On Sunday, October 5, 2014, Thierry Jarnet took the lead for the second consecutive year to cross the finish line and took the 2,400-meter Arc de Triomphe under the watchful eyes of a crowd swarming to the Friezerang Racecourse. Grand Prix laurels. Longines has also been a partner and official timer for this legendary race for four consecutive years.

   On the same day, the Swiss watch brand also appeared in another French top international competition-‘Longines l’Opéra Grand Prix’, Thierry Jarnet once again won the top prize.

‘Longines l’Opéra Grand Prix’ Award Ceremony: Juan-Carlos Capelli, Longines Global Vice President and Marketing Director, French Jockey Club President Bertrand Bélinguier, French Jockey Club Vice President LoÏc Malivet, Jockey Thierry Jarnet, Sebastien Lagrange’s, George Strawbridge (from left to right)

   The official timekeeper for this year’s Kada Triumph Grand Prix is ​​a stainless steel chronograph from the Comcast series. This series is dedicated to Longines dedicated to equestrian competitions. This watch has a diameter of 41 mm and is equipped with a unique column-wheel movement. On the black dial, the Arabic numerals 12 and 11 other scales are coated with Super-LumiNova® fluorescent coating to display the hours and minutes. The small seconds dial is set at 9 o’clock, 30 minutes are set at 3 o’clock, 12 hours are set at 6 o’clock, and the date is displayed at 4:30. Continuing the usual style of the Comcast series, this watch features a screw-in sapphire crystal case back and is water resistant to 50 meters.