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6 February 2014

The OMEGA Pavilion in Sochi’s Olympic Park is open to the public!

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Following a grand opening celebration on Tuesday, the OMEGA Pavilion is officially open to visitors, guests, spectators and athletes.


 

On Tuesday, OMEGA invited journalists and media to a grand celebration of the opening of its OMEGA Pavilion – a pop-up activity hub where the brand will host a number of events with ambassadors and friends throughout the Olympic Games.


 

As of Thursday, February 6, OMEGA welcomes the public to browse its collection of prestigious timepieces, discover its impressive involvement with the IOC and the Olympic Movement, view a 3D speed skating video and enjoy a ride in an interactive bobsleigh simulator. A stationary bobsleigh is located on the side of the Pavilion and provides the perfect setting for a Winter Olympic-themed photo.


 

The OMEGA Pavilion is open from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. throughout the Olympic Games, with special hours on Opening and Closing Ceremony days. Visitors will be welcome during the Paralympic Games as well.


 

OMEGA AND THE OLYMPIC GAMES


OMEGA proudly assumes its responsibilities of Olympic Games Official Timekeeper for the 26th time as spectators and sports fans around the world set their sights on Sochi to witness the many inspiring moments that will highlight the XXII Olympic Winter Games. OMEGA has worked closely with the International Olympic Committee, the sporting federations and the athletes to ensure that the timekeeping technology used at the Sochi 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games continues to fuel the Olympic spirit and inspire younger generations of future champions around the world.

 

Discover OMEGA's role at Sochi 2014 by following this link.

 

 

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