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longines fei wc mechelen
December 26, 2014
Jumping
Longines FEI WC CSI***** Mechelen, Belgium
On Tuesday 30 December 2014, Simon Delestre on Qlassic Bois Margot won the last stage of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping in Mechelen. He received an elegant Longines watch for his remarkable victory.
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the longines world cup at olympi horse show
December 22, 2014
Jumping
German showjumper Marco Kutscher triumphs in The Longines World Cup at Olympia Horse Show
German Olympian Marco Kutscher riding Cornet’s Cristallo produced a typical display of smooth horsemanship to triumph in a thrilling Longines FEI World Cup Qualifier at Olympia, The London International Horse Show this evening. The 2005 European Champion, who was presented with a Longines Conquest Classic watch, inspired by equestrian sports, snatched victory by just 0.78 seconds from his fellow countryman German Daniel Deusser whilst Swedish rider Malin Baryard finished third. Winner Marco Kutscher, who got the call-up for Olympia only 10 days ago when other German riders dropped out, walked away with winnings of €41,085 and has now moved up to third place in the Longines FEI World Cup rankings with five more rounds to go before the final in Las Vegas. In other London International Horse Show News, French rider Julien Epaillard made it look easy when he seized an early lead in the 12-horse jump-off for the Longines Christmas Cracker, the last class of Friday night at Olympia, He too was presented with a Longines Conquest Classic watch for his victory.
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second edition of the longines future ski champion
December 20, 2014
Alpine Skiing
Second edition of the Longines Future Ski Champions – A successful 100% female competition in Val d’Isère
St. Imier (Switzerland) / Val d'Isère (France), 20 December 2014: Longines was proud to present the Longines Future Ski Champions competition for the second year running. This event took place on Saturday, 20 December, in Val d'Isère, and gave thirteen female skiers under the age of 16 a chance to compete against each other under identical conditions to those of the professional. Carlotta Saracco, representing Italy, won the 2014 Longines Future Ski Champions title and was rewarded with a Longines timepiece during a prize-giving ceremony that took place in the center of Val d’Isère.
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lucky draw longines future ski champions
December 19, 2014
Alpine Skiing
Bib draw ceremony of the promising second edition of the Longines Future Ski Champions
Tonight took place the bib draw for the second edition of the Longines Future Ski Champions race, at the Henri Oreiller Conference Center. Hosted by Marc Maury and held in presence of Charles Villoz, Longines Vice President and Atle Skaardal, FIS Chief Race Director for the Ladies World Cup, the ceremony marked the start of this competition which reunites 13 talented young girls under 16 years old from 13 different countries. This event, set up with the collaboration of the FIS, allows promising ski stars selected by their national skiing federations to compete against the best skiers in the world in their age category under racing conditions similar to those of the official World Cup races.
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longines rising star award
December 14, 2014
Other
Longines Rising Star Award
On Sunday 14 December 2014, Juan-Carlos Capelli, Vice-President and Head of International Marketing of Longines, presented for the second consecutive year the Longines Rising Star Award together with an elegant Longines watch to a young rising star in the equestrian sports. This year, the winner is the Mauritian vaulter Lambert Leclezio who demonstrated his remarkable performance and elegance on horseback. He also received an elegant Longines watch of the Conquest Classic collection. This stainless steel and pink gold watch features an exclusive Longines self-winding mechanical column wheel chronograph movement, a traditional and authentic technical device. Lambert Leclezio is the first ever vaulter to win a FEI Award. At just 17 years old, he becomes the first athlete to represent his country at Championship level, having taken the difficult decision to leave his friends and family in order to train in Europe. Thanks to his admirable courage and determination, he grabs sixth place in the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. The FEI Awards were set up in 2009 and are presented each year to individuals and organizations notably contributing to progress and excellence in equestrian sports – both indoor and outdoor. The Longines Rising Star Award is more specifically intended for riders between the ages of 14 and 21 who have shown exceptional talent in their field as well as commitment. More generally, Longines attaches great importance to supporting young sportsmen and women. The Swiss watch brand sponsors them through a program linked with sport and the values that it upholds, such as the Longines Rising Ski Stars prize offered to the two best young athletes taking part in the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup under 21 years old by the women and 23 by the men, the Longines Future Ski Champions competition, which invites 14 athletes under 16 years from 14 different countries, the Longines Future Tennis Aces tournament organized for children under 13 years in parallel to the Roland-Garros tournament and the Longines Future Racing Stars open to young jockeys during the Prix de Diane Longines. As a reminder, Longines is the first Top Partner of the FEI and the Title Partner for the Longines FEI Show-Jumping World Cup (Western European League and for the final). As such, the Swiss watch brand is the Official Timekeeper and Official Watch for the FEI, as well as the FEI Furusiyya Nations Cup. On the basis of its involvement and the values shared with the FEI – Elegance, Performance and Tradition –, Longines intends to establish the legitimacy of being recognized as the indissociable watch brand of the equestrian world.
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