• BC Punch Pass

    Continuing in 2019, CCBC in collaboration with clubs across BC is offering a Punch Pass that allows holders to ski at 25 participating clubs.  Proceeds are split between the selling clubs, and CCBC who issues the Punch Passes.  In order to help clubs sell the punch passes and automate the…

  • Passive vs Active Timing Chips

    We often get asked “why don’t you just use those disposable chips like they do in running”, or “it’s a pain to collect chips after the race.”  This FAQ is meant to better explain the differences between disposable passive chips and GoChip which is an active chip. Passive Active (GoChip…

  • Setting up a Stripe Account

    On Club Overview click Edit Banking Info: Click Stripe Account: Click Connect with Stripe If you already have a stripe account, click the Sign in link in the upper right hand corner, otherwise, proceed to fill in the application for a new stripe account. Below is a screenshot of all the…

  • Nationals Race Analysis Med Distance Classic

    For today’s race analysis we wanted to have a bigger picture of the whole course and how racers performed on larger segments.  There were 3 courses used so please see the maps and links below for each course. Juvenile Girls 2×2.5km, Junior Boys 3×2.5km, Juvenile Boys 3×2.5km https://zone4.ca/race/2017-03-21/24b11088/ski-nationals-2017-day-4/results/ Open Women…

  • Nationals Race Analysis Day 2

    We at Zone4 have long been curious where on a course racers gain or lose their time.  We wanted to know if GoChip could help us answer that question so during the Nationals Interval Start free race, Zone4 deployed 4 extra timing points to collect segments times.  We wanted to…

  • Start List and Results features for Coaches and Fans

    The Start list and Results views on Zone4 offers several features for coaches doing split timing as well as parents and fans watching both at home and on-site. Navigating Results The new Zone4 timing software includes the ability to have multiple Result Sets grouping racers in different ways.  So for…

  • How to summarize fees per remittance deposit

    Every remittance deposit is accompanied with an email statement detailing which carts are included in each bank deposit.  Some clubs want to be able to record in their accounting software how much of each deposit should be allocated to different chart of accounts or programs.  Although Zone4 is working on a…

  • Scrolling Results on a TV

    (4 large scrolling tv displays at the Canadian Birkebeiner.) Paper results are time consuming to print and post, and need to be re-printed constantly throughout the day as racers finish.  This is why many races are now moving away from printed paper and going completely digital.  To complement the automatic…

  • Pursuit and Multi-Stage Races

    This process requires that your race have both sprint and distance points fields.  These are automatically created by running the validation tool on your race registration. In a Pursuit or Multi-Stage race, there are usually two unique aspects to preparing and timing the race: The start list is often ordered…

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