Longines Watch Beijing International Equestrian Masters Stage A Sports Fashion Event

On May 10th and 12th, the ‘Longines Beijing International Equestrian Masters’ was grandly held at the ‘Bird’s Nest’ at the China National Stadium. Swiss Longines, with its glorious tradition and outstanding experience in the field of sports timing, is pleased to be the title sponsor and official timekeeper of the 2012 Beijing International Equestrian Masters. Together with this top-level event and star rider, they jointly interpret the extraordinary elegance and noble charm of equestrianism.
    This professional equestrian event, which represents the highest level in Asia, has been officially included in the International Horse League schedule, attracting the full participation of many of the world’s top riders.
    Because of its elegance, precision, traditional resonance and tacit understanding, Longines and equestrianism, a noble sport with the style of the king, have a long history and perfect cooperation for nearly a century. On the 180th anniversary of the brand, Longines is pleased to be the title sponsor and official timekeeper of the 2012 Beijing International Equestrian Masters.
   This professional equestrian event, which represents the highest level in Asia, has been officially included in the international equestrian league schedule. It attracted Ruder Bielbaum, the best rider in the world and the ‘father of German equestrianism’, and from Germany and the United Kingdom. Twelve world-class riders from eight countries including Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Australia, Sweden, and Switzerland gathered in the Bird’s Nest to host 20 outstanding riders, including Beijing Olympic rider Li Zhenqiang from the host China, and Chinese national equestrian team member Zhu Meimei Elegant and exciting competition. Titled this year’s Beijing International Equestrian Masters Championship will undoubtedly add another dimension to the field of cooperation between Longines and sports. Longines loves to present an exciting top event for China and the world, and uses this as a platform to spread the profound equestrian culture. , So that more people can experience this ‘king movement’ and experience this noble and elegant lifestyle.
   On May 11, a wonderful opening ceremony opened the magnificent curtain of the current equestrian masters in the bright night of the Bird’s Nest. Xu Zhong, a pianist master and well-known conductor who has won the Knight of the French Literature and Arts, took the guests to a dreamy and noble victory with a beautiful piano sound. The Swiss equestrian name Patric Looser, with an exciting dance on the horse’s back, makes people all amazed by the tantalizing beauty and extraordinary art of this horse and horse. The following night obstacle course was the first open-air night obstacle course in Asia. Spectators can enjoy the exciting performances of some international equestrian riders in the 2012 London Olympic Games in the ‘Bird’s Nest’, the main venue of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.