If someone has written up a race report (a little more detail from the perspective of a participant) and entered it here: you may find it in race reports
Steve from The Castle: “Dad, you haven’t let anyone down. I don’t know what the opposite of lettin’ someone down is… but you done the opposite.”
The current trend seems to be toward real-time tracking where all participants carry some kind of tracking chip and their progress during a race can be monitored via a website or app (the software for this live tracking may be provided by separate companies). Initially used in large, international races these systems seem to becoming more prevalent in local races. Beyond real-time tracking which can have safety as well as spectator advantages, these systems hold the promise of much more immediate overall race results reporting that requires less manual labor (yes this is another “automation”). Now if everyone can get their registration and classification systems worked out to eliminate the confusion and error correction that those problems can cause….
Guide to Live Race Tracking explains how this works, the included list of current providers is extensive although most do not have reviews posted as of early 2021
Some companies provide comprehensive tracking, recording and reporting services which may utilize various combinations of hardware and software from other tracking related companies, but with their own trained personnel to run and coordinate the record keeping for times, placement, and online results reports. Many such race service companies offer a number of other race related services.