Sport

Sports timekeeping has been a part of the Omega story for more than a century. We are happy to be at the service of the men and women who generate so much excitement through their consistent determination to be the best at what they do. Their results deserve to be flawlessly timed, boldly displayed, and recorded for future generations. Omega has been responsible for the timekeeping of the world’s most prestigious sporting events, including 25 Olympic Games, and also for the development of the equipment which has ensured that the technology has kept pace with ever-better performances.

Golf

Golf

OMEGA has long supported professional golf and has worked to make it a truly global sport. We look forward to golf’s Olympic début in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.  

Swimming

Swimming

OMEGA’s relationship with swimming dates back to the 1932 Olympic Games, when swimming events were timed with hand held stopwatches. We still time the world’s best swimmers with technology which flawlessly records their performances to the nearest hundredth of a second.

Athletics

Athletics

OMEGA’s timekeepers deliver perfect results in athletic events at competitions all over the world – even when eight runners cross the finish line within a quarter second of each other. 


Sailing

Sailing

The link between sailing and timekeeping dates back to the times when sailors relied on high-precision marine chronometers for navigation. The OMEGA Seamaster is the wristwatch of choice for many of the world’s great sailors.

Bobsleigh

Bobsleigh

Since 1936, OMEGA has timed the world's most thrilling bobsleigh competitions. Today the brand provides timekeeping at the FIBT's events and is the driving force behind the dynamic OMEGA Monobob Series.

Birth of Modern Timekeeping

Birth of Modern Timekeeping

Throughout the past 25 Olympic Games, OMEGA has been known for its introduction of revolutionary technology that precisely captures and records the triumphs of athletes from all over the world.


Olympic Timekeeping History

Olympic Timekeeping History

Timekeeping technology has changed dramatically since OMEGA’s first Olympic Games in Los Angeles in 1932 and we have been responsible for the development of much of the equipment which plays such a critical role in international sporting events.

Olympic Winter Watches

Olympic Winter Watches

For more than half a century, OMEGA has created timepieces to celebrate the world's highest-profile winter sporting event. These classic wristwatches recall some of the great moments at the Olympic Winter Games, where the brand has served proudly as Official Timekeeper for nearly eight decades.

Sochi 2014

Sochi 2014

In 2014, OMEGA again brings its unparalleled timekeeping and data handling experience to the world’s most prestigious sporting stage. Every valiant performance will be recorded by OMEGA, as it assumes its Olympic Official Timekeeper duties for the 26th time.


Countdowns

Countdowns

The days, hours, minutes and seconds are ticking away to the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games and the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Download the countdowns on your Mac or Windows computer to keep track of the time remaining until the next Opening Ceremony.


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