This common issue has come up before, but I don’t know if it has ever been satisfactorily resolved:
I just measured a popular, expired course for a new race. The new race is the customer. The new race prefers that we use their name on the certificate as the course name. But I just made contact with representatives of the old race that has failed to re-certify for three years. The old race wants us to keep their name on the course.
I think I could get these parties to split the cost and everyone would be very happy. I’d be embarrassed if our level of adminstrative expertise precludes us from reasonably accommodating both.
Can we accommodate both by having more than one logical race point to the same physical course? (Today, in the world of database systems we do this all the time.)
Thanks for any procedural assistance!
P.S. ---- My apologies to Duane Russell – Duane I recall you may have actually addressed this very issue at the tail end of your excellent Measurement Seminar in Buffalo last summer. I was lost in the lab at that instant and missed the pertinent detail! The seminar was a GREAT GREAT experience!