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When Jules Louis Audemars and Edward Auguste Piguet joined forces in 1875, they did so with the conviction that their vision was unique and that their work would endure. Today, the family business is still in the hands of the descendants of the founding families, and the initial inspiration remains firmly embedded in its genes. Throughout the years, Audemars Piguet watchmakers have surpassed technical and theoretical boundaries to craft ever more demanding mechanisms. Each watch collection has its own distinct personality, eloquently testifying to time-honoured know-how as well as to the impressive capacity of innovation.
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  • Audemars Piguet - Finish of the Gstaad Classic

    After three days of competition in the Swiss Alps, on Saturday 4 September the Gstaad Classic competitors returned one last time to the Parc Ferme at the heart of the famous Swiss resort. A last day highlighted by two extraordinary special stages and a slalom on the Saanen military airfield; the torrential rain of the 2009 edition made place for beautiful weather.

    The day's second special stage, very fast and long with over 15 kilometres, was decisive for each category's final classifications. In VHC, the Audemars Piguet crew, Philippe Liechti / Carolyn Twaites wins with their Porsche 911, in front of Jean-Marc and Patricia Bussolini on another 911. In third place, Daniela Ellerbrock and Zaklina Rohwer's splendid Ferrari 250 GT SWB. In the GHI category, Christian Traber imposes himself once again with his Porsche 911 RSR, making the rally's best time in the General Classification. The index Performance classification is taken by an Alfa Romeo 1900 C belonging to Jean-Pierre and Christine Cathiard. In Regularity, George-Henri Meylan and Julien Stervinou sign the best time with a Porsche 356.

    On Saturday evening, the competitors met at the prestigious Gstaad Palace for the traditional prize-giving ceremony in the presence of Philippe Merck, General Manager Audemars Piguet and the Swiss Formula 1 driver, Sebastien Buemi, the watch-making Manufacture's ambassador.

    In the name of EFG Bank, Keith Gapp - himself third in the Performance Index, rewarded the Ferrari 212 Export's German team with an entry for the next edition of Spa Classic.

    All the participants will remember this second edition's splendid route and the incredible weather from start to finish. From the Château d'Aigle to lunch at high altitude at Meiringen, the charming stop-overs and places chosen for the dinners, between luxury -Grand Hotel Park, Gstaad Palace, authenticity -Olden restaurant, and originality with a dinner at the Diablerets 3000 glacier, in company of a distinguished guest, amateur of classic cars: Bernie Ecclestone.

    The Gstaad Glassic Audemars Piguet obviously set a high standard for this 2011 edition; the choice of the itinerary, the quality of the accommodation and the convivial atmosphere. The weather played its part with three sunny days and the sumptuous Bernese Alps allowed the competitors, to forget, or nearly, that the special stages were cancelled on the second day, in this canton where, unfortunately, motor sports are not welcome.


  • Audemars Piguet - Darren Clarke

    July 17th 2011 - Darren Clarke is the third Audemars Piguet ambassador to win a golf Grand Slam tournament in the last 14 months, following in the footsteps of Rory Mcllroy (US Open 2011) and Graeme McDowell (US Open 2010). On Sunday July 17th, he claimed victory in the British Open, his maiden Major win.

    Amid tough weather conditions on the Royal St Georges course running along the Kentish coastline, the 42 year-old Northern Irishman finished three strokes ahead of Americans Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson. Carding four superbly regular rounds of 68, 68, 69 and 70, he kept a firm grip on this Major by taking the lead on Friday and never relinquishing it thereafter. On his wrist was an incredibly light Royal Oak prototype in titanium. "I've waited a long time for this victory and I'd be lying if I said I always believed I could make it", he admitted. "But everything went like a dream this week. I felt instantly at ease on arriving here and I can't remember having struck the ball so well, from tee to green."

    An Audemars Piguet ambassador for the past six years, Darren Clarke had won 14 tournaments to date on the Europen circuit, the last coming in Majorca last May. A four-time Ryder Cup winner (1997, 2002, 2004 and 2006), he experienced the finest moment of his career to date this week at his 20th attempt in the British Major. This victory brings him right back among the international golfing elite by propelling him to 30th in the world.

    The players composing the international Audemars Piguet Golf Team are Lee Westwood, Graeme Mc Dowell,Rory McIlroy, Ian Poulter, Miguel Angel Jimenez, Vijay Singh, Anthony Kim, and Darren Clarke. All are particularly keen devotees of Haute Horlogerie and proudly wear Royal Oak watches. A collection which is a perfect combination of elegance, excellence and strength, qualities that Audemars Piguet particularly appreciates in its sports ambassadors.

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