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Longines Masters of Hong Kong 2019


February 17, 2019

The 2019 Longines Masters of Hong Kong: a perfect mix of sports achievements and glamour

As the Title Partner, Official Timekeeper and Watch of the Longines Masters Series, the Swiss watchmaking company proudly took part in the Asian leg held from 15-17 February 2019 at AsiaWorld-Expo. Bringing together the world’s best riders and horses for breath-taking show-jumping competitions, the Longines Masters of Hong Kong perfectly combined performance at its peak with entertainment, glamour and gastronomy.


This last day of competition was marked by the great win of Ireland’s rider Denis Lynch on Chablis in the Longines Grand Prix. Simon Delestre (FR) and Uccello de Will arrived second followed by Pius Schwizer (CH) and About A Dream. On Saturday, Ireland’s Bertram Allen aboard Christy JNR emerged victorious in the Longines Speed Challenge. With obstacle penalties being only two seconds instead of four and thus pushing the riders to speed up, this competition is recognized as the fastest event of the circuit. On this occasion, French rider Patrice Delaveau and Vestale de Mazure HDC took the second place while compatriot Kevin Staut on Ayade de Septon Et HDC completed the podium.


Distinguished guests at the Longines Masters of Hong Kong


This glamorous event was also the perfect occasion for Longines to welcome some very special guests. On Saturday, French top-model Ilona Smet, Canadian influencer and photographer Alen Palander and Taiwanese artist Marcus Chang joined the brand to witness emotional moments of action during the Longines Speed Challenge. Representing the three continents of the series and perfectly embodying Longines’ elegance, the three Friends of the Brand will also be part of the final stage of the 2018/2019 series, taking place in New York, from 25-28 April 2019.


On Sunday, Longines had the great pleasure to have its Ambassador of Elegance and famous artist Aaron Kwok joining for the event’s grand finale, the Longines Grand Prix. The multitalented celebrity took part in the Prize Giving Ceremony and presented the trophy and a Longines timepiece to the winning rider. Aaron Kwok also seized this occasion to meet some of his fans at the Longines boutique.



The Conquest V.H.P. “Very High Precision”, the Official Watch of the event  


During the Longines Masters of Hong Kong, Longines was proud to highlight a model of the Conquest V.H.P. “Very High Precision” as the Official Watch of the event. Representing a new achievement in the field of quartz, this line combines great precision, high technicality and a sporty look, marked by the brand’s unique elegance. Equipped with an exclusive movement renowned for its high degree of precision for an analog watch (± 5 seconds/year) and its ability to reset its hands after an impact or exposure to magnetic field, using the GPD (gear position detection) system, the Conquest V.H.P. has thus positioned itself as the standard-bearer of extreme precision. The featured model displays an elegant blue dial and was to be discovered alongside many more collections in the Longines Boutique located in the Village Prestige.

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Longines’ passion for equestrian sport dates back to 1878, when it produced a chronograph engraved with a jockey and his mount. Three years later, it can be found on American racecourses, adopted by horse enthusia­sts. In 1912, the company partnered for the first time with an international show jumping competition. Today Longines’ involvement in equestrian sports includes show-jumping, flat racing, endurance, driving, dressage and eventing competitions.

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Follow the live results of all Longines competitions on Building on its in-house expertise, the Swiss watch brand Longines gradually built a special relationship with the world of sport. It can count now many years of experience as a timekeeper for world championships in sport or as a partner of international sports federations.