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Longines celebrated its 180th anniversary in 2012. One of the oldest Swiss watch-making companies, Longines has enjoyed a particularly prolific and accomplished history, earning 10 Grand Prix for horology and reaching their 30 millionth watch produced in 2001. In addition, Longines has acted as the official supplier for the International Aeronautics Federation since 1919, an affiliation which has included building a watch to Charles Lindbergh's specifications in 1927, which accompanied him on his crossing of the North Atlantic. Longines watches are best known for their classic elegance and technical impeccability, and are sold in 130 countries around the world.
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  • Longines - Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes

    On Saturday 11 April 2015, Craig Williams riding Criterion won the Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes, the richest weight for age race over 2000m on turf in the world. The Swiss watch brand Longines is the Title Partner of the Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes, as well as the Official Timekeeper and Watch of the racecourse of Royal Randwick, and the Official Timekeeper and Watch of the Australian Turf Club. The winning owner, trainer and jockey were presented with elegant Longines watches from the hands of Mr. Juan-Carlos Capelli, Vice President of Longines and Head of International Marketing, and Chi Ling Lin, Longines Ambassador of Elegance.
    This event was the occasion to discover Conquest Classic, a collection of Longines timepieces dedicated to horse lovers.

    This weekend was also marked by a world premiere. Indeed, during a press conference held in the Longines Owners Pavilion at Royal Randwick Racecourse on Friday 10 April 2015, the Swiss watch brand presented the Longines Positioning System (LPS), a game-changing development for timekeeping and tracking technology in thoroughbred racing. Used for the first time during the Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes Raceday, it inaugurates totally new data-handling dimensions and deepens the understanding of the races.

  • Longines - Official Timekeeper of Glasgow 2014

    The Commonwealth Games is an international, multi-sport event involving 70 teams of athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations. The largest multi-sport event ever to be held in Scotland, it will take place from 23 July - 3 August 2014. The event was first held in 1930 and takes place every four years. Glasgow 2014 will be the 20th Commonwealth Games and will feature 17 sports in 11 days of competition with 261 medal events on show. The Games will play host to 4500 athletes and sell 1,000,000 tickets with the event aided by an army of up to 15,000 local volunteers.
    Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II launched the Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton Relay on its global journey on Wednesday 9 October 2013 in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace attended by some of Scotland's greatest athletes, inspirational young people and senior representatives from across the Commonwealth.
    The Queen placed Her message calling the athletes of the Commonwealth to next summer's Games inside a baton specially crafted in Scotland which will now travel to the 70 nations and territories of the Commonwealth before being opened at the Opening Ceremony.
    The Queen's Baton Relay is a unique tradition that unites two billion citizens of the Commonwealth in a celebration of sport, diversity and peace and rallies 4,500 athletes from the 70 nations and territories. The Queen's Baton Relay and the Queen's Baton hold special royal significance. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is the Patron of the Commonwealth Games.
    Longines' involvement in the Commonwealth Games dates back to 1962, when it was the timekeeper of the event in Perth (Australia).

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