From September 20th to November 2nd, 2019, the ninth Rugby World Cup will be held in Japan, and the famous watchmaking brand Tudor is the official timekeeper of the event. At the same time, the New Zealand all-black team participating in this competition is the ambassador of the Tudor brand team and is also a popular champion.
The Rugby World Cup is known as the third largest sporting event in the world and is held every four years. Rugby has 9.1 million participants and 338 million fans around the world, and its members are composed of 121 countries and territories across six continents.
Fans can see the Tudor figure in the stadium or on the player replacement board. All eyes will focus on the decisions of the referees and officials, and they will use a special version of the Biwan chronograph for timing.
The special edition Biwan Chronograph is equipped with the Tudor-made MT5813 movement, which is equipped with a column wheel and a silicon hairspring, which can provide up to 70 hours of power reserve. This watch has a black rubber strap with a commemorative pattern on the back of the 019 Rugby World Cup. (Photo / text watch home Xu Chaoyang)