I just ran the 2018 Bring in Spring 5K in Eugene Oregon. My time was 31:54.5, a pace of 10:16. I was the 10 finisher, 5 out of 9 M, and I was 1 out of 1 in my age group. You can see my complete results here: https://eclecticedgeracing.overallraceresults.com/pages/individual_results/39/21405/
What is the difference between Gun Time and Net Time?
Gun Time is based on the time from when the gun goes off (READY SET GO!) to the time the participant crosses the finish line. Every participant who starts in the same wave is assigned the same Gun Time.
Chip Time, Net Time, or Mat to Mat Time, is a personal time and is based on when the participant crosses the mats at the start to when the participant crosses the finish line. Chip or Net Time is only collected when a race has ordered mats for the start, so chip time is not always available.