Thursday, April 23, 2015

Hublot Celebrates the Cricket World Cup Victory with Official Ambassador Michael Clarke with Michael Clarke Cricket Academy Scholarship Supporting the Next Generation of Cricket Champions

As the first luxury brand to invest in cricket, Hublot was Official Timekeeper of the last cricket World Cup, and was visible on the scoreboards and throughout the VIP areas at all the grounds. Hublot also developed a watch for fans of cricket, the Classic Fusion Chrono cricket watch.

Hublot today announce a special tribute to their Official Brand Ambassador for Australia and New Zealand, Michael Clarke, through a scholarship program with The Michael Clarke Cricket Academy.

For two consecutive years, Hublot will support the Michael Clarke Cricket Academy through funding of its 5-day live-in camp program, attended and overseen by Michael himself and a highly credentialed coaching staff at The Scots College in Bellevue Hill.
With Hublot’s assistance, selected students are set to receive the best permanent coaching staff for their cricketing skills as well as nutritionists, physios and sports psychologists to help them with all aspects of their routine and preparation away from the field. They are also prepared with additional off-field skills such as public speaking, media training, and standards of behaviour expected of professional cricketers. Participants of the scholarship will be personally nominated by the team at the academy, in association with Cricket NSW.

Hublot’s scholarship program with The Michael Clarke Cricket Academy will commence this year, 2015. Tonight, Hublot and friends will gather at The Scots College to pay tribute to Michael Clarke for his exceptional success during the ICC 2015 and key moments in his career, before Clarke departs for the West Indies on tour.

A keen watch enthusiast, always stylish off the pitch, Michael stands within the prestigious Hublot family alongside the Brazilian living legend Pelé, the fastest man in the world Usain Bolt, US basketball stars Kobe Bryant and Dwyane Wade, Football coach José Mourinho, the Bayern Munich and Paris Saint–Germain football teams.

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