The Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2012 will provide Mylaps Sports Timing system to all Half Marathon runners, this race category being a compulsorily timed race.
Confirmed runners of the Half Marathon (21.097 km) will get a timing chip along with their running number from the Get Active Expo.
It's necessary for every half marathon runner to personally collect his/her timing chip and running number from the Expo...
- Know how to wear your timing chip
- Understand the do's and don'ts of your race and timing
- Verify your information with us.
Please read the instructions given to you prior to tying the chip to your shoelace on race day. Each timing chip is specifically allocated to the running number of individual runners. DO NOT exchange either your timing chip or running number bib with another fellow runner. Any interchange will amount no timing and disqualification of your participation from the 2012 and 2013 editions.
Post your race, you are urged to deposit your timing chip in the drums placed after the finish line.
What is Mylaps Sports Timing and how does it work?
The Mylaps Sports Timing is a high-tech, easy to use timing device. It can provide accurate net and split times for every individual athlete. A timing chip is a miniature transponder in a specially designed housing, marked with a unique identification number. The chip is a waterproof glass capsule that contains a silicon chip and an energizing coil. The timing chip can be used under all weather conditions, wet and dry, cold and hot. The chip starts to send its signal when it crosses various mats which are placed at the Start & Finish gates and at designated split points on the course. Your time at such points will be captured and duly recorded.
This timing technology will be provided and managed by Timing Technologies India (TTIL), the official distributor of the Mylaps Sports Timing System in India and Asia.