Peak Performance Timing is a family business!

Terry

has been a distance runner his entire life.  Doing photo-finish timing for track and field events got him interested in chip-timing services for road races.  When injuries slowed down his ability to participate in races, the time was right to start the business.  His degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nebraska helps to solve all the technical challenges that come up during track meets and races! 

Loretta

has been married to Terry since 1988.  Running events have been a big part of life!  Attending, volunteering and now timing at events has become a passion.  Loretta is a computer systems professional and a natural to help with Day-of Registration and the Results kiosk.   She supports the business in multiple ways and is enthusiastic about helping organizations earn funds through races.  Loretta is a Board Member of South Kitsap Helpline.

Emma

is the daughter of Terry and Loretta and was a distance runner in Junior High and High School.  She joined the South Kitsap Jaguars Track and Field Club at age 10 and participated until her high school graduation.  She is finishing up her degree at Western Washington University but is able to travel on weekends to support races with her family.  Emma is very detail oriented and is excellent help with Day-of Registrations, the results kiosk or stationed at a midway check point on the course.

Austin

is the son of Terry and Loretta and was also a distance runner in Junior High, High School and Junior College.  He also was a member of the South Kitsap Jaguars Track and Field Club and participated until high school graduation.  He has earned his 2 year degree from Olympic College and is his father’s right-hand man during a race.  Austin handles all back up timing computers during a race and is instrumental in set up and tear down activities.  His diagnosis of autism helps him spot and correct discrepancies for race data accuracy.

Jacob

is Emma’s boyfriend and has been helping at events since early 2016. He brings brawn and brains to each event, helping with set up, tear down and handling the results kiosk. He helps to keep things running smoothly and offers new insights and suggestions for efficiency. His day job as a security officer at Harrison Hospital brings a priority of safety to the team when we are working on city streets.