OMEGA, the famous Swiss watch brand, has announced that it will provide official timing for the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18 season.
An Shiwen with Mark Turner
The Volvo Ocean Race is the world’s toughest and longest offshore sailing event. This event is not only a test of the sailing skills of the contestants, but also a challenge to the limit of human potential. The brave and fearless team members gathered for this event and set sail towards the unpredictable ocean and unpredictable winds and waves.
For players in a game, timing is crucial. Race against time, Omega will always record the time for the game. Omega is a well-deserved leader in sports timing. Since 1932, Omega has been the official timekeeper of the Olympic Games 27 times. Not only that, but the brand is also passionate about sailing. The cooperation between Omega and sailing has a long history. Since 1995, Omega has been supporting the Emirates Team New Zealand in the America’s Cup and providing timekeeping services.
Speaking of the brand’s new role, the Volvo Ocean Race is officially timed, Raynald Aeschlimann, President and CEO of Omega, said: ‘We are very proud to be a partner of the Volvo Ocean Race. The roots are deep, and the Volvo Ocean Race is in perfect harmony with the brand’s pioneering spirit of constantly exploring unknown areas and pursuing excellent quality. Omega attaches great importance to this cooperation opportunity and is eagerly looking forward to assisting the team to fight the ocean with accurate timing.
Volvo Ocean Race CEO Mark Turner and An Shiwen attended the press conference. He said: ‘We are very happy that Omega has become a partner of the Volvo Ocean Race. We know that Omega has always been precise We are honoured to be able to cooperate with the world in travelling time and excellent quality. I believe that Omega’s professional timing equipment and rich sailing timekeeping experience will greatly assist all participants. ‘
The Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18 will begin in Alicante, Spain on October 22, and will end in Hague, the Netherlands in June of the following year. This season’s race includes 11 voyages. The participating teams will sail 45,000 nautical miles around the world and cross four oceans, including 12 cities including Cape Town, Hong Kong, and Auckland, New Zealand. Host city.
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