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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men - Kitzbüehl; Alpine Skiing; 2020
January 26, 2020
Alpine Skiing
FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men - Kitzbühel

As the Official Timekeeper of the Hahnenkamm races taking place in Kitzbühel this weekend, the Swiss watch brand Longines was proud to present the top-3 winners of the FIS Alpine World Cup Super-G, Downhill and Slalom races with elegant Longines timepieces.

On Saturday took place the Kitz Charity Trophy supported by Longines, a charity race where professional skiers compete against celebrities on a section of the Streif piste, to the benefit of the farming families in North, East and South Tyrol.

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Longines Hahnenhkam Future Champions; Team Tirol; Kitzbühel; Alpine Skiing; 2020
January 23, 2020
Alpine Skiing
Longines Hahnenkamm Future Champions

The Swiss watch brand Longines was proud to time the 2020 edition of the Longines Future Hahnenkamm Champions race, held in the context of the legendary FIS Alpine World Cup leg in Kitzbühel.  This year, Team Tirol claimed the coveted title, while Team Austria 2 and Team Austria 1 finished second and third respectively. As a recognition for the great performance, each member of the winning team received a Longines timepiece.

In total, eight mixed teams of athletes aged under 16 years old took part in this event, comprising a giant slalom and a slalom race.

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men - Wengen; Alpine Skiing; 2020
January 19, 2020
Alpine Skiing
FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men - Wengen

As the Official Partner and Timekeeper of the FIS, Longines was proud to present the Top-3 skiers of the three races taking place this weekend in Wengen, with elegant Longines timepieces. On Friday, Austria’s Matthias Mayer won the Alpine Combined race, while Switzerland’s Beat Feuz claimed his third World Cup victory in Downhill (2012, 2018 and 2020) in front of an ecstatic home crowd on Sunday. Rounding off the weekend, Clément Noël from France won the Slalom event, marking his second victory in the discipline this season.

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