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100 days countdown to a safe Tokyo Olympics with Omega as official timekeeper

100 days countdown to a safe Tokyo Olympics with Omega as official timekeeper

Let the Games begin!

With the developments of vaccines, a “new normal” finds its way to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Omega, the official timekeeper of the Olympics Games for 28 times already, is going to be there. The 100 days countdown to the beginning of the summer games has begun.

Omega also released its new Seamaster Diver 300M: a fine, classic and captivating masterpiece, a fitting addition to the best-known series of Swiss luxury watches. Omega has a tradition of excellence in watch making, and it’s no wonder that this quartz watch, which costs from $3,600 up to $4,400, is more accurate than other mechanical counterparts.

Japan made a bid to be the host of the Summer Olympic games eight years ago, thus they needed to make sure that Tokyo is a reliable and secure location. Through patience, Japan’s Olympic committee was able to devise a way to keep the upcoming celebration safe with vaccination programs and safety protocol rollouts.

The coming Olympic Games is a sign of new hope, not only to make it through this kind of event during a pandemic, but also for the athletes to keep on chasing their dreams. (Rosegil Mapula)

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Image source: olympicchannel.com and Omega

This article first appeared in Manila Bulletin

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