TITONI joins as official timekeeper for upcoming Hyundai Archery World Cup Final
Swiss luxury watch brand TITONI has been named the official timekeeper for next week’s 2022 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final in Tlaxcala, Mexico.
TITONI is one of the few remaining independent and family-owned watch brands in Switzerland. The company prides itself on attention to detail, echoing the rigorous precision of the world’s most talented archers.
The four winners of this year’s Hyundai Archery World Cup Final will each be gifted a timepiece from TITONI. The men will receive a Seascoper 600 CarbonTech while the champions of the women’s events are set to be awarded watches from the Master Series.
Tlaxcala will host the 16th edition of the Hyundai Archery World Cup Final on 15-16 October 2022.
Only the world’s best archers compete, having qualified at four stages of the international circuit held in Turkey, Korea, France and Colombia.
Four champions are crowned at the event, each receiving a share of the record season prize fund of more than CHF 320,000, the title of Hyundai Archery World Cup Champion and, this year, a timepiece from TITONI.
Among the athletes competing in Mexico are Olympic Champions An San and Mete Gazoz, six-time circuit champion Sara Lopez and five archers representing the host nation.
World Archery president Prof Dr Ugur Erdener said:
“Precise, elegant and resilient, the qualities of a timepiece by TITONI echo the qualities of the world’s best archers.”
“We’re proud to welcome TITONI as the official timekeeper of the 2022 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final and partner with a respected, family-owned and traditional company to deliver the finale of an exceptional international archery season.”
TITONI co-CEO Olivier Schluep said:
“It is a pleasure for TITONI to be a partner of the Tlaxcala 2022 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final in Mexico. Archery and watchmaking share a passion for precision and innovation. Both are ‘groundskeepers’ of beautiful traditions.”
“The four timepieces that TITONI will provide to the champions of this year’s Hyundai Archery World Cup embody, similar to archery, the spirit of power, performance and heritage.”