Olympics

By Tempus | 06 May 2022

Summer skiing and the destinations that make it possible

While the warm spring months are instilling joy in our hearts, they’re also reminding us that the ski season is almost over. The resorts are getting quieter, with more people swapping their ski ... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 15 Mar 2022

Savage elegance: longboard legend Marina Correia on her rise to fame and partnership with Maurice Lacroix

The only thing with more zip than Marina Correia as she races down the French Riviera in Nice on her signature longboard, is her astonishing career trajectory. After packing up and moving here from th... Read More

By Georgia Peck | 04 Mar 2022

Review: THE ICE St. Moritz with Persol

In a terrifyingly fast sideways fashion, a black Ferrari 250 GTO emerges from the shadows of the surrounding snowy peaks and into the sunlight, drifting around the U-bend of the frozen racetrack; its ... Read More

By Gabriel Power | 28 Aug 2021

A Japan for all seasons

With the eyes of the world on the Olympics and Paralympics (which begin on 24 August), one could be forgiven for believing that the cultural draw of Japan revolves solely around Tokyo. The towering ne... Read More

By Nicky Morris | 14 Jul 2021

OMEGA, the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games, will bring revolutionary technology to the Tokyo 2021 event

OMEGA, the Official Timekeeper of the Olympic Games, will bring almost 90 years of experience to Tokyo 2021. Having occupied this position on 29 occasions since 1932, OMEGA has created the world&rsquo... Read More

By Judy Cogan | 29 Jun 2021

Going for gold: meet the young stars of the Tokyo Olympic Games

When the Tokyo Olympic Games were postponed by a year by the Covid-19 pandemic, the news came as a hammer blow to all the athletes training hard for the event. Now, as I write this, we are just month ... Read More

By Tempus | 28 Jun 2021

The road to Tokyo: a look at 2021's highly anticipated Olympic Games

As the most highly anticipated sporting event in the calendar, the Olympic and Paralympic Games are without peer, even through difficult times. Indeed, when one looks at range of disciplines and the l... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 25 Jun 2021

Forging her own path: a talk with Anita Choudhrie

Philanthropy is far more than a fashion statement to Anita Choudhrie. The Path to Success founder has been championing the rights and abilities of disabled athletes and wheelchair users for more than ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 21 Jun 2021

Personal best: an exclusive interview with Sir Mo Farah

If asked to name the world’s greatest athletes, it would be fair to say that the name Sir Mo Farah would feature on many peoples list. During his illustrious career the long-distance runner, 38,... Read More

By Tempus | 14 Apr 2021

100 days to Tokyo 2020(1): Omega releases a limited edition Seamaster

When it comes to making a statement, Omega's mantra appears to be "better late than never". To mark 100 days until the opening of the Tokyo Olympics, the brand, which serves as... Read More

By Tempus | 02 Apr 2021

Iconic women and the watches they wear

Few accessories convey power and status quite like a designer watch. A great timepiece can demonstrate everything from the extraordinary wealth of an artist to complement the perfectly manicured ... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 18 Jan 2021

The ESSENCE of luxury living: Lucas Bitencourt tells us about his service model for ultra-high net worth clients

Lucas Bitencourt has the world at his fingertips. In his line of work it's a necessity – he is the managing partner of ESSENCE, which caters to the personal and business affairs of 40 b... Read More

By Alejandro Agag | 04 Jun 2020

Formula E founder Alejandro Agag: “Covid-19 is a test run for when we need to act on climate change. That time is now.”

Download your free copy of Tempus today   June sees the television premiere of And We Go Green – a documentary film chronicling the rise of Formula E and its positive impact in co... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 16 Dec 2019

Swiss show jumping champion Martin Fuchs wins the CHI Geneva Grand Prix

European show jumping champion Martin Fuchs won the Concours Hippique International (CHI) Genève's Rolex Grand Prix on Sunday 15 December, in front of an ecstatic home crowd.... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 05 Dec 2019

Peak trading: How the Alps' grand hotels are welcoming the super-rich for a new style of business networking

What’s the most precious commodity there is? Gold? Oil? Data? The latter may be the most valuable commodity on earth, but there’s one thing that is arguably even more coveted; and for... Read More

By Michelle Johnson | 04 Dec 2019

Exclusive: British light-heavyweight champion Joshua Buatsi tells Tempus about stepping out from Anthony Joshua’s shadow

Joshua Buatsi is the definition of today’s gentleman boxer. In the ring, the undefeated, 26-year-old British light-heavyweight champion is a force to be reckoned with; calculated power meeting e... Read More

By Ross Forbes | 02 Oct 2019

Martino Gamper’s ‘Disco Carbonara’ questions the permanence of the design world

This year’s London Design Festival has been an important one, pulling the focus towards sustainability more than ever before. It’s a highly relevant topic to base the week’s artistic... Read More

By Rachel Ingram | 02 Sep 2019

Discover why serious skiers – and investors – are making a downhill run to Niseko Village, Japan

With the Rugby World Cup heading to Japan in October, followed by the Summer Olympics in 2020 and Expo 2025, the world’s eyes are on the East Asian island nation. But while many still think of J... Read More