Automatic sports timing was invented in 1982 by the founders of MYLAPS. Our passion for sports and technology has always been the driving force. We develop products and services for measuring, publishing and analyzing racers’ and athletes’ training and race results.
Back in 1982 we invented automatic sports timing. Thousands of events that previously used stopwatches and thumbs to keep track of results now rely on MYLAPS technology.
We offer a wide range of timing systems. They have been developed to suit the needs of professional timers, event organizers, track and club owners and federations, as well as individual racers and athletes.
Our systems support registration, identify individual racers and athletes, determine their start, finish and intermediate times, collect performance data, calculate rankings and publish the results.
Our products enhance the experience for all sports categories, from professional to amateur level, from small to high density events.
Every year, over 20 million racers and athletes perform in MYLAPS-timed contests, such as: 24 Hours of Le Mans, Boston Marathon, CIK-FIA Karting World Championship, Giro d’Italia, FIA World Touring Car Championship, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Ironman Triathlon, IFMAR, NASCAR, Olympics, Super GT Japan, EFRA, FIM MX1/MX2 Motocross World Championship and WSBK World Superbikes, as well as countless amateur events worldwide.