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We know that sports and replica watches uk go hand in hand, and watch brands have long been tapping the world’s greatest athletes to become their ambassadors. Nonetheless, it is exciting to watch these athletes’ first-choice timepieces worn on their wrists in their greatest moments of glory—because they won the most important competitions, broke world records and brought back medals. Here are some of the best watches and their owners found at the Tokyo Olympics.

Mutaz Esa Bahim
Qatar high jumper Mutaz Essa Barshim is the gold medalist at the Tokyo Olympics, tied for first place with Italian Gianmarco Tamberi. The two have come a long way from injuries and setbacks, and they shared an exciting moment when the judge ruled that they could indeed be tied for first place instead of jumping out. Barshim has long been an ambassador for Richard Mille and owns the RM 67-02 named after him. The RM67-02 is very light due to its shell made of carbon TPT and quartz TPT. This watch is equipped with what the brand calls a comfort belt, which is a completely seamless and non-slip elastic strap, which was clearly demonstrated when Barshim wore the watch throughout the game.

Armand Duplanis
Armand Duplantis, a Swedish pole vaulter born in the United States, is an Omega ambassador. He wears the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra “Ultra Light” watch, which is made of a strong and lightweight alloy called Gamma Titanium. The sports strap weighs only 55 grams. The inner movement is also made of titanium. Duplantis is the current world indoor record holder with a height of 6.18 meters. He won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics and almost broke his world record on the way.

Naomi Osaka
The Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka, who also lit the Olympic torch at the opening ceremony, wore a TAG Heuer Aquaracer diving watch with a white dial and a rubber strap during the game.

John Black
Known as the second fastest man in history after Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake is also Richard Mille’s ambassador, wearing RM 59-01, which he wore in the 100m race. RM 59-01 is a manually wound tourbillon, equipped with a special movement designed for sprinters, and is specially hand-painted in green and yellow to commemorate the Jamaican flag-the motherland of Blake. Blake failed to make the finals, but he and his watch are still winners in our hearts.

Sydney McLaughlin
The athlete joined TAG Heuer as an ambassador earlier this year and was found wearing a TAG Heuer Link with a ceramic case and a diamond bezel in her 400-meter hurdle race-by the way, she created Set a new world record and achieved victory gold.

Alexander Zverev
German tennis player Alexander Zverev won the gold medal in the men’s singles match at the Tokyo Olympics. Zverev announced in early June that he joined the Rolex family with tennis heavyweights such as Roger Federer and Dominic Thiem. He was found wearing a Rolex Skydweller outside the stadium, as shown in this Instagram photo of him and his gold medal.

Belinda Mencic
The Tokyo Olympics women’s singles gold medalist and women’s doubles silver medalist Belinda Mencic (Belinda Mencic) appeared on the stage wearing a two-color Rolex Daytona (Rolex Daytona).

Jessica von Bredo-Weindel
Jessica von Bredow-Werndl (Jessica von Bredow-Werndl) is a German dressage rider and Tokyo Olympic champion. Became Richard Mille’s ambassador since 2016. She was found wearing a black ceramic RM 07-01 and a diamond dial during the competition.

Stephanie Gilmore
In the first ever surfing competition in the Olympic Games, Breitling team member Stephanie Gilmore (Stephanie Gilmore) was found wearing a bright orange Breitling Superocean.