Around the World: Richard Mille joins the Olympics with Watch for a Sprinter

In the spirit of the Olympics, Richard Mille announces that an Olympian contested — a sprinter – will soon be wearing a Richard Mille watch. Mille, being the consummate king of “athletes must wear the watches while performing their sport” – has opted to put a tourbillon on the wrist of this UNKNOWN runner. In…

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A Moment in Time: 2012 London Summer Olympics Swimmer, Natalie Anne Coughlin

Natalie Anee Coughlin, photo courtesy of OmegaAmerican international swimmer and 11-time Olympic medalist, 30-year-old Natalie Anne Coughlin was the first American woman athlete to win six medals in one Olympics. She also is the first woman to ever swim the 100-meter backstroke in under one minute. As a member of the 2012 United States Olympic…

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Video: Let the Games Begin! The Olympics and Omega’s version of “Start Me Up”

Even though we showed this video back on May 31 (one of the first to air it on watch sites), it warrants another look — just in time for the start of the GAMES! This is one inspirational commercial.   It is the first  LONDON 2012 TV commercial, featuring the world-famous Rolling Stones soundtrack “Start me Up” along with…

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Time Capsules: Product – Cutting-Edge Timing with TAG Heuer’s Mikrotourbillon S

Yep – from concept to cutting-edge reality – TAG Heuer says it is definitely going to be producing the newest Mikrotourbillon S watch for series (albeit most likely a very limited series) production.  The watch, equipped with two tourbillon escapements, was first shown to the world a few months ago as a concept piece. The…

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