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Re: [RC] Rider Cards - Katrina Mosshammer

That's how it is done here in central too. And at quite a few of the OCER rides there is only one person timing, they do arrival, pulse and out timing. The timer is the one who gives the info to the PR person to put in the cards so they have the official info all in one place.

Katrina Mosshammer (AERC # 5763)

"Truman Prevatt" <tprevatt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

In the SE there are three timers all in communications. The in timer (who can sometimes serve as the out timer depending on the ride layout), the out timer and the pulse timer. The pulse timer gives the pulse taker the official time to put on the card. They are the people responsible for filling in the times on the cards. However, if there is a discrepancy they go back to their master list. A rider is released to go back on the trail from the out timers list not his or her ride card. The timers maintain the "official time" - that's their job and they do it quite well in the SE.



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