An Olympic Sport since the 1988 Seoul Olympics Games, table tennis is broadcasted in 170 countries and watched by over 330 million people, following profesisonal players as they show off their lightning-fast reflexes and intense mental focus. It is also the only sport to have 2 players representing their countries in both the 2016 Olympic Games and 2016 Paralympic Games.
The International Table Tennis Federation is responsible for the global sport of table tennis and has 222 affiliated National Associations. The governing body oversees over 70 events annually, including the flagship World Championships, World Cups and World Tour.
Table tennis is a sport than can be played anytime anywhere. It is fast, dynamic and super fun. I love it and I recommend everyone to watch, play and get involved!
Back in the 1950s, Tissot celebrated its centenary with a series of innovations – one of which was the integration of a date function to the automatic mechanism in a watch called Visodate. The Tissot Heritage Visodate translates nostalgia into contemporary timepieces dedicated to detail. A gently curved dial mirrors the domed sapphire glass, both geared to showcasing a clearly visible date. Historical Tissot logos on the dial, case back, crown and buckle are a bridge between the past and present.
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