A look at race banditing from the perspective of the race director: who are race bandits, what motivates them, what does the law say and how to combat them?
Organising a Race
So you’ve decided to do your own race timing. Here’s what you need to consider before buying, renting or building your own chip timing system.
RunSignup’s Johanna Goode discusses industry trends and marketing best-practices based on data from over 40,000 races.
From finding and vetting suppliers to making secure payment, here’s everything you need to know to order your race supplies direct from China.
Looking for ideas for your next fun run or 5K? Here’s the most popular fun run themes for you to choose from for your next 5K run concept.
Frustrated with finding and securing sponsors? This is the guide for you.
Start collecting registrations in minutes with our customizable 5K registration form templates.
Do you know your options when it comes to race insurance? We look at all the ways you can get your event (and yourself) covered.
Want to keep on top of your race to-dos before, during and after race day? Check out our detailed race directors checklist and don’t miss a thing.
Is a race director certification program right for you? We look at what’s involved and whether it’s worth the time, cost and effort.
Key takeaways from our live GDPR Q&A session with accredited GDPR professional and Websand CEO, Saul Gowens
Tired of throwing away unclaimed medals and T-shirts after a race? Hate waste? We do too – here’s our top tips for cutting down on race waste.
Confused about how many portable toilets you’ll need for your race? Here’s everything you need to know about how many to hire and how to deploy them.
Races are reaping the benefits of live tracking with improved safety and increased social engagement. We look at the technologies making it possible.
Could your race photos be worth more to you if you gave them away for free? We look at emerging models of taking and distributing race photos
Everything you need to know about marking a trail race course, from choices of materials you can use on different terrains to trail marking best practices.
We asked Jackie Hurd of runlogo.com what makes a good logo and what things to keep in mind when getting one. Here’s her take.
From event management to document sharing and email marketing, here’s our pick of top tools to boost your productivity
Are you keen on improving the eco credentials of your race and being good to the environment as well as your race participants? Check out top green tips!
Need an alternative to chip timing for your race? We looked at the options and bring you the best for any type of race