The 35th Olympic Games in 2032 will be the legendary testimony of the Omega and the Olympic Games. Since the Los Angeles Olympic Games in 1932, Omega has 27 times as the Olympic Games officially timed, and continue to develop and introduce cutting-edge high-tech timing technology and equipment, including electronic guns, swimming pool automatic touchpad and the first time in the Rio Olympic Games, Scan ‘O’ Vision MYRIA, which captures 10,000 digital images, ensures accurate timing for each event.
Nick Hayek, CEO of Swatch Group, Raynald Aeschlimann, Omega Global President and CEO, and Thomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), announced in Omostro’s Olympic Museum in Lausanne that Omega became the first to extend its partnership to the 2032 Olympic Games Olympic Global Partner.
“The Olympic Games is one of the most exciting sports events in the world,” said Nick Hayek, CEO of Swatch Group. “The Olympic medal is also the highest dream of every athletic athlete struggling, and the solidarity of the Olympic Games is deeply influenced Everyone in the world can keep pace with the favorite players through any media platform, and since the beginning of the Los Angeles Olympic Games in 1932, Omega has been able to determine the ownership of gold and silver bronze by accurate measurement “We are proud to announce that Omega will continue to serve as the Olympic Games in 2032 and will be a major part of Omega’s cooperation with the Olympic Games for a hundred years.”
“Omega is a well-deserved leader in the field of sports timing,” said Thomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), for Omega’s continued partnership with the IOC. By continuing the partnership to 2032, Omega will continue To create a fair entry environment for Olympic athletes with a trustworthy timetable, and 2032 will be an important milestone in Omega’s cooperation with the IOC, which was the first time that the Olympics began Omega timing equipment 100 years ago.
“We are delighted that Omega became the first global partner to host the partnership until 2032. It was also the first time that Omega was the first in our long-term partnership,” said Tsunekazu Takeda, Chairman of the IOC Marketing Committee. Extending the partnership for 12 years, highlighting the power of the Olympic and IOC business plans.
Omega will continue to play the Olympic Games official timing task, providing leading technology precision timing, scoring equipment, score display system and screen image technology and other services, become an important part of the Olympic Games.