Super Sports Events offers race timing at very competitive pricesto race organisers in the UAE, using state-of-the-art RFID chip timing systems.
Based in Dubai, UAE, Super Sports Events is a division of Super Sports Academy. The team is well experienced in race management, race timing and sports event management in general. You are assured of a quality service with the requirements of the organisers and the enjoyment of the event participants foremost in our minds.
Super Sports Events uses the Ultra race timing hardware from RFID Timing Systems in Australia, combined with powerful RaceTec race timing software, also from Australia.
Having been developed for some of the world’s largest and most technologically advanced races, RaceTec leaves us perfectly placed to offer you excellent race timing and race results services.
Able to cope with any type of race; a 50,000 competitor marathon with 5km splits, Ironman triathlon, ITU World Championships, 24-hour multi-lap races, UCI cycling stage races, multi-day MTB races, ocean swims, fun runs, MTB downhill, cross-country ski, school cross country.
If you have the budget the system is able to provide live television broadcast interfaces, LED display board interfaces, big-screen displays, TCP/IP outputs, XML services.
Unlike most race timing and race results available, there are no limits whatsoever in RaceTec, other than your budget; any number of timing points, any number of wave starts, age categories, competitors, timing chips per competitor.
Who uses RaceTec race timing software?
Race results will be posted to the Results page on our website, where you can also see previous results of races that Super Sports Events has timed.
Who uses RFID Race Timing systems hardware?
The RFID Race Timing System has its origins back in 1996 when two pioneering West Australians developed a transponder timing system for their local triathlon
club. The device was so successful that another larger system was commissioned by Triathlon Western Australia in 1996.
The RFID Race Timing System was subsequently used to time just about every multi-sport race in Western Australia as well as numerous swimming races including the Multiplex Rottnest Channel Swim which boasted a field size of over 2000 swimmers.
By 2004, the RFID Race Timing System was being used to time major triathlons around the country including the Australian Triathlon Championships. Even a first of its kind antenna was developed for use in canoeing races and was used for the first time in 2005 to time the Avon Descent. In the same year, Accuchip Timing became our exclusive distributor for North and South America.
By 2007, the RFID Race Timing System had been used at both Australian Ironman races, ITU World Cup Triathlon races and the World Kayak Championships.
Early in 2008 the brand new High Density Digital (HDD) System was released which gave the RFID Race Timing System the capability to time the start and finish lines of any size running event. The HDD System passed with flying colours at the prestigious 2008 Melbourne Marathon (20,000 runners) and the 2009 New Orleans Mardi Gras Marathon (8000 runners).
In 2009 the HDD Systems continue to be the workhorse for many internationally timed events including both the ITU World Championships (Gold Coast) and Long Course Championships (Perth). The same system timed the prestigious Noosa Triathlon for the first time with a field of over 3000 triathletes. The HDD System was also used at the largest timed cycle event in the world – The Cape Argus Cycle Tour in Capetown South Africa.
Further details of the system can be found on the RFID Timing website and their YouTube video: