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Friday 23 December, 2011 - 09:50 AM EST

The Omega Dubai Ladies Open 2011 comes to an end

American golfer Alexis Thompson took the championship

At the end of this year’s Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, American 16-year-old Alexis Thompson was presented with the championship trophy by HRH Sheikh Hasher Bin Maktoum Al Maktoum.    

The dubai Ladies Masters emerged as one of the most exciting golfing contests of the season and “Lexi” Thompson added another impressive accomplishment to her outstanding year. In September she became the youngest winner of an LPGA event, and her excellence was proved once again with her victory in Dubai.

Along with the tournament trophy, Lexi was presented with an 18K red gold Omega Constellation following the final round. This was the third year that Omega had been title sponsor of the Dubai Ladies Masters. Raynald Aeschlimann, Omega’s Vice President and International Sales Director. said that everyone at Omega are proud to participate in the Dubai Ladies Masters and congratulate Lexi on her remarkable performance.

Omega's presence in the world of golf continues to grow and the watchmaker will be on hand as Official Timekeeper in 2016 when the sport returns to the Olympic Games for the first time in more than a century.

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Thursday 15 December, 2011 - 09:50 AM EST

Omega celebrates the launching of the Westfield Stratford Boutique

Olympic Ambassador Jessica Ennis and local talent Professor Green host the evening

On December 8th, Omega, Official Timekeeper of the London 2012 Olympic Games, launched its largest boutique in Europe, the Omega Westfield Stratford Boutique, at the gateway to the Olympic Park.

Olympic Ambassador Jessica Ennis, one of the UK's gold-medal hopes for the upcoming Olympic Games, dazzled the crowd in a jaw dropping black and white ensemble. While Popular TV presenter George Lamb kicked off the festivities as invited guests drank champagne and Molecular Margaritas.

The unusual mix of celebrities from so many different professional fields led to some unusual encounters; for example, actor Benedict Cumberbatch was seen getting sporting tips from rugby union stars Rob Webber and Ollie Phillips. The eclectic gathering of party guests also included actors Tamzin Merchant and Freddie Fox, dancer Immodesty Blaize, promoter Henry Conway, menswear designer Patrick Grant, Olympic swimmer Mark Foster and athletics legend Linford Christie.

In an unforgettable evening, singer/songwriter Charlene Soraia brought her unique alternative folk stylings to the party, and Professor Green and DJ IQ brought the house down with a stellar dance set.

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