Local Offline Scoring


No Internet required for scoring. Cloud-based backups and management.

Data Auto Sync


Bidirectional automatic synching between registration data, scoring kiosks, and RaceDay CheckIn app.

Flexible Info Collection


For simple to complex scenarios – from standard road race to aggregate team scoring, lap events, and cross country events. 

Open Scoring System


Designed with an open platform. Use with any timing equipment and any registration software. 

RaceDay Scoring Video Support

More of a “show me” type than a “tell me” type? Check out all the latest videos on RaceSay Scoring, from 30-second updates to full platform demos.

What Timers Are Saying About RaceDay Scoring

“I hate change! But I like the ease of RDS and the integration with RunSignup is a big time saver. They keep improving and adding requested features, too.”

– Terri LaPoint Kaczor

“I got into timing 3-4 years ago so I went straight to RaceDay Scoring. As someone who was a beginner, I found RDS to be very intuitive, easy to understand, and the support is great.”

– Jimmy Balmer

“We were reluctant to change after using the same software for 12 years. We have no regrets changing; do it!

– Ryan Walsh

RaceDay Scoring Training

We invite timers to become RaceDay Scoring Certified by completing this free training course. The material provided provides a basic understanding of how to set up and use RaceDay Scoring. You can complete the recorded course on your own time and pace by watching this recorded class.

Use these files: Participant List and Chip Read File.

RaceDay Scoring Refresher

If you are already certified and just need a quick brush up on RaceDay Scoring, watch this shortened session of the full certification course. 

Contact Us

Feel free to schedule one-on-one training to talk through how to use RaceDay Scoring and get your questions answered. 

raceday@runsignup.com | (267) 603-1469

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