Race Support Services

Granite State Race Services highly recommends the following road race support services and products with whom we have been associated for many years.

  • DMSE Sports
    Dave McGillivray Sports Enterprises. The Boston Marathon race director and his team can manage your race, whether it's a small 5k or, well, the Boston Marathon.
  • Conventures
    The organizers of the Tufts 10K for Women in Boston and numerous other regional road races bring years of experience to the management of your event.
  • Lightbox Technologies
    Lightbox race registration services, iResults displays and hi-tech race clocks. Find out more off our Technology menu above.
  • Announcers on the Run
    Andy Schachat, Steve Moland and crew will bring a high level of professional race announcing to your event. They know the sport and how to liven up a race, making it a much more enjoyable experience for runners and spectators.
  • Eagle Events
    Mike Thompson at Eagle Events specializes in event operations, announcing, race clocks, sound systems and equipment rentals. During the past 20 years, Eagle Events Management has been part of over 800 events within the U.S. including the ESPN XGames, Hawaii Ironman Triathlon, Boston Marathon, New York City Marathon, 2002 Winter Olympics, 1998 Goodwill Games, Philadelphia Marathon, Disney Marathon, the ING Gerogia Marathon, Boston Marathon Jimmy Fun Walk and the Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl. They are active in events all over new England
  • USATF New England
    The New England branch of the U.S. Track & Field Association provides many services for races through the area, including officiating and course certification to USATF distance standards.
  • New England Runner
    Keep up with the sport of road racing and cross country through New England and New York. Their magazine is a great place to advertise your race, and be sure to get listed in their annual calendar, which is published each February.
  • Star Systems Digital Clocks & Accessories
    Sales and Rentals of digital finish line and split clocks.