Thursday , 30 November 2023

Omega company sponsorship extension until 2032 Olympics!

The International Olympic Committee announced an extension to its global partnership with official timekeeper Omega through to 2032, extending its existing partnership by 12 years to include the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 through to the Games of 2032.

The announcement was made at The Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, by Thomas Bach, IOC President; Nick Hayek, CEO of Swatch Group and Chairman of OMEGA; and Raynald Aeschlimann, President and CEO of OMEGA. OMEGA is the first Worldwide Olympic Partner to commit to the Olympic Movement through to 2032. The extension marks 100 years since the start of OMEGA's relationship with the Olympic Games, which dates back to the Olympic Games in 1932 in Los Angeles. The partnership will continue the commitment by OMEGA to provide cutting-edge timing, scoring, and in-venue results system and equipment, which are critical for the success of the Olympic Games.

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