The Olympics in Brazil are under way. More than 11,000 athletes from 206 National Olympic Committees have gathered for the games. A righteous celebration like no other. Here in the UK, nothing seems to engage the national psyche quite like it. You know the Olympics are here when that guy in the office, who didn’t know what a ‘peloton’ was last week, gives you a detailed deconstruction of the technicalities behind team drafting and race tactics.

With 306 sets of medals, the games feature 28 Olympic sports, including rugby sevens and golf for the first time. All events are taking place at 33 venues in the host city as well as five venues in the cities of São Paulo (Brazil’s largest city), Belo Horizonte, Salvador, Brasília, and Manaus. But the real question at Revolution is: who is taking gold when it comes to the watch game!

First up is Canadian tennis sensation Eugenie Bouchard. Eugenie’s already defeated American Sloane Stephens 6-3, 6-3 in round one. Here is Eugenie with her watch of choice, the Rolex Daytona.

Louis Smith, MBE  is a British gymnast, who specialises in the pommel horse. He won  bronze medal and a silver in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2012 London Olympics respectively, with the former marking the first time a British gymnast had placed in an Olympic event since 1928. Here is his Omega Speedmaster.

Ellen Hoog is one to watch on the hockey pitch. She was part of the Dutch womens team that picked up a Gold at both the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games. Here is Ellen sporting a two tone Rolex Datejust in her downtime.

South African 400m runner Wayde Van Niekerk lead his team out at the opening ceremony. What caught my eye was his Richard Mille RM 27-02. Tune in for the 400m on Saturday 13th to see Wayde in action.

And finally the GB golfer Sophie Horn. Sophie has graced the covers of Maxim, Loaded, and Sports Illustrated. Sophie will be hoping to secure Gold for Team GB in Rio when the golf starts on the 11th. Here she is with her solid gold Rolex DateJust on.