The Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Cannes was crowned by Sergio Alvarez Moya who rides ‘Arrayan’. The Spanish rider was awarded a Longines watch in recognition of his outstanding performance. The Longines World Championship Tour has a total of 15 races, Cannes is the sixth leg, Longines is the title partner and official timekeeper of this series of events.
Currently, Harrie Smolders is temporarily ahead of the Longines World Championship Tour Rankings by 150 points, followed by Lorenzo De Luca with 133 points. After Cannes, the Longines World Championship Tour will continue in Europe. The next stops will be Monaco from June 23 to 25 and Paris from June 30 to July 2.
At Cannes, Longines is proud to showcase the race-specific watch, a new model from the Longines Master. With a blue dial with sunburst and automatic movement, this women’s watch is decorated with diamond hour markers and a blue alligator leather strap to match the dial.