Longines In The Alps

For the third consecutive year, Longines has become the official timekeeping manufacturer of the International Ski Association (FIS) World Cup Alpine Ski Race. In addition to participating in skiing events again this year, Longines is also the brand’s elegant image ambassador-Norwegian downhill world champion Aksel Lund Svindal’s important comeback after injury, track experts point out his potential as a ski champion It’s infinite and everyone looks forward to seeing him perform perfectly again.

    Longines has long been linked to ski events. The first work on the ski track dates back to the 1933 race in Chamonix. Since then, this winter competition has become a stage for Longines to show its excellent craftsmanship. Like today’s men’s downhill skiing, in addition to the final results, it requires the timing results and two speed tests in five competitions, timing accuracy. It must be one hundredth of a second, so Longines has also developed many groundbreaking technologies to strive to provide the most accurate timing results.