Alpine Skiing

Longines’s commitment to timekeeping in Alipine skiing dates back to 1933 in Chamonix. Relying on this heritage, the watchmaker continues to put its know-how at the service of the snow arena as official timekeeper of the Alpine Skiing World Cup and the World Championships of the International Ski Federation (FIS).

No less than seven technicians arrive three days before the first training session or race. Two days are needed to set up the material and one day is booked for several tests before the first races start. Throughout the season, the technicians install three tonnes of equipment measuring 3.5 cubic meters. The number of intermediate times recorded varies from two to five, depending on the type of skiing involved. In addition, speed-measuring devices are also set up during the downhill and Super-G events. The entire timing system, which is officially approved and fitted with a secondary back-up facility, provides measurements that are accurate to 1/100th of a second. All of the equipment is designed to operate across a temperature range of -20°C to +50°C.

Longines counts Aksel Lund Svindal among its Longines Ambassadors of Elegance.
Find out more about Aksel Lund Svindal at:
http://www.longines.com/personalities/ambassadors/aksel-lund-svindal

Watch the competition live on the Longines Live Timing portal:
http://www.fis-ski.com/uk/disciplines/live-timing/alpineskiing.html

FIS World Cup Men & Ladies (Munich, Germany)
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FIS World Cup Men & Ladies (Zagreb, Croatia)
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FIS World Cup Men (Adelboden, Switzerland)
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FIS World Cup Ladies (Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria)
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FIS World Cup Men (Wengen, Switzerland)
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FIS World Cup Ladies (Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy)
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FIS World Cup Ladies (Maribor, Slovenia)
FIS World Cup Men (Schladming, Austria)
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FIS World Cup Ladies (St-Moritz, Switzerland)
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FIS World Cup Men (Garmisch - Part., Germany)
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FIS World Cup Ladies (Garmisch - Part., Germany)
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FIS World Cup Men (Chamonix, France)
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FIS World Cup Ladies (Soldeu, Andorra)
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FIS World Cup Men (Sochi, Russian Federation)
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FIS World Cup Ladies (Sochi, Russian Federation)
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FIS World Cup Men (Bansko, Bulgaria)
FIS World Cup Men & Ladies (Moscow, Russian Federation)
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FIS World Cup Ladies (Bansko, Bulgaria)
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FIS World Cup Men (Crans-Montana, Switzerland)
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FIS World Cup Ladies (Ofterschwang, Germany)
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FIS World Cup Men (Kvitfjell, Norway)
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FIS World Cup Ladies (Are, Sweden)
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FIS World Cup Men (Kranjska Gora, Slovenia)
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FIS World Cup Finals Men & Ladies (Schladming, Austria)
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FIS World Cup Men & Ladies in Levi (Levi, Finland)
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FIS World Cup Men in Lake Louise (Lake Louise, Canada)
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FIS World Cup Ladies in Aspen (Aspen, CO, United States of America)
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FIS World Cup Ladies in Lake Louise (Lake Louise, Canada)
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FIS World Cup Men in Beaver Creek (Beaver Creek, United States of America)
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FIS World Cup Ladies in St. Moritz (St. Moritz, Switzerland)
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FIS World Cup Men in Val d'Isère (Val d'Isère, France)
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FIS World Cup Ladies in Val d'Isère (Val d'Isère, France)
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FIS World Cup Men in Val Gardena-Groeden (Val Gardena-Groeden, Italy)
FIS World Cup Ladies in Courchevel (Courchevel, France)
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FIS World Cup Men in Alta Badia (Alta Badia, Italy)
FIS World Cup Men in Madonna di Campiglio (Madonna di Campiglio, Italy)
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FIS World Cup Ladies in Are (Are, Sweden)
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FIS World Cup Men in Bormio (Bormio, Italy)
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FIS World Cup Ladies in Semmering (Semmering, Austria)

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