Longines Global Champions Tour in London
vom 04. - 06. August 2017
London ist die zwölfte Etappe der LONGINES GLOBAL CHAMPIONS TOUR. Eine der am meisten besuchten Städte der Welt ist Gastgeber der besten Springreiter und Pferde der Welt. Ein neuer Austragungsort, der Horse Guards Parade Boden im Herzen der Stadt, bietet den passenden Rahmen für diese spektakuläre Tour, nur einen Steinwurf von der Downing Street, Buckingham Palace.
Scott Brash shows his Olympic Gold Medal to the Chelsea Pensioners at the Longines Global Champions Tour of London venue, Royal Hospital Chelsea | Foto: Copyright LGCT / Kirsten Holst
Olympic Star Scott Brash launches countdown to show jumping spectacular at Royal Hospital Chelsea
British Olympic gold medallist Scott Brash was joined by Chelsea Pensioners for the launch of the London leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour, which will be held at the iconic Royal Hospital Chelsea from 4-6 August 2017.
LGCT London to debut at Royal Hospital Chelsea: Stunning graphic revealed | Foto: Copyright LGCT / Stefano Grasso
LGCT London to debut at Royal Hospital Chelsea – Stunning graphic revealed
Longines Global Champions Tour, the world’s premier show jumping circuit and a favourite amongst celebrity equestrian enthusiasts, is coming to London next month for the first time in two years. From 4-6 August, the world’s top horses and riders will gather at Royal Hospital Chelsea – home to the Chelsea Pensioners and the annual Chelsea Flower Show – to compete for a million pound prize fund and the chance to move up the rankings to take the championship crown at the end of the 15 stage tour.
Spectacular New London Venue for Longines Global Champions Tour 2017 | Foto: Copyright Royal Hospital Chelsea
A spectacular new destination joins the Longines Global Champions Tour circuit in 2017 with a prestigious event at the Royal Hospital Chelsea in the heart of London.
The high calibre event will feature the sport’s Olympic and World Champions including Great Britain’s Rio Olympics gold medallist Nick Skelton and members of the London 2012 Olympic Games gold medal team. The beautiful and historic grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea will host the event from 3rd – 6th August.
The 5* international event will build on the legacy of the London Olympic Games and gold medal victory in the individual competition for Nick Skelton in Rio this summer on his star stallion Big Star.
Great Britain’s Laura Renwick takes the final title in London | Foto: © Stefano Grasso / LGCT
GCT London, Great Britain’s Laura Renwick takes the final title in London
It was the perfect end to the final day of action at the Longines Global Champions Tour of London, as Great Britain’s Laura Renwick (GBR) rode a phenomenal round to take the CSI5* Massimo Dutti Trophy in front of a passionate home crowd. The young Italian Emanuele Bianchi took second place, just sixth tenths of a second off the win with his stunning bay stallion Isco de Amoranda. Third place went to Ireland’s Denis Lynch on his twelve year old bay gelding All Star 5, who lead the jump-off for the majority of the round.
Rolf-Göran Bengtsson gewinnt 11. Etappe | Foto: © Stefano Grasso / LGCT
GCT London 2015, Christian Ahlmann Fünfter – Holsteiner Verbandshengst Casall ASK gewinnt elfte Etappe
Christian Ahlmanns niederländischer Hengst Taloubet Z ist wieder ganz oben. Nach seinem guten Start im Nationenpreis des CSIO Mannheim ein Wochenende zuvor überzeugte der 15-jährige Braune mit zwei Nullrunden in der Global Champions Tour-Etappe in London. Die elfte Station der internationalen Springsportserie gewann der in Deutschland lebende Schwede Rolf-Göran Bengtsson mit dem Holsteiner Verbandshengst Casall Ask.
Scott Brash storms to ranking lead after Rolf-Göran Bengtsson wins London Grand Prix | Foto: © Stefano Grasso / LGCT
GCT London, Scott Brash storms to ranking lead after Rolf-Göran Bengtsson wins London Grand Prix
A 12-rider jump off topped off a dramatic finale as Rolf-Göran Bengtsson clinched victory in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of London presented by Qatar with his formidable stallion Casall Ask.
The third edition of the Tour in London was a feast of intensity and exceptional sporting action delivering split second drama for the 11th leg of the championship race with World No1 Scott Brash now at the top of the overall series ranking.
Britain’s Olympic medallists go into battle in London | Foto: © Stefano Grasso / LGCT
GCT London, Britain’s Olympic medallists go into battle
World Number 1 Scott Brash, Ben Maher, Michael and John Whitaker will be just four of the top British names in attendance at the Longines Global Champions Tour of London this weekend in Syon Park.
With the Championship battle reaching a dramatic point in the season – with current leader Luciana Diniz (POR) just three points ahead of Scott Brash (GBR) both riders will be pulling out all the stops in what is set to be another thrilling leg as we head into the 11th round of the circuit.
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See Great Britain’s Olympic heroes in action against the rest of the world this summer at the Longines Global Champions Tour of London at historic Syon Park from 24th – 26th July.
Longines Global Champions Tour of London 2015 | Foto: © Press Office, Longines Global Champions Tour
Longines Global Champions Tour London, Britaines Olympic gold medallists
Britain’s Olympic heroes will take on the rest of the world’s best riders as Longines Global Champions Tour heads to the beautiful surroundings of Syon Park by the River Thames and world famous Kew Gardens in west London.
A world class field will be in action for the Longines Global Champions Tour of London from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th July in the stunning grounds of Syon House, the London stately home of the Duke of Northumberland.
Speaking about the announcement, World No1 and reigning Longines Global Champions Tour champion Scott Brash said: „It’s great the Global Tour is bringing top international show jumping to London again this summer and I hope everyone will come and see us and enjoy the sport in this super location.“
With total prize money of around £600,000, the 11th leg of the circuit will feature a series of world class 5* competitions throughout the summer weekend at this exciting new destination for show jumping.
Foto: Stefano Grasso/ Longines Global Champions Tour
Scott Brash gewinnt elfte Etappe der Global Champions Tour
London/GBR (fn-press). Ludger Beerbaum (Riesenbeck) verpasste in der elften Etappe der Global Champions Tour beim Internationalen Springturnier (CSI*****) in London nur knapp den Sieg.