This weekend, Berlin will host the Longines Global Champions Tour for the first time. Berlin is the eleventh stop of the tour, and the event at The Sommergarten in Funkturm brings together top riders and horses from around the world. There are 15 races on the tour. As the title partner and official timekeeper of Longines, I am honored to present the key event “Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Berlin”, The result was won by German rider Christian Ahlmann on ‘Codex One’.
Riders can earn points in this event, which will be included in the ‘Longines World Championship Tour’ ranking and the ‘Longines International Equestrian Federation Rankings’. After 11 races, Harrie Smolders from the Netherlands temporarily topped the list with 252 points. The tour kicked off in Mexico City in April and will end in Doha at the end of November. Longines is proud to be the title partner of this 5 * -level equestrian obstacle course and provide professional timing for all of its events.
The ‘Longines World Championship Tour Berlin Grand Prix’ is a great opportunity to appreciate the event’s designated watch. This watch comes from the Longines Master series (Longines Master), equipped with a blue dial and decorated with diamond hour markers. The new shades complement the classic and subtle design styles of this collection. This stainless steel women’s watch offers hours, minutes and seconds, and the rhodium-plated hands stand out on the dial without losing its sophistication.