Olympic timings need to be precise to cater for close finishes, as in Athens 2004, when America's Justin Gatlin beat Portugal's Francis Obikwelu by just 0.01s in the 100m final.
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Olympic timekeepers Omega are unveiling the latest technology that will be used at the London 2012 Games. It can monitor athletes' performance to the nearest one thousandth of a second.
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