2015

  • Launch of the membership portal allowing users to claim results!

2014

  • Reached the timing milestone of 720 events/year
  • Sportstats acquired the iRun running publication
  • Sportstats acquired Milliseconds Timing in Utah, USA, and partnered with ChipTiming in Bangkok, Thailand

Events

720

2013

  • Sportstats established a presence worldwide with offices in opening in San Diego, USA and in Singapore
  • First Sportstats franchise opened in eastern Québec City
  • Reached the timing milestone of 600 events/year

Events

600

2012

  • Sportstats is now official timing partner for all North American Ironman and Ironman 70.3 events
  • Reached the timing milestone of 500 events/year
  • Sportstats expanded to its current 4000sqf location on Colonnade Rd.
  • Sportstats acquired Race Headquarters of Vancouver

Events

500

2007

  • Reached the timing milestone of 300 events/year

Events

300

2005

  • Sportstats established its first professional office

2004

  • Sportstats scored the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii for the first time and continues to present day

1999

  • The Toronto Marathon, the Canada Running Series, and the Montreal Marathon all started using ChampionChip timing through Sportstats
  • Timed Ironman Lake Placid and Partnered with North American Sports to provide timing services for other Ironman events

1997

  • Timed Ironman Canada for the first time
  • Introduced the ChampionChip timing technology at the Ottawa Marathon, changing the face of timing in Canada.
  • Reached the timing milestone of 100 events/year

Events

100

1995

  • Marc Roy and Isabelle Fradette acquired Sportstats from Terry B. McKinty

Events

42

1994

  • Reached the timing milestone of 42 events/year

1993

  • Marc Roy joins the Sportstats team
  • Sportstats times Graham Fraser's Trisport Triathlon series

1992

  • Sportstats times the ITU World Champoinship in Muskoka, ON

1991

  • Sportstats was founded in Ottawa, Canada
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