Computer Services and Software for Road Races
and Track and Cross Country Meets
To search for a particular event or athlete, enter its/his/her name here and click the "Search" button.
Have FinishLynx, Will Travel
Apple Raceberry JaM has been timing and scoring meets for more than 15 years, since 1993 with FinishLynx. The services now include FieldLynx for field events and IdentiLynx for non-lane races. We have more room in our indoor schedule this year than is usual. To inquire as to whether our schedule fits yours, please contact Jack Moran (email@example.com). You may be surprised how economical quality meet services can be.
On-Line Meet Entry Service
Apple Raceberry JaM now offers meet directors a relatively simple, economical ($50 per meet) system for online meet entry.
For a demo of the process as it would be seen by coaches, click here.
For more information, and/or to enter the information on your meet(s), click here.
Now Offering Chip Timing!
Apple Raceberry JaM has acquired the IPICO Sports Tag Timing System, the timing system used by the Bolder Boulder mega race. We don't have enough chips to handle that one, but we can probably do yours! Drop us an email or check out the latest Road Race Services page.
Time and Score on the Same Computer!
When Apple Raceberry JaM scores a road race or cross country meet without using its chip system, times are recorded at the finish line by its TimeMachines and dumped into the scoring computer. It's clean and fast, but, at over $1,000 a pop, these machines don't fit everyone's budget. If you're using a laptop computer to score the meet, you can now station a helper at the same computer to time with one of the F keys while you're typing in finishers' ID numbers. Check it out by downloading the free demo package!
About This Site
This site is maintained by Apple RaceberryJaM, a Computer Services company based in Edina, Minnesota. We serve track and cross country meets and road races, mostly in Minnesota, but also do the NCAA Division III Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field Championships (since 1997) and occasionally an NCAA Cross Country Championship as well (DI, DII, and DIII). The software we use is Apple RaceberryJaM, which is used by discerning meet and race directors (as well as other computer service companies) around the world. All the good-looking results posted at this site were produced by Apple RaceberryJaM. We also link to results done with less capable software that are posted elsewhere; those are the ones that don't look so good.
Road race results that are scored with Apple Raceberry JaM are usually posted by 6 p.m. on the evening of the event. Track and cross country meet results may take longer, depending on the duration and location of the meet.
Our aim is to make this site a regional resource, posting entry information and results (or links thereto) for events in the upper midwest regardless of whether or not they are scored with Apple Raceberry JaM. Results of races on certified courses in Minnesota are posted gratis provided we receive them (along with the documentation required for record keeping) within a week of the race. Results of other road races are published for $10 per race ($20 if there are more than 500 finishers, in which case the men's and women's results are separated). There is a small fee for posting entry information ($10 or one entry fee, whichever is greater).
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To check out the usage of this site, click here. We get over 2 million hits a month.
For information on how we may serve your event or to comment on this service, send a message to Jack Moran (firstname.lastname@example.org).