Be it Alexander Zverev in tennis, Sébastien Ogier in the realm of rallying, Yohan Blake the sprinter, or Formula E in the case of Sébastien Buemi, no less than four Richard Mille partners climbed to the top step of the podium in their respective disciplines this weekend.

In Italy, Alexander Zverev broke the ATP top ten—a career first—after beating Novak Djokovic, the world’s number two-ranked player, at the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 in Rome. The final was unquestionably one of the best matches of the young player’s career to date, in which he enjoyed the glory of winning in just two quickly-expedited sets, 6-4, 6-3. The odds are strong that we will be hearing more about the 20-year-old prodigy in a few days, at Roland Garros.

Yohan Blake surged back into the spotlight, winning the 100-metres in 9.93 seconds at the Jamaica International Invitational in Kingston. In his first race of the season, the Jamaican sprinter delivered the year’s third-best time before an enthusiastic crowd: ‘I feel good. I’m working hard, and clearing 9.93 for my first 100-metres of the season is really encouraging, even if I think I could have run faster.’

As for Sébastien Ogier, he added a 5th victory in the Vodafone Rally de Portugal to his collection of trophies. Seizing and holding the lead starting at Special Stage 12, the 33-year-old driver fended off Thierry Neuville (2nd place by 15.6 seconds). With this performance, Ogier draws even with recordholding Finnish driver Markku Alén, five-time winner of the Rally de Portugal. He still leads the WRC championship by 22 points.

And lastly, in France, Sébastien Buemi, triumphed in the second Paris ePrix, his fifth title victory in six races this season! Buemi, who now leads Brazilian driver Lucas Di Grassi by 43 points, has consolidated his lead in the rankings championship with this race.

Richard Mille is proud to have forged relationships with the greatest competitors, pleased to see the brand associated with such champions, and delighted to honour their achievements.