Provisional race results are usually available pretty much immediately, thanks to modern technology. Once the race is over and any adjustments have been made, the results are finalised. This may take a few days.
In a year with no chip timing, you will get one time – the ‘gun time’. This is the time from when the race starts to when you cross the finish line.
In a year when we use chip timing but only have a timing mat at the finish, you will again get one time – the gun time.
If there is chip timing with a timing mat at both start and finish, then you will see in the results that you have two times. The first is your gun time. The other is your ‘chip time’ and is the difference between you crossing the start line and crossing the finish line.
In all scenarios, prizes are given out based on the gun time.
To view the results, either click on the PDF file in the table below, or click on the link to our partner’s website where you can look up yourself or your team and view the results.
|Link to Timing Company’s Results
|Rushmoor 10k 2022 PDF
|We now have our own chip timing equipment!
|Rushmoor 10k 2021 PDF
|No chip timing in 2021
|Rushmoor 10k 2019 PDF
|Rushmoor 10k 2018 PDF
|Rushmoor 10k 2017 PDF
|Rushmoor 10k 2016 PDF
|Rushmoor 10k 2015 PDF
|No chip timing in 2015