Despite his young age, the Swiss racer is already able to look back on a successful sporting career: from being crowned Junior Vice World Champion in 2011 to achieving the title of Vice World Champion in the MX2 class in 2016, Jeremy has continuously focused on improving his skills and his performance. Jeremy Seewer made his first appearance as a Certina partner at the starting line of the 2017 racing season, at the end of which he emerged as the MX2 Vice World Champion. In 2018, the young Swiss professional celebrated a successful first appearance in the top tier of the FIM Motocross World Championship. Since the start of the 2019 racing season, Certina has once again been by his side, bringing good luck and maximum precision to both Jeremy and his new team, Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP. Certina President Adrian Bosshard, himself a former motocross professional, said: "We are so proud to accompany Jeremy on his journey. Everything he does, he does with real passion – just like we do!"Connecting Certina and the young Motocross champion are the shared values of dynamism, a sporting spirit and continuous progress.
Ole Einar Bjørndalen
His endurance and precision are already legendary, putting him in a class of his own: Ole Einar Bjørndalen, who has been a Certina partner since 2011, is the most decorated athlete of all time, both in terms of the number of titles as well as the total number of medals won in world championships and Winter Olympic Games. With thirteen Olympic medals and an impressive series of world championship victories and records, as well an appointment to the official International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 2014, this exceptional athlete's career makes for a thrilling tale. Even after retiring from competitive sport in 2018, Ole has continued to represent outstanding levels of sporting prowess in the Nordic countries – qualities that Certina also embodies. After all, reliability and precision are incredibly important in many facets of life, not just in high-level competitions.This likeable athlete is an unchallenged record holder in the sport of biathlon. A perfectly good reason for the nickname he has earned: "King Ole".
For this Dutch professional, racing is simply part of who she is: like her father, professional racer Peter Kox, Stéphane has also proven her considerable talent in a range of racing disciplines, achieving continuous success. Certina has been supporting this successful racer since 2012. In 2015, Stéphane's participation in the BMW M235i Cup was rewarded with the title of Series Champion; in the same year, she won the demanding 24 Hours of Zolder race. After a number of successful starts in the GT4, she has taken on the role of reserve driver in the new Formula 3 W series in 2019 – a race exclusively open to female drivers. Stéphane is among the youngest generation in a great racing tradition – a real family affair, even for Certina.The fresh face of a racing tradition, with Stéphane following in the footsteps of her father Peter, also a well-known racing driver.