Elite Athletes page.