Maurice Lacroix is the new Official Timekeeper of the World Triathlon Championship Series.
The championship touches down in cities across the world, beginning this month with the opening race in Yokohama, Japan, on May 15.
Men’s and Women’s race winners in Japan will receive the Maurice Lacroix Leader’s Timekeeper Trophy to be awarded to the series leader after each stop on the circuit.
“It is an honour for Maurice Lacroix to be the Official Timekeeper of the World Triathlon Championship Series for the coming years. We have always recognised the importance of being ambitious and focussed, traits we embrace in our company and share in common with these highly competitive athletes. The events will take place in a number of fascinating cities, upholding our company’s desire to associate the Maurice Lacroix brand with the vitality of urban life in the long term,” says Maurice Lacroix managing director Stéphane Waser.
World Triathlon President and IOC member, Marisol Casado, adds: “We are so pleased to announce that Maurice Lacroix has been appointed the Official Timekeeper of the World Triathlon Championship Series. We are delighted to welcome such a prestigious new partner to the World Triathlon family and to work with them during such an important Olympic and Paralympic year.”