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Subject: On-course Time Clocks for HIM
I'll be running my first HIM this weekend (Vineman 70.3) and was wondering where the on-course clocks will likely be located.  Exit of T1 & T2, Mile xx of the run, Clocks - what clocks?


2013-07-09 12:38 AM
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Clocks? My HIM this year didn't even have a sign in the transition area telling us which direction to run.
2013-07-09 3:10 AM
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I didn't see one at MT 70.3 until the finish.

Both my bike computer and run computer have a data field on one screen that has the actual time of day.  I just did the math to know my elapsed time.

2013-07-09 8:15 AM
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I just did EagleMan in June and I only remember one clock exiting the swim and one clock at the finish.  If there were others, I didn't see 'em.
2013-07-09 8:29 AM
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Subject: RE: On-course Time Clocks for HIM

Originally posted by TTom I'll be running my first HIM this weekend (Vineman 70.3) and was wondering where the on-course clocks will likely be located.  Exit of T1 & T2, Mile xx of the run, Clocks - what clocks?

I've done 8 70.3's 3 IM's and I only recall seeing a clock at the finish line.   The clock starts with the male pro race so it won't be the correct time due to the wave starts.

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Subject: RE: On-course Time Clocks for HIM

Originally posted by TTom I'll be running my first HIM this weekend (Vineman 70.3) and was wondering where the on-course clocks will likely be located.  Exit of T1 & T2, Mile xx of the run, Clocks - what clocks?

For Full Vineman they are at swim exit and finish line.  I'm guessing the same for the 70.3



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