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    Support a Lady of G-shock

    Loyal G-Shock loving Kerri Walsh, along with her teammate Misty May-Treanor are going for the gold in beach volleyball this week!!!!

    What could be better than watching G-Shocks and bikinis, at the same time, during the Olympics.

    It looks like Kerri is sporting a BG-1500 this year. Nice atomic timekeeping.





    And just because I can post it, here's a pic of Kerri's bush.


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    Re: Support a Lady of G-shock

    One of the odder Olympic sports, it seems to me, but I'm not complaining. I noticed her watch last night when NBC broadcast a "semi-final" round.

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    Re: Support a Lady of G-shock

    thanks for sharing Buzz but i dun think its the BG1500.
    my girl has the BG1500 and she should be wearing bikinis to work.

    i think Kerri is wearing
    BG191-7B2




    my girl's BG1500




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    Re: Support a Lady of G-shock

    Quote Originally Posted by mansrow View Post
    i think Kerri is wearing
    BG191-7B2
    Good catch!!!

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    Re: Support a Lady of G-shock

    Quote Originally Posted by Kronos View Post
    One of the odder Olympic sports, it seems to me, but I'm not complaining. I noticed her watch last night when NBC broadcast a "semi-final" round.
    Kerri is a loyal G-Shock wearer. Here's her Baby-G from the 2004 Olympics.


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    Re: Support a Lady of G-shock

    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzbait View Post

    And just because I can post it, here's a pic of Kerri's bush.

    This one is too funny, roflmao

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    Re: Support a Lady of G-shock

    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzbait View Post

    It's easy to see who wears the pants in this pic.

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    Re: Support a Lady of G-shock

    Very cool.

    The question is what kind of watch her Bush wears .
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    Re: Support a Lady of G-shock

    A very good show indeed from Keri Walsh, she and Misty have practically steam rolled their way into Gold. Leaving tears of frustration on the Chinese team which could do nothing to stop them.

    The baby G seemed to be on Keri's arm all the way, and has aided in scoring points and making saves, literally the point of contact with the ball. I wonder if there is a slight deflection when the ball hits the Baby G that gives the US team some advantage???

    But that is indeed a very special Baby G, an olympic medal winning Baby G that was worn at the award ceremony as well. I wonder if that baby G would still be worn as the match watch or kept beside her medal.

    Casio should at least give her a Casio card or something to get free G shocks / Baby Gs for life and give her due recognition with some sponsorship, unless Casio is already sponsoring her.
    Last edited by BIG G; August 21st, 2008 at 07:34.

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    Re: Support a Lady of G-shock

    Quote Originally Posted by Kronos View Post
    One of the odder Olympic sports, it seems to me, but I'm not complaining. I noticed her watch last night when NBC broadcast a "semi-final" round.
    I'm not complaining either, but it is an odd one. I should think that three-on-three basketball is just around the corner!? I think there needs to be some fat-cutting from the Olympics (BMX??).

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