Source: Colorado Time Systems
Loveland, CO -- May 13, 2014 -- Colorado Time Systems, a PlayCore company, is pleased to continue their partnership with USA Synchro through December 2017.
Colorado Time Systems will provide scoring, display equipment, and technical support for USA Synchro's championship events including: US Collegiate Championship, US National Championship, US Age Group Championship, US Open, US Masters Championship, and international competitions that USA Synchro brings to the US.
"Colorado Time Systems has worked in conjunction with USA Synchro for over 10 years and we are pleased to continue our partnership through 2017," said Dr. Anita Sayed, PlayCore Senior Vice President and Colorado Time Systems' General Manager. "In addition to our sponsorship agreement, they have been a tremendous asset in the development of the Synchronized Swimming Meet Management software; which was designed to keep up with the new FINA and USA Synchro rules established last year."
"We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Colorado Time Systems," said Kevin Warner, USA Synchro's Executive Director. "Their professional expertise in scoring and continuous support for synchronized swimming is paramount to us."
About Colorado Time Systems:
Colorado Time Systems, a PlayCore company, has established a reputation for precision and innovation in swim timing and scoring equipment. Since 1972, premier aquatic facilities have chosen Colorado Time Systems for platinum quality timing, scoring, and display systems. Learn more at www.coloradotime.com.
PlayCore helps build stronger communities around the world by advancing play through research, programs, and partnerships. They infuse this learning into their complete family of brands. PlayCore combines best in class planning and education programs with the most comprehensive array of recreation products available to create solutions that match the unique needs of each community they serve. Learn more at www.playcore.com.
About USA Synchro:
U.S. Synchronized Swimming (USSS) was established as a nonprofit organization in 1977 and is the United States national governing body for the sport. It is recognized by the International Olympic Committee, the United States Olympic Committee and FINA (Federation Internationale de Natation Amateur) -- the international governing federation. Learn more at www.usasynchro.org.