OMEGA AMBASSADORS FROM LEFT: NATHAN CHEN, OKSANA MASTERS, ALLYSON FELIX, NOAH LYLES
Four extraordinary U.S. athletes and OMEGA ambassadors took the stage at the Planet OMEGA Exhibition last Friday — Olympians Noah Lyles, Nathan Chen, and Allyson Felix, and Paralympian Oksana Masters — for an in-depth panel discussion about their careers and the Swiss brand’s legacy of timekeeping in sport. OMEGA has been the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games since 1932, and the Official Timekeeper of the Paralympic Games since 1992. For over 90 years, the brand has been proudly recording dreams, while also developing some of the most critical timekeeping equipment that athletes rely on.
Sprinter Noah Lyles is one of the world’s most exciting young track athletes, having already won a bronze medal in the 200m event at Tokyo 2020 and three gold medals at the 2023 World Championships. “In my sport, every split second really counts. From the starting blocks, right to the finish line. The excellence that OMEGA brings is very reassuring and I know that all the athletes really appreciate the accuracy they bring to those important moments.”
Added Allyson Felix, the most decorated U.S. Olympic track athlete with 11 Olympic Games medals, including 7 gold, “I’ve been to five Olympic Games, and at every one, OMEGA has brought a consistent high level of timekeeping . Read More