G-Shock watches are popular with Olympic athletes in Tokyo

We previously mentioned silver medal-winning surfer Kanoa Igarashi and tennis player Kei Nishikori wearing G-Shock watches during their Tokyo Olympic matches. Several other Olympic athletes, including some gold medalists, were spotted wearing G-Shock watches during their competitions as well.

Dutch windsurfer Kiran Badloe wore a G-Shock DW-5600SKE-7 during his gold medal-winning performance.

Mete Gazoz of Turkey won the gold medal in archery while wearing a red and blue G-Shock GA-1100-2A.

American hurdler Grant Holloway won the silver medal while wearing a G-Shock G-7900A-4.

See closer shots of Holloway’s watch in this video.

Kevin Cordón of Guatemala wore the yellow and white G-Shock DW-5600TGA-9 and was Latin America’s first badminton player to reach an Olympic semifinals.

Australian trap shooter Penny Smith wore the blue G-Shock GBD-800-2. View the photo on Google.

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