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The Closing Ceremony of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games at Alexander Stadium lowered the curtain on one of the most compelling multi-sport competitions. The Swiss watch brand, in its role as Official Timekeeper and Official Partner of the event, was thrilled to celebrate the spectacular win of the Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team member Peter Bol in the 800m final on August 7 to mark a successful end of Birmingham 2022. The city of Birmingham, in the heart of the British Midlands, played host to more than 5,000 athletes representing 72 nations and territories. As Official Timekeeper and Official Partner of the event, Longines was proud to have its timekeeping and data handling specialists who were on hand to keep track of all the remarkable 280 medal events contested over a packed eleven days. On August 7, the Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team athletes continued to shine on the world stage. Peter Bol, the brilliant middle-distance runner from Australia, distinguished himself at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games and delivered extraordinary performances with determination and excellence by winning a silver medal in the 800m final.%break%Other members of the Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team also enjoyed outstanding performances in Birmingham. The artistic gymnast, Alice Kinsella attracted the most headlines with a gold medal as part of Team England’s women’s Artistic Gymnastics team and adding a personal gold in the women’s floor exercise. At the Longines House, the brand’s elegant hospitality venue, World and Commonwealth Games records were celebrated at special ceremonies, where the record breakers were honored with Longines watches from the Official Timekeeper and personal records of achievement from the Commonwealth Games Foundation. Longines was proud to provide all the timing and scoring equipment and services to each competitor and looks forward to supporting more leading athletes as Official Partner and Official Timekeeper of the Commonwealth Games when the XXIII edition opens in Victoria, Australia in four years’ time.
Longines was proud to celebrate the stunning victory of the Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team member Alice Kinsella in the women’s floor exercise on August 2. A native of Birmingham, the 21-year-old continued to distinguish herself on the global stage and to create moments of sporting history. Alice Kinsella is no stranger to the stadium. This time, the 21-year-old had the privilege to compete at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games in her hometown and once again displayed boldness and excellence by winning a gold medal in the women’s floor exercise. As a dedicated supporter of artistic and rhythmic gymnastics, the Swiss watch brand was thrilled to witness the extraordinary achievement of its Team member and continued to support talented athletes like Alice, who strive to triumph and aim to reach new heights throughout the Games.%break%Alice Kinsella began her journey as artistic gymnast at the age of three. Raised in Birmingham, England, she has a lifelong ambition to perform at the highest level in her discipline. She became one of the UK’s most exciting young talents with her impressive past achievements that include her victory in Tokyo in the summer of 2021 and being a three-time medalist at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and the first British woman to ever win European Gold on the Beam apparatus at the European Championships in Szezcein, Poland.
The Opening Ceremony of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games got the Games off to a spectacular start in Birmingham, England. As the Official Partner and Official Timekeeper of the event, the Swiss watch brand hosted an opening event at the Longines House to celebrate the beginning of an action-packed Games. Known worldwide for excellence in precision timing, Longines is set to provide its timing expertise once again throughout this highly anticipated multi-sport event and continues its longstanding contribution to precision in sports timekeeping. The message from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II carried in the Baton arrived in Birmingham and was read out to all the athletes participating in the Games yesterday. Voices, cultures and talent of the West Midlands were at the heart of this much-awaited Opening Ceremony, where stories were told through innovative broadcast, cutting-edge technology, and spectacular creative production. As the Official Partner and Official Timekeeper of the event, Longines will continue to provide its timekeeping expertise by delivering precise timing, scoring and result services throughout this multi-sport event and serve at the highest levels of sport.%break%With its role as the Presenting Partner of Gymnastics and Athletics and Co-Presenting Partner of Table Tennis and Rugby Sevens, Longines further forges solid ties with outstanding talents by hosting several exciting events at its Longines House. Yesterday, the Longines House opened on a high note with the welcoming words from the Longines team to all the international guests, especially outstanding athletes from the UK and Australia such as Dylan Alcott, an Australian wheelchair tennis player and Peter Bol, an Australian middle-distance runner and a Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team member. Longines is thrilled to lend its support to all the extraordinary talents looking to showcase their hard work and create incredible moments of sporting history on the global stage. On this occasion, Longines is proud to present the HydroConquest XXII Commonwealth Games watch. This stylish and exclusive timepiece is limited to 2,022 pieces and pays tribute to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. This limited watch has been specifically designed to bear the vivid colors of Birmingham 2022 on its black ceramic bezel, as well as on the minute-track of its black sunray dial. The case back is also engraved with the Birmingham 2022 logo and “Limited Edition – 1 out of 2022 ”.
The Swiss watch brand is proud to celebrate the stunning victory of its Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team member, Alice Kinsella who won gold in the women’s Artistic Gymnastics as part of Team England yesterday. A native of Birmingham, the 21-year-old gymnast demonstrated absolute elegance and consistency and conquered gold with her team members on home soil. One of the competition highlights at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games yesterday has to be the victory of Alice Kinsella, the Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team member in the women's Artistic Gymnastics. Competing at the Games in her hometown, Alice Kinsella already distinguished herself with her stellar performances on day two of the competitions and brought home a gold medal as part of Team England. With its longstanding support to international artistic and rhythmic gymnastics competitions, Longines will forge stronger bonds with world-class athletes like Alice Kinsella by supporting them in their pursuit of excellence at Birmingham 2022. Alice Kinsella began her journey as artistic gymnast at the age of three. Raised in Birmingham, England, she has a lifelong ambition to perform at the highest level in her discipline. She became one of the UK’s most exciting young talents with her impressive past achievements that include her victory in Tokyo in the summer of 2021 and being a three-time medalist at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and the first British woman to ever win European Gold on the Beam apparatus at the European Championships in Szezcein, Poland.
Josh Kerr’s 2022 season got off to a brilliant start. The British middle-distance runner, who was born in Edinburgh, set a new British and European indoor mile record in February in Boston. But the accomplishment was even more impressive: With his time of 3:48.87, he not only broke the European mile record, set in 1983, he also set a British 1500m record en route to the finish line. Longines is delighted to announce that this talented runner is part of its Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team and looks forward to timing every breathtaking step in Birmingham. At home on the Commonwealth Games stage Josh Kerr has been distinguishing himself on middle-distance tracks since 2015, when he won gold at the European Junior Championships and he has moved from strength to strength, capturing a bronze medal in Tokyo in the summer of 2021 in a field that included the world’s best runners. While best known for his successes in 1500 metre and one-mile events, the Edinburgh native also competes at the 800-metre, 3000-metre and 5000 metre distances. Although Josh now trains in Seattle, Washington (USA), he is looking forward to representing Great Britain and Scotland at the World Championships and the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. New records in Birmingham ? 2022 has already been a memorable year for Josh Kerr. Setting a European and a national record at two different distances in the same event is a remarkable feat. When he steps onto the track at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, the world is sure to take notice of this superb runner who continues to demonstrate that he is at the peak of his powers. Longines’ timekeepers will be keeping one eye on the track and another on the record book. Josh Kerr is celebrated not only for his athletic prowess but also for his mental strength and discipline, a combination that ensures that he is prepared for each challenge he faces when he takes his place at the starting line. Josh Kerr: “Proud to be a member of the Longines family” Josh is pleased to be part of the Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team. He says, “Longines is associated with excellence in timing and I am proud and excited to become the newest member of the Longines family.” The feeling is mutual! As the Official Partner and Official Timekeeper of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, Longines will continue to support talented athletes like Josh, who create great moments in sporting history and raise the excitement level each time they compete.
Longines is excited to announce that Peter Bol, the brilliant Australian middle-distance runner, has joined its 2022 Commonwealth Games Team. A specialist in 800-metre races, Peter already holds the national record in this discipline and distinguished himself on the tracks in Rio and Tokyo. But his ambitions go far beyond what he has already accomplished. We’re pleased to introduce you to an extraordinary competitor. Overcoming adversity Peter Bol has a bold ambition: he aims to become the greatest 800-metre runner in the world. And no one who has seen the new member of the Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team doubts that he can achieve that goal. Peter’s story is compelling. As a child, he relocated with his family from Sudan to Australia. At school in Perth, he was a standout basketball player but he was also required to participate in school athletics. He regularly won his races and was ultimately convinced by his teachers to swap his basketball kit for track shoes. He won the junior men’s 800-metre event in 2015 and never looked back. Peter looks forward to adding to his legacy – and continuing his relentless pursuit of his goal – in Birmingham in August. "Get to know the person instead of the assumptions" Peter Bol is one of those rare sporting talents who has lit a fire that burns beyond the track, field or arena of his achievements. His successes have fired the imaginations of his fellow Australians, who look forward to seeing what new barriers he breaks and what milestones he achieves next. Peter is articulate about what it means to have moved to a country and to be representing it on the world’s most prestigious sporting stages. He says, "I don't think people should be seen as a refugee or a migrant or something like that . . . get to know the person instead of the assumptions." Peter Bol has been defying stereotypes, overcoming obstacles and breaking records for years, a trend that continued at the Diamond League event in Paris in June, where he set a new personal best time of 1:44 in the 800-metre run, breaking his own Australian National Record. And the best is yet to come!
Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games | St-Imier, Switzerland | 20.07.2022 Longines is proud to be an Official Partner and the Official Timekeeper of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Throughout this major event, Longines will welcome special guests to the Longines House, an elegant hospitality venue ideally located in a prime position in Birmingham: The Compound at 80 Water Street. During two weeks, the Longines House will host a number of exclusive events, including celebrations of new World and Commonwealth Games records. Each world record-breaking athlete or team will be honoured with a presentation that reflects their impressive achievements. These brilliant competitors will be presented with the exclusive HydroConquest XXII Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games edition watch. This stunning timepiece, created with world-class athletes in mind, has been specially designed: it features the Games’ vivid colours on its black ceramic bezel and on the minute-track of its black sunray dial. It has been produced in an edition limited to 2,022 pieces.%break%Longines will also honour Commonwealth Games record breakers with a Longines HydroConquest timepiece with a blue dial. The Swiss watch brand is also offering track cycling record-breakers the opportunity to participate remotely in the Record Ceremony from London, where their events are being contested. Moreover, Longines is proud to be supporting Sport 4 Life UK, a leading charity committed to helping talented young athletes, aged 11 to 29, move into sustained education, training, and work through sports-themed personal development. The brand will make a donation to Sport 4 Life UK in the name of each World and Commonwealth Games record-breaker. Throughout the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, Longines will also take the opportunity to organize events as well as seated themed breakfasts, lunches and dinners. There will also be some extraordinary media events at the venue, ensuring that the Longines House will be the place to be in those times between riveting sporting events.
Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games | St-Imier, Switzerland | 20.07.2022 One of the newest members of the Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team, gymnast Alice Kinsella, will enjoy the rare privilege of competing at the Games in her hometown. A native of the host city, the 21-year-old will be performing on the global stage at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Alice has devoted herself to gymnastics since the age of three and her years of hard work have paid off: she is one of the most exciting competitors in the sport and equal to the challenges of its highest-profile events. At home on the Commonwealth Games stage When Alice Kinsella competes at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, she’ll be coming home in more ways than one. She was raised in Birmingham so she’s clearly no stranger to the city. But she also distinguished herself at the previous edition in 2018, when her three medals included an individual gold on the beam apparatus, a silver in the team event and a bronze in the all-around competition. Longines is thrilled that this brilliant young gymnast is part of its Commonwealth Games Team and looks forward to sharing her return to her hometown and her performance at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.%break%A powerful podium presence Following her success at the Commonwealth Games in 2018, Alice’s international success continued when she became the first British woman to win European gold on the beam apparatus at the European Championships in Szczecin, Poland in 2019. And as a member of Team GB, she claimed a medal in Tokyo in the summer of 2021 at the world’s most prestigious sporting competition Alice Kinsella is looking forward to defending her Commonwealth Games title in Birmingham and in preparation for the event, has continued her rigorous training programme. Her busy schedule will also include the European and World Championships where she is poised to add to an already-incredible legacy. Alice Kinsella: “A privilege to work alongside Longines” Alice is thrilled to be part of the Longines 2022 Commonwealth Games Team. She says, “It’s such a privilege to work alongside Longines ahead of the Commonwealth Games in my hometown of Birmingham. This will be one of the biggest events of the year, and a fantastic opportunity to showcase all our hard work on the greatest stage.” The collaboration with inspiring competitors like Alice Kinsella underscores Longines long-standing involvement in top-level international sport. As the Official Partner and Official Timekeeper of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, Longines will continue to help talented athletes like Alice create even more moments of sporting history.
When the Longines Countdown Clock in the heart of Birmingham’s iconic Centenary Square ticks down to its final second, the curtain will be raised on one of the world’s favourite sporting spectacles. The vibrant city will welcome some 4500 athletes from 72 nations and territories and the performances of each one of these exceptional sportspeople in all 283 medal events will be timed, measured and recorded with high precision by the Official Timekeeper, Longines. The Commonwealth Games, often referred to as the Friendly Games, is celebrated for its inclusivity. It was the first international multi-sport event to include athletes with a disability as full members of their national teams. It was also the first global multi-sport event to feature an equal number of men's and women's medal events, paralleling Longines’ success in achieving the balance between classic and sport watches as well as the balance between men and women watches. Longines at the Commonwealth Games: more than a Timekeeper! Longines is excited about its partnership agreement with the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF). It is, in fact, the first ever multi-Commonwealth Games partnership in history and gave Longines the coveted, exclusive status as the “Inaugural Partner of the Commonwealth Sport Movement”. Known worldwide for its excellence in precision timing, Longines, the Swiss watchmaking brand based in St-Imier, Switzerland, will be the Official Partner and Official Timekeeper for Birmingham 2022 as well as Victoria 2026 and the 2030 Commonwealth Games. This new partnership means Longines will provide all the timing and scoring equipment and services at every single event at the next three Commonwealth Games.%break%Counting down the seconds: the Longines Countdown Clock in the heart of Birmingham On Commonwealth Day, the 9th of March, the CGF, in partnership with Longines and Birmingham 2022, unveiled an impressive Countdown Clock in Birmingham’s Centenary Square. The eye-catching clock has become a “must-see” attraction in the heart of the city and visitors from the West Midlands and all over the world have taken opportunities to share unique “selfie” moments on social media. The clock continues to count down the days, hours, minutes and seconds to the start of the Opening Ceremony on the 28th of July. In the inclusive spirit of the Games, the Longines Countdown Clock features a fully accessible ramped approach to allow both wheelchair users and non-wheelchair users to move freely under the structure. Manufactured in England, it forms the shape of the stylized ‘B’ logo of Birmingham 2022. This distinctive design was created by connecting 12 towns and cities across the region, joining together key Games locations where, for the 11 days of the Games, 19 sports, and eight fully integrated para-sports, will take place. Longines and the Commonwealth Games: a proud partnership Longines is thrilled about its important role at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Matthieu Baumgartner, the brand’s Vice President of Marketing, says, “We are extremely proud of our partnership with the Commonwealth Games, which extends all the way back to the 1962 Perth Commonwealth Games and more recently the Games in Glasgow in 2014 and on the Australian Gold Coast in 2018. The 2022 edition in Birmingham promises to be a highly anticipated event once again this year.” Longines is looking forward to demonstrating its innovative timekeeping equipment and expertise, which has distinguished the brand since the 19th century. Along with the world-class athletes and spectators from every corner of the globe, Longines will be on hand for every record-breaking performance.