OverallRaceResults.com is a user friendly live results website offered for race timers.

Each timing company has their own dedicated sub-domain so a timer's race results are not mixed in with other timing company's races. This site can handle races with multiple distances, splits, triathlons/duathlons, cross country races, and relays. Results are updated every 1 - 2 minutes.

The home page of the Public site is the Latest Results. Additional pages are Past Results (separated by year), Upcoming Events, About Us, and Contact Us. There is an Event search bar and a First & Last Name search bar to pull up all that person's results hosted on the site.

Events are set up through an Admin site and takes less than five minutes.

There are many features built into this site:

  1. Event Summary page with the top ten male and female finishers for each race/distance.
  2. Overall Results - finishing order can be sorted by Gun Time or Net Time
  3. Division Results (age/gender/team) - finishing order can be sorted by Gun Time or Net Time
  4. Individual Results page - personalized for each participant. This page includes the ability to share results on Facebook and Twitter, to compare their results with the field, print out a Finisher's Certificate, and if set up by the timer, view video of themselves crossing the finish line.
  5. Sharing Results - a feature where a participant can register their email address and then enter email addresses of friends or family they would like their results to be sent to. Emails are sent after crossing each timing location.
  6. Race Statistics - total entries, total finishers, total and percent male/female finishers, average age
  7. Demographics - by City/State, Age, and Gender
  8. Stats - total number of views of a race's results as well as a graph of number of views from race day through the next 30 days

This site has affordable pricing. There is a one-time set-up fee of $100. The subscription rate starts at $500 for 12 months for up to 100 races; for over 100 races, please contact us (more races equals more bandwidth used). A subscription includes a User Manual (includes Runscore listings templates to automate the FTP process to upload your .csv file of results to the server) and five hours of free support to get you up and going.

For examples of sites, click here (our personalized site) and here.


Professional Race Timing and Finish Line Management Services

Ease of registration, accurate timing, quick access to results, and the appearance of a finish line greatly reflect on the quality and integrity of a race. Our goal is to provide you with a professional looking finish line, quality timing services, and to eliminate the stress of this aspect of your road, trail, or bike race, or cross country meet.

With our website and our email distribution list, we can also help you promote your event.

We offer a choice of timing methods: the tried and true traditional tag-pull method for smaller races, and the state of the art MyLaps BibTag disposable chip timing system.

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MyLaps is considered the most reliable chip timing system with a read rate approaching 99.8%. Races like The Boston Marathon have used the MyLaps system. This system also eliminates the need and expense of collecting chips at the finish as the disposable chip is a thin, lightweight antenna stuck on to the back of each participants bib.


Disposable Chip Timing with MyLaps BibTag System

Chip timing systems require that athletes wear a small, lightweight chip that uniquely identifies them as they cross strategically placed, electronic mats. In its most basic and common form, chip timing electronically handles the task of collecting and processing results at the end of the race. We use the MyLaps BibTag system where the chip, a small lightweight antenna, is placed on the back of the bib - nothing needs to be worn on the runner's shoes or needs to be collected at the finish. Runners wear the bib unobstructed on their chest and our equipment does the rest. MyLaps is considered the most reliable with a read rate approaching 99.8%. Races like The Boston Marathon have used the MyLaps system. You can learn more about the technology at MyLaps.com.

Traditional Timing

Traditional timing, or tag-pull timing, is a manual method that was used before chip timing equipment was invented. It utilizes a timing computer (we use TimeMachines), and tags that are part of the bibs. As each runner and walker crosses the finish, a time is entered in the TimeMachine which is then transmitted to the timing software on a laptop. The finishers are kept in order they crossed the finish line in the chute and at the end of the chute, the tags on the bibs are then pulled and put on a stringer in the order participants finished. The tags are then scanned into the timing software and are matched, in order, to the finish times collected by the TimeMachine to provide the results. Benefits of this method are it is less expensive, and the results can be produced just about as fast as chip timing for small races.



Timberline Events LLC was formed in January 2004 and is based in Englewood, Colorado.  Specializing in running relay events, Timberline Events’ first event was the Wild West Relay in 2004, a 200-mile route from Fort Collins to Steamboat Springs traveling through Northern Colorado and Southern Wyoming.

Timberline Events also organized the 200-mile Green Mountain Relay in Vermont, from 2006 through 2012, and started the 200-mile Heartland Relay in Iowa, and the 165-mile Flaming Foliage Relay in Colorado in 2013. In 2009, we revived a “sprint” relay between college football rivalries - the 52-mile Civil War Relay between Eugene (University of Oregon) and Corvallis (Oregon State University). The Civil War Relay is now known as the Oregon Rivalry Relay.

Timberline Events has a very good reputation and safety record.  We are known for our scenic and rural routes, and the high quality of the organization of our events.

After nineteen years, the Roads Less Traveled Relays was sold to run.Windsor who will continue the tradition of the Wild West Relay and Flaming Foliage Relay.

In 2009, we started offering race timing services to share our race management expertise with smaller community races. With our investment in chip timing equipment, we are now able to assist larger races with their timing needs.

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The owner/race director is Paul Vanderheiden. Paul’s professional background includes: commercial whitewater river guide from 1979 - 2005, working on rivers in California, Oregon, Idaho, and the Grand Canyon. He also owned and managed Open Air Adventures for eleven years, offering river trips on the Class V section of the Kern River known as “The Forks of the Kern”.  Paul also earned an ATP pilot’s license, the highest commercial pilot license rating available.

His running background includes completing eighteen marathons, three Half-Ironman, and the Louisville Ironman triathlon, and organizing or participating with ten relay teams running five different relay events.

Timberline Events has been a member of 1% For the Planet since 2006 (member #214)– one percent of our revenue is donated to environmental organizations.


Timberline Events LLC is a Colorado based race timing and management company offering a full range of sport timing services for running, snowshoe, and Nordic ski races, cycling, and multi-sport events.


Finish Line Timing

Our Finish Line Timing philosophy is Your race's success is our success. Ease of registration, accurate timing, quick access to the results, and the appearance of a finish line greatly reflect on the quality and integrity of a race. Our goal is to eliminate your stress of this aspect of your road or trail running race, bike race, triathlon, Nordic or snowshoe event, mud run, or cross country meet. We will provide great customer service to both you and your race participants.

We offer a choice of timing methods: the tried and true traditional tag-pull method for smaller races, and the state of the art MyLaps BibTag disposable chip timing system, the timing system used by the Boston, Chicago, and Houston Marathons.




OverallRaceResults.com is a subscription based website for race timers that provides live results along with many other services for a race's participants. Each timing company has their own dedicated sub-domain so a timer's race results are not sharing a site with a bunch of other races.


"...it was the most fun I've ever had while running."
John Meyer, Denver Post

Roads Less Traveled Relay Races

Timberline Events specializes in running relay races. A long distance team relay is a type of one to two day adventure race anyone can do. Teams of runners rotate, taking turns running a route between 50 and 200 miles. Our Roads Less Travel Relay Races are designed to be scenic and rural, highlighting the beauty and character of the states they are located in. Registration is limited in size to enable all teams to have a premier running experience.

"Our team just ran the Wild West relay for the second time - our first one was four years ago. Four years ago we couldn't appreciate how well organized this race was, our first one hadn't taught us the lessons of a poorly organized relay yet. The past few years we have done other relays in Utah, Wyoming, and Colorado. Yours by far has the absolute best organization, setup, and volunteer base that we have ever seen.  I know you pull your volunteers from a third-party organization, but you are ultimately the one responsible for making sure they are prepared to do their job and they clearly are. They are knowledgeable, helpful, friendly, and chipper which is all a team can ask for at 4am when they are rolling into an exchange point on zero sleep and miles and miles down in 90+ degree weather.  Additionally, your leg maps, handbooks, and many many emails go above and beyond.  I am sure your job is a difficult and a stressful one and we all just wanted you to know how much we appreciate your obvious passion for your job.  We look forward to our next RLT Relay!" AB, Casper WY

After nineteen years, the Roads Less Traveled Relays series was sold to run.Windsor who will carry on the tradition.


Volunteers With a Purpose, Inc.

Volunteers With A Purpose, Inc is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to match non-profit organizations with fund-raising opportunities with recreational events. VWAP was created by Timberline Events to give back to the communities our relay races go through by involving local non-profit organizations to act as race marshals. Over $400,000 was been raised and distributed to the participating non-profit organizations in Colorado, Vermont, Oregon, and Iowa.