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  • 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.

  • January 27, 2019

    Alpine Skiing

    FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men - Kitzbühel 2019

    As the Official Partner and Timekeeper of the FIS, Longines was proud to provide its timekeeping expertise to the Hahnenkamm races in Kitzbühel this weekend, and to time the great victories of Dominik Paris (ITA) in the Downhill, Noël Clément (FRA) in the Slalom and Josef Ferstl (GER) in the Super G races. Besides, the brand lent its support ot the Kitz-Charity Trophy, a race where professionnel skiers compete against celebrities on a section of the Streif piste, to the benefit of farming families in North, East and South Tyrol.  

  • January 24, 2019

    Alpine Skiing

    Longines Hahnenhkamm Future Champions

    The Swiss watch brand Longines was proud to lend its name to the Longines Future Hahnenkamm Champions race organized by the Kitzbühel Ski-Club in the context of the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. Made up of three girls and three boys, nine team from seven different countries (Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Liechtenstein, Slovenia and Switzerland) took part in this international event, which included a giant slalom and a slalom race on the same day. Team Austria 1 claimed the victory – ahead of Team Germany, second and Team Tirol, third – and were presented with elegant Longines timepieces.

  • January 20, 2019

    Alpine Skiing

    Longines times the Lauberhorn races in Wengen

    The legendary Lauberhorn race in Wengen is the oldest and perhaps the most difficult of the classic races to win. Longines was proud to be part of this world-class event as its Official Partner and Timekeeper and to present an elegant timepiece to the winners of the three trials of the weekend: Austria’s Marco Schwarz (alpine combined) and Vincent Kriechmayr (downhill), as well as France’s Clément Noël (slalom).

  • January 17, 2019

    Alpine Skiing

    The Longines Family welcomes Swiss Alpine skier Marco Odermatt as its new member

    The Longines Family continues to grow with the entry of the Swiss Alpine skier Marco Odermatt. The young athlete from Canton Nidwald, born on 8 October 1997, notably won five gold medals in the Alpine Combined, Downhill, Super-G, Giant Slalom and Team Event at the 2018 FIS Junior World Ski Championships in Davos, Switzerland. This impressive performance, together with the two medals he claimed in the 2016 event (gold in Giant Slalom and bronze in Super-G), made him become the second most successful male junior in history.%break%Having made his World Cup debut in 2016, Odermatt has a promising future ahead of him, as he already achieved three Top-10 this season, in Giant Slalom (Val d’Isère and Adelboden) and Super G (Bormio). This new collaboration echoes Longines’ long lasting involvement in alpine skiing, as Official Partner and Timekeeper of the FIS. By welcoming Marco Odermatt in the prestigious Longines Family, the winged hourglass brand strengthens its support to the champions of tomorrow.

  • January 11, 2019

    Alpine Skiing

    Swiss siblings Mélanie and Loïc Meillard officially join the Longines Family

    Swiss watch brand Longines is proud to officially welcome ski racers and Swiss siblings Mélanie and Loïc Meillard in its Family. The athletes were notably awarded this year the Longines Rising Ski Stars Prize as the best female skier (under 21) and the best male skier (under 23) of the 2017/2018 World Cup season respectively. Despite a knee injury, which has kept her off the slopes since February 2018, Mélanie Meillard had an outstanding 2017/2018 season, with a third place in the City Event in Oslo (Norway), and placed ten times in the top-10 during the World Cup. During the last season, triple Junior World Champion Loïc Meillard finished amongst the 10 best skiers in seven of his World Cup races. In the current season, he achieved his two best results in World Cup in Saalbach-Hinterglemm, as he stepped onto the second step of podium, both in slalom and giant slalom. This new collaboration echoes Longines’ long lasting involvement in alpine skiing, as the Official Partner and Timekeeper of the FIS. By welcoming Mélanie and Loïc Meillard in the prestigious Longines Family, the winged hourglass brand strengthens its support to the champions of tomorrow.%break%About the Longines Rising Ski Stars Prize Awarded for the first time at the end of the 2012/2013 alpine skiing season, the Longines Rising Ski Stars Prize is presented to the best young female skier (under 21 years old) and male skier (under 23 years old) taking part in the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. The prize consists of a Longines watch, a trophy and a check.

  • January 22, 2018

    Alpine Skiing

    FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men - Kitzbühel

    The Swiss watch brand Longines is proud to be the Official Timekeeper of the Hahnenkamm races in Kitzbühel, including the much-awaited Downhill race, claimed by Germany’s Thomas Dressen, followed by Beat Feuz (SUI) and Hannes Reichelt (AUT). For this speed event, the brand used its new timekeeping and data handling technology, the game-changing Longines Live Alpine Data system, consisting of a chip attached to the skier’s boot equipped with a radar and motion sensor. It enables the real-time and continuous measurement of the athlete’s speed, amongst other features. As the Official Partner of the FIS, Longines was also proud to support the KitzCharity Trophy, a race which brings together professional skiers and well-known personalities to compete on a stretch of the fearful Streif. The funds generated by this event are donated to a local charity. The Official Watch of the 2017/2018 FIS Alpine World Cup season is the Conquest V.H.P. Very High Precision, which represents a new achievement in the field of quartz, combining great precision, high technicality and a sporty look, marked by the brand’s unique elegance.

  • January 13, 2017

    Alpine Skiing

    Longines’ first known involvement in alpine skiing dates back to 1924

    The Longines factory provided the timekeeping equipment for the military ski races held in Saint-Imier on 13 January 1924. There was a full programme, with races in the morning, an official meal, a jumping competition in the afternoon, a concert and a dance evening. This was Longines’ first known involvement in timekeeping for skiing events.