Countdown Clock Unveiled For The First Anniversary Of The 2014 Winter Olympics In Sochi

Omega Global President Stephen Urquhart and President of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge celebrated Omega’s presence in front of the Omega countdown clock in Sochi on February 6, 2013 Eight other cities across Russia unveiled the countdown to the first anniversary of the Sochi Winter Olympics.

 On February 6, 2013, Omega Global President Stephen Urquhart and President of the International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge celebrated Omega’s presence in other countries across Russia before the Omega countdown clock in Sochi. Eight cities countdown to the first anniversary of the Sochi Winter Olympics.
 Each Omega Countdown Clock will start the last one-year countdown, welcoming the moment of the opening of the Sochi Winter Olympics on February 7, 2014. In 2014, the famous Swiss watch brand Omega will serve as the designated timekeeper for the Sochi Winter and Paralympic Games. This is the 26th time it has been designated as the Olympic Games since 1932. Omega is looking forward to providing professional timing services for the world’s top winter sports players at this event that highlights the Olympic culture and Olympic tradition.