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Re: RC: Timing Clocks
- To: "Linda B. Merims" <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: RC: Timing Clocks
- From: Roger Rittenhouse <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2001 00:16:04 -0400
- CC: email@example.com
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- Organization: RIDECAMP
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- Reply-To: Roger Rittenhouse <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Clocks were from RADIO SHACK - radio linked to US time WWV ..
all very accurate.. provided by Henry Mulburg ?? form the the OD
Not too costly - would be a great asset for many rides ... no
Thursday, October 11, 2001, 11:29:37 AM, you wrote:
LBM> This is a question mostly for ride managers...
LBM> I've been mulling an idea for a new kind of competition that would help the
LBM> mostly recreational trail riders that attend my events improve their
LBM> skill at judging pace and distance.
LBM> To pull this off, though, we'd need about five or six *synchronized* accurate clocks.
LBM> I noticed that, at PAC, there were these big white clocks that were the official
LBM> timers. Big 10" digital white plastic things that were scattered all over the
LBM> place: at the in/out timer's, when the horse entered the pulse-taking area,
LBM> Where does one get these clocks? Were do you get your timing clocks,
LBM> whatever you use? Are these clocks something special--guaranteed to be
LBM> more accurate (and thus synchronized) than your typical K-Mart kitchen clock?
LBM> Or is K-Mart quality considered good-enough? How much do the clocks
LBM> cost, if they are something special?
LBM> Linda B. Merims
LBM> Massachusetts, USA
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