One of South Africa’s leading sports timing companies, the KwaZulu-Natal-based FinishTime, has joined forces with Gauteng’s Chamberlain’s Timekeeping Services in a partnership which looks to benefit participation sports across South Africa. FinishTime is one of the leading electronic timing and results data companies in South Africa and has been involved in making sure participants in some of South Africa’s leading sports events have accurate information before, during and after races. Chamberlain’s Timekeeping Services, which operates…"New start as FinishTime partners Chamberlain’s"
For Immediate Release: Durban, 19 November, 2018 FinishTime and SS Timing Events join forces FinishTime, South Africa’s fastest growing timing company with 180 events in the year nationwide, have joined forces with Spectrum Sports Timing (SST) to extend their footprint to races around the country. SST have for a number of years been the official results company for events such as the Joburg2C, Sani2C and Berg&Bush amongst others. With this integration into FinishTime, competitors will…"FinishTime and SS Timing Events join forces"
August was busy month for the crew of FinishTime, timing a total of 14 races across South Africa, including one race in Swakopmund, Namibia. The busiest weekends were the 4 August and 26 August, where no less than three events were timed on a single day. 28 610 results were captured over the 14 races, with the bulk being the Mandela Day Marathon (17500) and the three ladies’ races (Totalsports Ladies Race Cape Town and…"Almost 30 000 results captured"
The Sanlam Cape Town Marathon history making endeavours capped off an incredible month for FinishTime, and it started with one of the biggest events in the global sporting fraternity – the 70.3 IRONMAN World Championships held in Port Elizabeth on 1 and 2 September. Over the weekend, FinishTime recorded splits and final times of almost 6000 athletes, from elite to age groupers. And this was followed worldwide. Jan Frodeno, reclaimed the title he last…"SportsSplits SA time IRONMAN"
Sunday 23 September saw South Africa’s Stephen Mokoka make history when he won the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon in a new course record time of 2:08.31. The following around this feat was all over Social Media. While the sporting community was ecstatic about this performance, ardent followers of the race and Mokoka were not only celebrating his performance, but also the new APP used by the event to be able to track Mokoka’s, and other…"SportsSplits SA make History"