2015 "Dennis Ikenberry" Pioneer Award

DennisIkenberryPioneerAwardChronoTrack awarded us the "Dennis Ikenberry" Pioneer Award in 2015 for "(our) willingness to step up, test and adopt the pioneering technology of the Active Tag System."

"ChronoTrack sought out a partner who would be willing to to test this new system in a water intensive environment. An overseas partner was selected because of the need to keep this development effort secret until it was ready for release. This partner was Andrew Ninness of Ninness Associates in New Zealand. Andrew allowed us to test the system at two of his races and later he used the system at four more of his races without assistance from ChronoTrack support personnel. Andrew detailed the results and performance of the system at all these events."

Each year, the award winner is presented with Frederic Remington's bronze sculpture, Coming through the Rye. It serves as a true symbol of the pioneer award spirit by depicting four horsemen at full gallop, six-shooters raised over their heads, and charging forward into their future.

For a little background to the pioneering work of Dennis Ikenberry read this article from Competitor Running.