I posted awhile back to see if anyone had ever tried using the Garmin Live track on Pikes Peak. No one had tried it, but I was asked to come back and post if it works. I have a Garmin FR620 with a Live Track application that sync's via bluetooth with my iphone (Verizon service) and then sends a message via email to a recipient who can watch the event live on a phone or computer. I tried it out today and it worked great. My wife and son were at the top and able to track my progress the whole way up. It only gives mile splits - does not relay the manual lap info that I was using at the key checkpoints, but still a great app, I think. Here's a link if you want to see what it looked like. The link is only good for a day though.
At the bottom of the page there is a "graphs" arrow that, if yo click on it, will show key stats too - pace, elevation, heart rate, etc.