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2018 Olympics

The tech that determines who wins the gold

The difference between first and second place can come down to a fraction of a second. We talk to the CEO of Omega Timing, the official timekeepers of the Olympic Games in Rio, about technology at the finish line that helps determine who gets the gold.
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