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Title Partner; 2019 Longines FEI Eventing European Championships
November 26, 2018
Eventing
Swiss watch brand Longines becomes Title Partner of the 2019 Longines FEI Eventing European Championships

“After Blair Castle in 2015 and Strzegom in 2017, it is a great pleasure for our brand to even further reinforce its partnership with Eventing in becoming the Title Partner and Official Timekeeper of the 2019 Longines FEI Eventing European Championships and the Longines Luhmühlen Horse Trials. We are proud to lend our support to these two major competitions, in a discipline which requires both the horses to be extremely versatile and the riders to have exceptional skills. In addition, this discipline illustrates values of our brand as it combines elegance of dressage, precision of show jumping, speed and courage of cross-country” says Juan-Carlos Capelli, Longines Vice President and Head of International Marketing.

 

“We are immensely proud of Longines’ ongoing and increased partnership for this very special year ahead of us and more years to come. Especially 2019 will make these two events truly exceptional“, says Luhmühlen’s event director Julia Otto. “Many companies have supported Luhmühlen over the years and have thereby played a key role in keeping up the Luhmühlen tradition and letting the event develop into one of the major competitions worldwide. We are extremely grateful for all the support we have received. Longines, one of Luhmühlen’s Main Partner and Official Watch since 2014, supports the equestrian sports with a vast amount of know-how. Their engagement helps us to develop the event further every year”, adds Julia Otto.%break%The FEI will presumably introduce changes concerning eventing regulations by the end of this year, which will then be implemented in next year’s events. “The requirements for a four-star-competition will be adjusted and we are looking forward to fulfilling those, including an increase in prize money,  Luhmühlen with the power of Longines’ partnership,” concludes Julia Otto.

         

About the Longines FEI Eventing European Championships

The Box Office will commence on 28 August 2018. There will be free admission for the opening ceremony and the first vet inspection (28 August). Dressage will take place on Thursday and Friday (29 – 30 August). Cross-country will be on Saturday (31 August) and the final vet check, the show jumping and final awards ceremony will be held on Sunday (1 September).

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Germany; Isabell Werth; Weihegold OLD; 2018 FEI World Cup Dressage Final
April 17, 2018
Eventing
Germany’s Isabell Werth and Weihegold OLD claimed the 2018 FEI World Cup Dressage Final

On Saturday 14 April 2018, Isabell Werth (GER) and Weihegold OLD reigned supreme at the FEI World Cup Dressage Final held at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris. Laura Graves (USA) and Verdades took second place ahead of Jessica von Bredow-Werndl (GER) and Unee BB completing the podium. Longines was proud to grant the winners an elegant Longines timepiece as a reward for their great performance.

The Swiss watchmaking brand is delighted to be associated with the FEI World Cup Dressage Final as its Official Timekeeper and to be the Title Partner of the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final, which will take place on Sunday 15 April after two rounds won by USA’s Elizabeth Madden.

Besides, this world-class event is also the perfect occasion for the spectators to discover the Official Watch, the Conquest V.H.P. “Very High Precision” model, representing a new achievement in the field of quartz, combining great precision with a sporty look, marked by the brand’s unique elegance.

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FEI European Eventing Championships; Strzegom; Eventing; 2017
September 07, 2017
Eventing
FEI European Eventing Championships - Strzegom

Team Great Britain won the Longines FEI European Eventing Championships 2017 in Strzegom, Poland. In addition, German rider Ingrid Klimke captured the individual title.

 

This equestrian event took place in the Polish city of Strzegom from 17 to 20 August 2017 and Longines was associated to this world-class competition as the Official Partner, Timekeeper and Watch.

 

The Official Watch of the 2017 FEI European Eventing Championships was the new blue lady model of The Longines Master Collection, displaying a sunray blue dial with diamond indexes matching its blue alligator strap.

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FEI Classics - CCI 4* CIC 3* Lühmuhlen; Eventing; 2017
June 15, 2017
Eventing
FEI Classics - CCI 4* CIC 3* Lühmuhlen

Longines is the Official Timekeeper and Watch of the 2017 Luhmühlen CCI**** presented by DHL, held from 15 to 18 June 2017. This event comprises the three legs of dressage, cross country and jumping, and culminates on Sunday with rewarding the best at all three events. On Thursday 15 June, HRH The Princess Royal, who was honored with the Longines Ladies Awards in 2016 for her dedication to equestrian sports, attended the Luhmühlen Horse Trials for its 60th anniversary. Back in 1975, when the European Eventing Championships were organized in Luhmühlen, she won individual and team silver.

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New partnership; Longines; eventing; Poland
April 19, 2017
Eventing
Longines to be the Official Timekeeper and Watch of the 2017 FEI European Eventing Championships

Longines has the pleasure to further extend its commitment to the equestrian discipline of eventing by becoming the Official Timekeeper and Watch of the 2017 FEI European Eventing Championships. The event will take place from 17 to 20 August in Strzegom, located in the south-western part of Poland in Lower Silesia region.

The program of these Championships will begin with dressage on Thursday 17 and Friday 18, then carry on with cross country on Saturday 19 and end with show jumping on Sunday 20. Longines will time the 4-day competition as well as present the Official Watch and reward the winning team and individual winner with elegant timepieces.

Juan-Carlos Capelli, Vice President and Head of International Marketing, states: “After the 2015 edition in Blair Castle, we are proud to be again associated with the European Championships of eventing. We are an active partner in the equestrian discipline of eventing as we have also been supporting Luhmühlen CCI**** as the Official Timekeeper and Watch for a few years. This involvement is part of our long term partnership with the FEI making us also the Official Partner of major international jumping, endurance, dressage and driving events.”

%break%Marcin Konarski, the President of Organizing Committee of FEI European Eventing Championships says: “In eventing every second matters, therefore timekeeping and results recording require high standards of accuracy. We are happy that a world-class brand with a rich tradition of supporting equestrian sports and providing the most prestigious events in the world with precise timekeeping systems has joined our partners.”

Marked by more than a hundred years of common history, Longines’ relation to equestrian sports also bases itself on the common values of Elegance, Performance and Tradition. In horseracing, jumping, eventing, endurance, driving and dressage, the brand is an active partner of world top level events and international leading organizations.

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FEI European Championships Eventing
September 13, 2015
Eventing
FEI European Championships Eventing
FEI’s Top Partner Longines timed the victory of the German riders at the Longines FEI European Eventing Championship 2015 in Blair Castle, in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II, who presented them the medals. The winners received team gold by more than 50 penalties and the matchless Michael Jung captured the fifth individual title of his career. This equestrian event took place in the Scottish Highlands from 10 to 13 September 2015 and the Swiss watchmaker was associated to it as the Title Partner, Official Timekeeper and Watch. In addition, Longines is also involved as Official Partner, Timekeeper and Watch in both eventing competitions CCI4* Luhlmühlen and CIC3* Luhlmühlen in Germany.
 
The Official Watch in Blair Castle was a stainless steel Longines Conquest Classic Moonphase watch. This model houses a self-winding mechanical chronograph movement, a true symbol of precision and technique. Its refined silvered dial displays the moon phases, echoing the excellence and elegance of the equestrian sport stars.
 
On the occasion of the 2015 Longines FEI European Eventing Championship, Longines set a new clock at the start of the cross country round. This clock displays the countdown until the start of each run, which is determined at a fixed time. The new device also beeps the last five seconds prompting the rider to start the run, which should not occur before the last beep.
 
Longines’ passion for equestrian sports dates back to 1878, when the brand produced a chronograph engraved with a jockey and his mount. Seen on the horse tracks as early as 1881 and extremely popular among jockeys and horse-lovers, this model enabled its user to time performances to the seconds. In 1912, the company partnered for the first time with an international show jumping competition in Portugal. Today, Longines’ commitment to one of the most important eventing events in this year’s calendar consolidates its long term partnership with the FEI. As part of this partnership, Longines is the Official Partner of three series, along with the Longines FEI World CupTM Jumping Final: the Longines FEI World CupTM Jumping Western European League, the Longines FEI World CupTM Jumping Chinese League and the Longines FEI World CupTM Jumping North American League. In addition, the brand is lending its name to the FEI’s world ranking for riders participating in the show jumping trials: the Longines Rankings.
 
Along with eventing, Longines is an active partner in flat racing, show jumping and endurance. In these four disciplines, the Swiss watchmaker is the Official Partner, the Official Timekeeper and the Official Watch of international institutions, events, races and competitions. Elegance, Performance and Tradition are values that both equestrian sport and Longines share, which strengthen the close bounds that the brand has been developing with the equestrian world for more than a century.
 
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