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Longines Global Champions Tour - Monaco 2018


June 29, 2018

Shane Breen wins in thrilling competition at the Longines Global Champions Tour of Monaco

The magical harbor of Monte-Carlo has offered a spectacular venue for the ninth leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour. This three-day competition of top-class show jumping was marked by the victory of Shane Breen riding Ipswich van de Wolfsakker in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix du Prince de Monaco on Saturday. This victory handed him the ninth golden ticket to the Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix, where he will line up against the winners of the previous legs. Longines Ambassador of Elegance Jung Woo-Sung presented the Irish rider with an elegant Longines timepiece in recognition for his great performance.

Longines was indeed honored to welcome the new Ambassador of Elegance Jung Woo-Sung in this prestigious equestrian rendezvous as the praised South Korean actor, accomplished director and producer, perfectly expresses Longines’ motto “Elegance is an attitude”.

On Friday evening, Mona Ferry and Christian Rhomberg claimed victory at the Longines Pro-Am Cup, supported by Charlotte Casiraghi as the Patron of this competition. This trial allows an amateur and professional rider to compete together for the coveted title, with a focus on speed and agility. The Swiss watch brand participated in this competition with a team made up of Longines Ambassador of Elegance Jane Richard Philips and her husband Ignace Philips. They took the fifth place during this prestigious competition.

The Official Watch of the Longines Global Champions Tour of Monaco is a ladies model from the Record collection, featuring a white mother-of-pearl dial and diamond indexes. This line combines classic elegance and excellence, aspiring to become the spearheads of the brand.

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