Kristin Pudenz of Team Germany threw for a personal best of 66.86 meters and won a silver medal in the women’s discus throw, all while sporting a Fitbit Versa. Pudenz wore a pink strap on her watch, which of course pairs nicely with silver, on a watch, or on the podium.  –John Peabody

Sally Fitzgibbons’s Breitling Aerospace

John John Florence’s Limited-Edition Nixon

Send it, John John! American Surfer John John Florence was eliminated in Round 3 of the men’s surfing competition in Tokyo, and despite the hopes of many here on the edit team, he was not, alas, wearing a Freestyle Shark. On his wrist? A limited-edition from Nixon, one of his sponsors. The Heat Watch has a yellow 38mm case and blue molded rubber band and features a “SEND!” notification after a 60-second timer.  –John Peabody

Marie-Zelia Lafont’s Garmin Forerunner 220

Marie-Zelia Lafont of Team France navigates the white-water course in Tokyo with a big old Garmin Forerunner 220 on her wrist. The popularity of connected smart watches isn’t surprising – if I were in peak athletic form I’d want to monitor it too, and the sheer size of this Garmin display makes it perfect for sneaking a little glance in between kayak strokes.  –Nora Taylor

Rayssa Leal’s Apple Watch

I spent a lot of time skating when I was 13. Unlike Rayssa Leal, I don’t have a medal to show for it (just an elbow scar and some embarrassing disposable camera shots of me sporting Element tees from PacSun).  –Trevor Gilliland

Sergio Scariolo’s Breitling Aerospace EVO

I like watching sports. I like watch-spotting. Unless it’s a Richard Mille ambassador, most of the time these don’t crossover on the court (or field, or pitch, or green, etc.). One prime area of connection, though? Figuring out what the coach on the sideline is wearing. Here, we have the Spanish Men’s Basketball Coach, Sergio Scariolo, rocking a Breitling Aerospace EVO as his team held off the Japanese National team earlier today. Scariolo is a known watch-collector, previously being spotted wearing a Royal Oak Offshore on the sideline. I’ll be keeping an eye on what else ends up on his wrist the rest of the Olympics.  –Logan Baker

Naomi Osaka’s TAG Heuer Aquaracer

Naomi Osaka’s TAG Heuer Aquaracer on a white strap is just another element of her incredibly put-together Olympic uniform – white racket, white watch, red uniform, red braids. Though the TAG Ambassador is officially out of the games now, her serve and style were a welcome moment at the games.  –Nora Taylor

Donna Vekic’s FP Journe Elegante

Call me dumb, but I had no idea that F.P. Journe sponsored athletes. So when I noticed Croatian women’s tennis player Donna Vekic rocking an Elegante during her second-round match against Belarus’ Aryna Sabalenka, I was surprised. Sure enough, Vekic has been Journe ambassador for awhile now. All I’m waiting for now is to spot a Centigraphe on Centre Court.  –LB

Marcelo Rodolfo Mendez’s TAG Heuer Formula 1 Chronograph

Another coach! Something tells me we’re going to see more and more of them here. This time, Argentina’s Men’s Volleyball Coach is wearing a TAG Heuer Formula 1 Chronograph on the sidelines against Team Brazil. It’s difficult to tell exactly what reference Formula 1 he’s rocking, but that bulbous black tachymeter bezel is unmistakable.  –LB

Kei Nishikori’s G-Shock GA2100SKE-7A Transparent White

I have to say – this is my favorite watch-spotting of the Olympics, so far. Japan’s greatest male tennis player of all time, rocking one of the most popular G-Shock releases in recent memory. How cool is that? I used to wear a G-Shock “Square” while playing on my high school tennis team (varsity, thank you very much). Olympians, they’re just like us after all.  –LB