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ARMS updates services with more options for race timing

With the start of the new year, we are excited to announce that we have made some investments that give more options for race timing, including a cheaper option to allow smaller races the option of accurate chip timing. The new system is from the same manufacturer, IPICO, that made the system we have been using […]

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Olympian Jim Ryun spends time in Elizabethtown

  A gracious, generous and humble Jim Ryun spent three days in Elizabethtown this week talking to athletes in the community and addressing the high school cross country team at its awards banquet on Monday night. Applied Race Management Solutions was proud to be a part of things, sponsoring Ryun’s visit and serving as the […]

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Frozen Foot Race Series offers Couch to 5K training

Have you wanted to run a 5K but felt intimidated because you’ve never done it before? Or maybe you’ve run one in the past but have gotten out of shape and need some motivation? The Frozen Foot 5K Race Series can help. For the second year in a row, we are offering Couch to 5K […]

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5 tips for recovering after your big race

We are well into the fall racing season, and many people have completed their goal race – the Hershey Half was this past Sunday – and many other races are on the calendar through November and December. Leading up to a race, you’ll be focused on the preparation and training and what to do in […]

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Scenes from the Blue Jay 5K

The weather cooperated for the Blue Jay 5K this past Sunday, with temperatures a little warmer than they’ve been in recent years for this race on homecoming weekend at Elizabethtown College. Kurt Degoede, an engineering professor at the college, won the overall men’s race in 18:29, and Brenda Read-Daily was the top women’s finisher in […]

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