Back in July 2004, then in her ninth year as Omega brand ambassador, Cindy Crawford was present at the Long Beach Arena to induct Michael Phelps as an ambassador for Omega - some guys have all the luck
Here they are in a joint celebrity shot to commemorate the occasion.
But wait -
That's not Your Choice is it?
Michael's wearing a, errr, ummmmmmmnnnn.......
What could these two great ambassadors for Omega, for whom timing really means so much in their chosen profession, be wearing? ;D ;D ;D
It's the weekend and I'm feeling generous so in Cindy's case, you only have to give me the range and type of watch but in respect of Michael's number, do you think you could stretch it to a model reference too?
GRANT DALTON, Managing Director Emirates Team New Zealand is a man on a mission. The place, Valencia. The target, The 32nd America's Cup. Known for his exploits in round-the-world yacht racing which extends over two decades, Grant was called in to restructure and revitalize Team New Zealand following the 2003 campaign. The intricacies of mounting an America's Cup challenge is a thrill to a person like Grant and he has overseen the project in great detail by placing and then motivating the key personnel and harnessing the creative energy required for the success in the project. For his work, Grant relies on a proven timepiece - what is it?
DEAN BARKER, at the helm for Emirates Team New Zealand in the 2007 America's Cup was with NZL-82 from the start of the campaign. His links with ETNZ began in 1995 though he did opt for an Olympic campaign rather than go to San Diego. Highly regarded for his tactical skills at match racing, he is at the forefront of all the action starting this weekend. In his position as skipper of ETNZ, Dean like Grant Dalton, relies on a proven timepiece but what's his choice?
Dean Barker seen here with Jacques Rogge, President of the IOC and Stephen Urquhart of OMEGA. Picture - omegawatches.com