Loveland, CO—October 6, 2011— Colorado Time Systems (CTS), a US based aquatics timing, scoring, and display company, announces today their exclusive multi-year sponsorship renewal agreement with The Mexican Swimming Federation (FMN). This renewal agreement includes all four aquatics sports: swimming, diving, synchronized swimming and water polo. This recent deal contributes to CTS’s already expansive global presence in the aquatics sports world, including agreements with FINA Junior World Swimming Championships.
“We know how important is the relation between the Mexican Swimming Federation and Colorado Time Systems, and we look forward to another term working in the best way together,” said Kiril Todorov, President of the Mexican Swimming Federation.
This new agreement names CTS as the exclusive provider of electronic timing equipment, used for timing and scoring during FMN events. Events including national championships, team selection events, coaching clinics and any other events organized by FMN through 2015. This exclusive agreement also includes using CTS personnel to manage several events for FMN, as mutually agreed upon.
“This has and will continue to be an important partnership for Colorado Time Systems. We have seen significant growth throughout Mexico, and look forward to continuing to support that community,” said Anita Sayed President & CEO of Colorado Time Systems.
About Mexican Swimming Federation (FMN): Headquartered in Mexico City, Mexico. This Federation is the highest authority of swimming, synchronized swimming, diving and water polo in the Mexican Republic. It is recognized and affiliated by the International Swimming Federation (FINA), the American Union of Amateur Swimming (UANA), the Central American Confederation, and the Caribbean of Amateur Swimming (CCAAN), the Mexican Sports Confederation, A.C. (CODEME) and the Mexican Olympic Committee, A.C. (COM).
About Colorado Time Systems (CTS): Headquartered in Loveland, Colorado, USA. Colorado Time Systems has established a reputation for precision and innovation in swim timing equipment. Since 1972, premier aquatic facilities have chosen Colorado Time Systems for platinum quality timing, scoring, and display systems.
Contact: Shari Kingston Adams
Colorado Time Systems Public Relations