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There were tears throughout Monte Carlo tonight as Ines Joly and Ambassador Z clinched their first ever 5* Grand Prix win in the €1.5 million Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix du Prince de Monaco.

Cannes Stars race to victory in GCL Monaco reclaiming Championship lead

Cannes Stars race to victory in GCL Monaco reclaiming Championship lead

In sensational style Cannes Stars powered by Iron Dames rocketed to the top of the podium for the third time this season under the lights in GCL Monaco. U25 rider Sophie Hinners onboard Iron Dames Singclair and Kim Emmen with Imagine secured maximum points to reclaim the overall Championship lead again by 6 points.

Emotional Triumph: Olivier Philippaerts Wins His First LGCT Grand Prix, in Stockholm

Emotional Triumph: Olivier Philippaerts Wins His First LGCT Grand Prix, in Stockholm

In an emotionally charged LGCT Grand Prix, Olivier Philippaerts aboard H&M Miro clinched his first ever stage victory in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Stockholm presented by Agria.

Back to back GCL wins as Doha Falcons continue flying form in Stockholm

Back to back GCL wins as Doha Falcons continue flying form in Stockholm

Doha Falcons triumphed for the second week in a row securing the win at GCL Stockholm presented by Norrviken. Jérôme Guery, Simon Delestre and Julien Anquetin in round one emerged victorious with Quel Homme de Hus, Dexter Fontenis Z and Z Ice Cube Z in front of an electric crowd.

What dreams are made of… Jeanne Sadran Wins LGCT Grand Prix of Paris

What dreams are made of… Jeanne Sadran Wins LGCT Grand Prix of Paris

Dreams came true in the heart of Paris tonight as young French star Jeanne Sadran clinched her first ever CSI5* Grand Prix victory at the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Paris presented by Ville de Paris.

Doha Falcons fly in French capital to secure thrilling GCL win

Doha Falcons fly in French capital to secure thrilling GCL win

Converting their pole position to a win Doha Falcons of Julien Anquetin, Jérôme Guery and Michael Pender stormed to victory in the GCL of Paris presented by Metrobus.

Meyer-Zimmermann Scores with Messi in LGCT Grand Prix of Cannes

Meyer-Zimmermann Scores with Messi in LGCT Grand Prix of Cannes

In a charged atmosphere at Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Cannes presented by La Ville de Cannes Janne Friederike Meyer-Zimmermann clinched a fitting victory on board Messi van 't Ruytershof at the city's renowned football stadium Stade des Hespérides.

Stockholm Hearts take Championship lead by one point winning stage 7, GCL Cannes

Stockholm Hearts take Championship lead by one point winning stage 7, GCL Cannes

Tonight’s GCL Cannes presented by Volvo Cavallari was a blockbuster, with drama right down to the final fence as Stockholm Hearts powered by H&M We Love Horses, rose to the win.

Max Kühner Races to P1 at LGCT Grand Prix of Ramatuelle, St Tropez with Max Verstappen Cheering On

Max Kühner Races to P1 at LGCT Grand Prix of Ramatuelle, St Tropez with Max Verstappen Cheering On

Max Kühner and Eic Up Too Jacco Blue have charged to victory in the elite realm of equestrian sport, the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Ramatuelle, St. Tropez. Adding to the event's allure, Formula 1 World Champion Max Verstappen was in attendance, enhancing the already star-studded atmosphere.

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Každý návštěvník O 2 areny, vstupující do O 2 areny za účelem účasti na akci, se zakoupením či obdržením vstupenky (či jiného dokladu, opravňujícího jej ke vstupu) zavazuje při vstupu do O 2 areny dodržovat pravidla uvedená v Provozním řádu , Návštěvním řádu , Reklamačním řádu a v těchto Pokynech pořadatele („ Pokyny “).

Tyto Pokyny zdůrazňují vybraná práva a povinnosti návštěvníků O 2 areny při jejich vstupu do místa konání akce, jinak uvedená v řádech haly. V případě, že se Pokyny na konkrétní akci od řádů liší, je tak uvedeno dále v těchto Pokynech níže nebo při vstupu do O 2 areny, a tyto Pokyny mají před řády přednost. Doporučujeme všem držitelům vstupenek se s těmito Pokyny seznámit nejen při nákupu vstupenky, ale také před tím, než se vypraví na akci.

Vstupenka : Vstupenka platí jen pro uvedenou akci v uvedený den, hodinu, místo konání a sedadlo (příp. stání na ploše), je platná pouze s kontrolním ústřižkem a opravňuje pouze k jednomu vstupu . Vstupenku musí mít každá osoba vstupující do O 2 areny bez ohledu na věk (tedy i malé dítě) a celou dobu pobytu v O 2 areně ji musí mít u sebe a při výzvě pořadatele se jí prokázat. Další převod vstupenky bez písemného souhlasu pořadatele nebo pokus o další prodej způsobuje její neplatnost a držiteli takové vstupenky nemusí být umožněn do O 2 areny vstup, a to bez náhrady.

Vstupenky do O 2 areny oficiálně prodávají pouze společnosti IRSnet CZ s.r.o. (Ticketportal) a Ticketmaster Česká republika, a.s. (Ticketmaster). Pokud vstupenku nakoupíte u jiných prodejců (vč. nákupu od jiných diváků), za jejich pravost a platnost pořadatel neodpovídá, přičemž jejich zakoupením riskujete, že nebudete vpuštěni do haly. Prodej vstupenek u oficiálních prodejců se dále řídí jejich obchodními podmínkami, které lze nalézt na jejich webových stránkách ( https://www.ticketmaster.cz/ , https://www.ticketportal.cz/ ).

Buďte při nákupu vstupenek obezřetní, nakupujte pouze o oficiálních prodejců! Neukazujte nikomu individualizované prvky vstupenky (QR kód, čárový kód) tak, aby nedošlo k jejímu zkopírování. Turnikety v O 2 areně jsou nastavené tak, že každý čárový kód pustí právě jednou.

Vstup do místa konání akce : Seznam předmětů, s nimiž nelze vstupovat do O 2 areny, najdete v Návštěvním řádu nebo v rubrice ZAKÁZANÉ PŘEDMĚTY . Během akce funguje před O 2 arenou úschovna . Osoby mladší 15 let musí být na akci doprovázeny osobou zletilou, která musí mít svojí vlastní vstupenku.

Akce : Datum a čas akce mohou být změněny s upozorněním na webové stránce akce ( www.o2arena.cz ). Změna místa konání akce je vyhrazena, přičemž akce může být, bez dalšího nároku držitele vstupenky, dle rozhodnutí pořadatele, přesunuta do tzv. O 2 universa (budova č. p. 2345, na adrese Českomoravská 2345/17, Praha 9).

Vracení vstupného : Vstupné se vrací, v případě existence nároku na vratku, na základě písemné žádosti , podané pořadateli nebo prodejci vstupenek původním kupujícím vstupenky , doručené pořadateli/prodejci bez zbytečného odkladu po vzniku nároku, nejpozději do jednoho týdne před termínem akce, které se vratka týká, neurčí-li pořadatel jinak (např. se bude vstupné vracet všem automaticky).

Specifické pokyny pro akci (odlišné od platných řádů či jej doplňující).

Skvělá zpráva (nejenom) pro fanoušky parkurového sportu. Global Champions Prague Playoffs se vrátí do O 2 areny – organizátoři z Czech Equestrian Teamu podepsali se společností Global Champions smlouvu na další tři edice největšího svátku parkurového sportu. Fanoušci budou moct vidět světovou elitu na podzim roku 2025, 2027 a 2029. Prodej vstupenek na Prague Playoffs 2025 začne už v pondělí 25. března 2024 v 10.00 hod. Ceny se pohybují od 390 Kč do 2,990 Kč za denní vstupenky.

“Jednání s Global Champions jsme vedli velmi dlouho a jsme rádi, že se Playoffs v nejbližších pěti letech třikrát vrátí do České republiky. Vnímáme to jako ocenění naší práce u předešlých ročníků, kdy se nám povedlo zrealizovat zcela unikátní koncept propojení špičkového parkuru a doprovodné show na nejvyšší světové úrovni. Počet fanoušků, kteří Prague Playoffs viděli přímo v hale, rostl každým rokem – a jsme rádi, že si umění nejlepších jezdců a koní světa budou moci opět vychutnat na tribunách O 2 areny v Praze,” řekl Jan Andrlík, předseda organizačního výboru Prague Playoffs.

Pro rok 2025 už dokonce parkurová galashow zná termín – 20. – 23. listopadu 2025. “Opět se bude jednat o závěrečný podnik celé série, vyvrcholení celoročního snažení všech jezdců a týmů. Diváci se určitě mají na co těšit, již nyní pracujeme na novém konceptu doprovodného programu včetně koňské, umělecké a audiovizuální show a na rozšíření zábavních aktivit mimo hlavní arénu, zejména pro naše nejmenší návštěvníky. ” dodal Andrlík.

Vstupenky na prestižní parkurovou akci, v níž se představí nejlepší jezdci a týmy světa, budou v prodeji v síti Ticketmaster a Ticketportal. “Vzhledem k velkému zájmu o akci v uplynulých letech jsme se rozhodli dát fanouškům příležitost zakoupit si vstupenky na rok 2025 už nyní. Věřím, že se příští rok v O 2 areně potkáme opět v hojném počtu a doufám, že opět posuneme hranici návštěvnosti Prague Playoffs výš,“ říká Andrlík.

K dispozici budou denní vstupenky, permanentky na všechny čtyři soutěžní dny, ale také VIP vstupenky, partyboxy či místa u stolů na klubovém patře. Vstupenky bude možné zakoupit prostřednictvím sítí Ticketmaster ( www.ticketmaster.cz ) a Ticketportal ( www.ticketportal.cz ).

Ceny denních vstupenek začínají na 390 Kč u vstupenek do 4. patra. Ceny vstupenek 1. kategorie, tedy do 1. patra O 2 areny, se pohybují od 990 Kč. Na čtvrteční a páteční program je připravena 50% sleva na vstupném pro děti do výšky 140 cm.

Fanoušci se kromě jiného můžou samozřejmě těšit na účinkování týmu Prague Lions, který letošní sezonu absolvuje ve složení Anna Kellnerová, Niels Bruynseels, Pieter Devos, Jur Vrieling, Thibeau Spits a Fernando Martinez Sommer.

Praha hostila nejlepší parkurové jezdce a koně světa pětkrát od roku 2018. Diváci v O 2 areně mohli vidět v akci olympijské šampiony, mistry světa, ale také řadu českých jezdců, kteří se rozhodně mezi špičkovou konkurencí neztratili. Akce pod taktovkou organizátorů z Czech Equestrian Teamu navíc získala extrémně pozitivní ohlas, kombinace skvělých sportovních výkonů a unikátní doprovodné show byla mimořádně populární jak mezi jezdci, tak mezi fanoušky. Dosud poslední ročník Prague Playoffs, v listopadu 2023, vidělo přímo v areně téměř 40 000 tisíc fanoušků parkurového sportu.

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Global Champions Prague Playoffs - The World’s Greatest Showjumping Event

Global Champions Prague Playoffs - The World’s Greatest Showjumping Event

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The 5th edition of the world show jumping competition in Prague will traditionally welcome a total of 16 teams. Young showjumping talents up to 25 years of age will also take the stage. Each day will also see demonstrations of other equestrian disciplines and horse shows , including performances by international artists.

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The quest for the season championship will take horses, riders, and spectators on a global journey, visiting 16 major cities and significant locations. Throughout the season, riders will fiercely compete to secure their golden ticket, earning a coveted spot in the ultimate individual showdown, the Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix at the GC Prague Playoffs.

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The grand finale of the calendar will take place at the O2 Arena in Prague, where the pressure will be at its peak. Spanning three continents, 13 countries, and 16 picturesque destinations, this thrilling journey encompasses two championship competitions: the individual-focused Longines Global Champions Tour and the team-based Longines Global Championship League. 

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  • Event: Global Champions Tour
  • Date: : 2nd March – 16 November 2023
  • Broadcaster: Eurosport, 7 network
  • Prize: $36 million

Longines Global Champions Tour Schedule

The Longines Global Champions Tour features an exciting schedule of 16 stages from March 2023 to November 2023. The journey culminates with the Playoffs set to take place in Prague.

Where to watch Longines Global Champions Tour Live Stream

You can watch the Longines Global Champions Tour live for free on 7 Network in Australia . The 7 Network is your gateway to this prestigious equestrian event. With extensive coverage provided by the 7 Network, you won’t miss a single moment. 

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Plus, their online streaming service, 7Plus, ensures you can catch the tour live, allowing you to witness awe-inspiring skill and athleticism from the world’s elite riders and horses as they compete for ultimate glory. But since 7Plus is online available in Australia, you can use ExpressVPN to connect to a server in Australia to access 7Plus anywhere.

Tune in to Eurosport for a front-row seat to the thrilling Longines Global Champions Tour. The live coverage of this prestigious equestrian event. Eurosport brings you all the action, allowing you to witness the incredible displays of talent and skill from the world’s top riders and horses. To access Eurosport, subscribe to their cable TV package or sign up for the Eurosport Player app.

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Eurosport also offers a seven-day free trial for users who want to test their service before committing to a monthly subscription. After the free trial, subscribers will be charged a fee of £6.99 per month.

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LGCT Monaco 

The 9th leg of the 2023 LGCT season, Monaco has been a cherished part of the calendar since 2006. Once again, the stunning backdrop of Port d’Hercule and the iconic Prince’s Palace will serve as an awe-inspiring venue for a crucial moment in the 2022 Longines Global Champions Tour season. From June 30th to July 1st, spectators can indulge in three days of amazing show jumping against the world-famous harbor of Monte-Carlo, ensuring a captivating and entertaining experience.

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During this event, the best international riders and horses will converge on the Principality to tackle demanding technical courses within one of the Tour’s most packed arenas. Success in this competition requires daring, skill, and courage as participants navigate the challenges with finesse. The atmosphere is elevated by super-yachts and the event’s unique location in the former Formula 1 pit lane, attracting guests and fans from around the globe. Prepare to be enthralled by the extraordinary display of talent and passion in the captivating world of show jumping.

“𝗦𝗵𝗲 𝗵𝗮𝘀 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗵𝗲𝗮𝗿𝘁 𝗼𝗳 𝗮 𝗹𝗶𝗼𝗻 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗺𝗶𝗻𝗱 𝗼𝗳 𝗮 𝗽𝗿𝗼𝗳𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗼𝗿.” 🦁 The relationship and connection between Shane Breen and his incredible horse Haya is something special ❤️ #LGCT | #LGCTStockholm2023 pic.twitter.com/w3fhLwFCAv — Longines Global Champions Tour (@GCT_events) June 19, 2023

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“𝗚𝗢 𝗚𝗢 𝗚𝗢 𝗚𝗢 𝗚𝗢 𝗚𝗢!” 🤯🤯⁣ ⁣ Throwback to last year’s 2022 Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix won by Christian Ahlmann and his incredible horse, Dominator 2000 Z ⚡️ ⁣ ⁣ This is why we 𝗹𝗼𝘃𝗲 Show Jumping 😍⁣ ⁣ #LGCTStockholm2023 | #LGCT pic.twitter.com/BPGrfXOWHX — Longines Global Champions Tour (@GCT_events) June 17, 2023

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can i watch the longines global champions tour live in europe.

You can watch the Longines Global Champions Tour live in Europe on Eurosport.

What is the schedule for the Longines Global Champions Tour?

The Longines Global Champions Tour features 16 stages from March 2023 to November 2023. The final event, the Playoffs, will take place in Prague.

Which broadcasters cover the Longines Global Champions Tour?

The Longines Global Champions Tour is broadcast on Eurosport and the 7 Network.

How much prize money is involved in the Longines Global Champions Tour?

The Longines Global Champions Tour offers a total prize pool of $36 million.

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Longines Global Champions Tour Announces 2023 Calendar

The 16-stop tour includes a brand new destination - riesenbeck - and a significant increase in prize money..

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By: Longines Global Champions Tour Media | November 30, 2022

The countdown is on to the 2023 Longines Global Champions Tour & GCL season as the full calendar is revealed today.

With an extraordinary 2022 season wrapping up with the Prague Playoffs just a few short weeks ago, all eyes now turn to the buzzing 16 event 2023 season. With a brand new destination added to the thrilling mix of returning fan favourites, the excitement for the new season builds as the world’s most dynamic show jumping series launches huge new projects and innovations to keep the sport pushing forward in all areas including a significant increase in prize money.

The 2023 season will see the individual LGCT series and the GCL team championship race span continents from the Middle East to The Americas, to Asia and into the heart of Europe, cementing the circuit’s powerful global footprint.

Jan Tops, President and Founder of Longines Global Champions Tour and GCL said: “We are excited to announce our calendar for 2023 with 16 events around the world. We are delighted with the strong momentum LGCT and GCL continues to experience and every year we look forward to being able to bring our passionate fans a mix of exciting new locations and old favourites featuring some of the world’s greatest cities and iconic destinations.

We are committed as ever to growing our sport and attracting new audiences to show jumping and next year we can’t wait to show everyone our new plans to keep LGCT & GCL growing at a rapid and exciting pace.”

The 2023 LGCT and GCL Calendar:

Doha: 2 – 4 March Miami Beach: 12 – 15 April Mexico City: 20 – 23 April Madrid: 12 – 14 May Ramatuelle/Saint Tropez: 1 – 3 June Cannes: 8 – 10 June Stockholm: 16 – 18 June Paris: 23 – 24 June Monaco: 29 June – 1 July Riesenbeck: 21 – 23 July London: 10 – 13 August Valkenswaard: 18 – 20 August Rome: 15 – 17 September New York: 22 – 24 September Riyadh: 26 – 28 October (Finals) Prague: 16 – 19 November (Playoffs)

The opening leg in 2023 will take place in just over three months, from 2 – 4 March at the stunning AL SHAQAB in Qatar’s capital, Doha, where for the first time ever both GCL team rounds will be held on the same day. Stay tuned for the full reveal of the brand new LGCT & GCL weekend class format which is to be released soon.

The high-profile first event of the 2023 calendar, held at the world-class equestrian facility will ensure a dramatic kick-off to the new LGCT and GCL season. From the Middle East, the Tour heads straight to the Americas followed by a fantastic five months across Europe touching down in dynamic capital cities, beautiful Riviera destinations and Riesenbeck International will make an exciting debut on the tour before the grand finale in Riyadh.

Shanghai, China will not be part of the 2023 calendar but everyone is looking forward to its return to the series in 2024.

The race to the season championship will take horses, riders and spectators around the globe to 16 major cities and key locations. Riders will be battling to secure their golden ticket all season for a coveted spot in the ultimate individual showdown, the Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix at the GC Prague Playoffs. And motivation will be high among team owners, managers and riders to deliver maximum performance to put them in a strong position for the high-pressure knockout stages of the GCL Super Cup at the O2 Arena in Prague for the final event of the calendar.

Millions of fans followed the LGCT and GCL season throughout 2022 as sporting excellence reached new levels, with the world’s best riders and horses guaranteed at every event. Fans watched live at the venues or on GCTV live streaming and TV, as well as following all the excitement on social media. The series will aim to expand its audience further during 2023 focusing on digital and broadcast coverage around the world.

This year marked an important milestone for Longines as it extended its long-term partnership with the Longines Global Champions Tour to 2027, underscoring the success of this collaboration and the growing popularity of the equestrian sport. As Title Partner and Official Timekeeper, Longines will once again have a strong presence throughout the 2023 season and they will present elegant timepieces to recognise the great performances of every Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix and Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix winner.

In the upcoming weeks, the new GCL team line-ups will be revealed for the 2023 GCL championship as fans across the world get ready for the start of another epic season. All the action, including the GCL R1 & R2 and the LGCT Grand Prix, will be streamed live on GCTV at every event.

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Prague, Czech Republic – November 16, 2022 – The final event on the 2022 Global Champions Calendar has officially been declared open. With the GC Prague Playoffs kicking off tomorrow [17 November], the star athletes of the show jumping world are congregating in Prague, for the fourth edition of the Playoffs.

With the launch press conference hosted today at the impressive O2 arena, in the Czech capital and ‘city of a thousand spires’, the president of Longines Global Champions Tour & GCL, Jan Tops commented:  “This event is one of a kind – fierce competition, stunning shows and special effects, celebrating the top athletes in our sport.”

Excitement has been building all season for what the ultimate final show down with over  €8 million  in prize money on offer, kicking off with the GCL Super Cup Quarter Finals presented by Air Bank.

Mr Tops commented on the biggest event of the year:  “We are excited to watch the biggest event of the year with 14 qualifiers for the  €1.25 million Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix . And with over  €6 million  on offer for the teams during the  GCL Super Cup presented by Air Bank , this unique format where everyone starts from scratch means everything is to play for.”

The superstar equine athletes of the show jumping world have arrived and settled into the impressive venue ahead of the four-day competition. With the likes of reigning world champion  King Edward  of  Henrik von Eckermann (SWE),  Michael Pender’s  (IRL)two-time 2022 LGCT Grand Prix winning mount  HH Calais  and veteran of the podium,  Ludger Beerbaum’s (GER) Mila.

Reigning World Champion Henrik von Eckermann (SWE) commented on his desire to lift the LGCT Super Grand Prix trophy for a second year running:  “I have a lot of motivation and I would really like to have my name on that trophy again. My horse is in very good shape, he won the last Grand Prix he did.”

He added:  “I am really looking forward to Saturday, last year was an incredible evening with a great crowd, so yeah we are looking forward with Swedish people coming and cheering as well.”

Talking about the anticipation ahead of this week’s event Anna Kellnerová (CZE) said: “ The Prague Playoffs is like the Super Bowl, it’s a special week. The fans and the people who come here create such an amazing atmosphere and an amazing feeling when we enter the arena that it’s unlike any other race.

Every team that races here wants to not only make it to the finals, but to stand on the podium. It’s a very ambitious plan, but that’s what we’re here for, to do the best we can. And it’s a great benefit to be able to jump straight in on Friday. We all know that even if you can do well all season, then things can turn around. It’s just a new race and we have to approach it as if we don’t have those successes behind us.”

Source: Press Release from LGCT – Longines Global Champions Tour

Photo: © LGCT / Stefano Grasso

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Longines Global Champions Tour announces 16-stage calendar for 2023

The countdown is on to the 2023 Longines Global Champions Tour & GCL season as the full calendar is revealed today.

With an extraordinary 2022 season wrapping up with the Prague Playoffs just a few short weeks ago, all eyes now turn to the buzzing 16 event 2023 season. With a brand new destination added to the thrilling mix of returning fan favourites, the excitement for the new season builds as the world’s most dynamic show jumping series launches huge new projects and innovations to keep the sport pushing forward in all areas including a significant increase in prize money.

The 2023 season will see the individual LGCT series and the GCL team championship race span continents from the Middle East to The Americas, to Asia and into the heart of Europe, cementing the circuit’s powerful global footprint.

Jan Tops, President and Founder of Longines Global Champions Tour and GCL said: "We are excited to announce our calendar for 2023 with 16 events around the world. We are delighted with the strong momentum LGCT and GCL continues to experience and every year we look forward to being able to bring our passionate fans a mix of exciting new locations and old favourites featuring some of the world’s greatest cities and iconic destinations.

We are committed as ever to growing our sport and attracting new audiences to show jumping and next year we can't wait to show everyone our new plans to keep LGCT & GCL growing at a rapid and exciting pace."

The 2023 LGCT and GCL Calendar:

Doha: 2 - 4 March Miami Beach: 12 - 15 April Mexico City: 20 - 23 April Madrid: 12 - 14 May Ramatuelle/Saint Tropez: 1 - 3 June Cannes: 8 - 10 June Stockholm: 16 - 18 June Paris: 23 - 24 June Monaco: 29 June - 1 July Riesenbeck: 21 - 23 July London: 10 - 13 August Valkenswaard: 18 - 20 August Rome: 15 - 17 September New York: 22 - 24 September Riyadh: 26 - 28 October (Finals) Prague: 16 - 19 November (Playoffs)

The opening leg in 2023 will take place in just over three months, from 2 - 4 March at the stunning AL SHAQAB in Qatar's capital, Doha, where for the first time ever both GCL team rounds will be held on the same day. Stay tuned for the full reveal of the brand new LGCT & GCL weekend class format which is to be released soon.

The high-profile first event of the 2023 calendar, held at the world-class equestrian facility will ensure a dramatic kick-off to the new LGCT and GCL season. From the Middle East, the Tour heads straight to the Americas followed by a fantastic five months across Europe touching down in dynamic capital cities, beautiful Riviera destinations and Riesenbeck International will make an exciting debut on the tour before the grand finale in Riyadh.

Shanghai, China will not be part of the 2023 calendar but everyone is looking forward to its return to the series in 2024.

The race to the season championship will take horses, riders and spectators around the globe to 16 major cities and key locations. Riders will be battling to secure their golden ticket all season for a coveted spot in the ultimate individual showdown, the Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix at the GC Prague Playoffs. And motivation will be high among team owners, managers and riders to deliver maximum performance to put them in a strong position for the high-pressure knockout stages of the GCL Super Cup at the O2 Arena in Prague for the final event of the calendar.

Millions of fans followed the LGCT and GCL season throughout 2022 as sporting excellence reached new levels, with the world’s best riders and horses guaranteed at every event. Fans watched live at the venues or on GCTV live streaming and TV, as well as following all the excitement on social media. The series will aim to expand its audience further during 2023 focusing on digital and broadcast coverage around the world.

This year marked an important milestone for Longines as it extended its long-term partnership with the Longines Global Champions Tour to 2027, underscoring the success of this collaboration and the growing popularity of the equestrian sport. As Title Partner and Official Timekeeper, Longines will once again have a strong presence throughout the 2023 season and they will present elegant timepieces to recognise the great performances of every Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix and Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix winner.

In the upcoming weeks, the new GCL team line-ups will be revealed for the 2023 GCL championship as fans across the world get ready for the start of another epic season. All the action, including the GCL R1 & R2 and the LGCT Grand Prix, will be streamed live on GCTV at every event.

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NORTH BERWICK, Scotland – When his game was in a freefall and he dropped all the way to world No. 1,805, Matteo Manassero bounced between the Alps Tour and Challenge Tour as he tried to piece his game back together.

Today, he is eligible for majors again, will play for Italy in the upcoming Paris Olympics, and is 10th in the DP World Tour’s Race to Dubai Rankings – PGA TOUR Eligibility Ranking. If the season ended now, Manassero, 31, would earn a PGA TOUR card for 2025, affording him the luxury of playing the two biggest tours in the world simultaneously.

“There is such a long way to go still,” Manassero said with a laugh after shooting 63 to reach 10-under par, two behind leader Ludvig Åberg, at the Genesis Scottish Open on Friday. “But yeah, playing on both tours has been something I wanted to do since I nearly got my card for 2014-15, and it’s something I would like to do now.

“It’s an achievement that comes from an amazing season,” he continued, “and the guys that have done that step this year are doing well, so that proves a lot of things.”

Matthieu Pavon and Robert MacIntyre, each of whom got their PGA TOUR cards via the Race to Dubai Rankings, won this year’s Farmers Insurance Open and RBC Canadian Open, respectively.

Playing on the biggest stages once seemed like Manassero’s birthright. At 16, he finished T13 at the 2009 Open Championship at Turnberry, where he played the first two rounds alongside then-59-year-old Tom Watson. He made the cut at the 2010 Masters, was among the top 30 in the world, and racked up four DP World Tour victories.

Then, as quickly as he arrived, Manassero vanished, a prodigy overcome by doubt. One bad week led to the next, and soon he lost his DP World Tour status. He made big changes, he said, in 2019, and while the game was slow to come back to him, it did return. He won twice on the Challenge Tour last season, and in March broke a nearly 11-year win drought with his fifth DP World Tour victory at the Jonsson Workwear Open in South Africa.

“Lots of people were supportive,” Manassero said. “There is not that much that people outside can do. It comes from you wanting to change things and taking the decisions at the end. It’s not simple. Like, ‘Why are you playing bad?’ It’s a lot of things.”

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At one point, Manassero called Francesco Molinari, the ne plus ultra of Italian golf, to ask if he had any ideas on how to cobble his game back together.

“He’s kind of a younger brother to me,” Molinari said after a second-round 69 got him to 5-under overall at The Renaissance Club. “When he came out in 2016, we spent a lot of time together, and then we sort of went separate ways. I don’t know everything he went through, but it’s incredible to see him back hitting the shots and playing like he was before all the tough times.

“There was a time when he started going downhill and he was looking for a coach, and he asked me for my advice,” Molinari continued. “He rebuilt himself on his own and needs the credit.”

(Manassero works with Søren Hansen, the Dane who coaches Nicolai and Rasmus Højgaard.)

Cleaning up some of his first-round mistakes, Manassero carded eight birdies and just one bogey at The Renaissance Club on Friday. Now he’s got a chance to win for the second time this year.

He’s also back to playing majors again. Although he missed the cut at the U.S. Open at Pinehurst last month, more importantly, it was his first major start in nearly eight years. And he’s proud that his overall body of work this season – three top-10 finishes and his win – got him into next week’s Open Championship at Troon.

He’s no longer 16, but maybe that’s a good thing.

“It's much easier to put things in perspective after you've been through more difficult times,” he said. “… I know much more about me on the golf course, and I think I can handle myself a lot better, and enjoy more the good things that come, and be a little more prepared for the future.”

Cameron Morfit is a Staff Writer for the PGA TOUR. He has covered rodeo, arm-wrestling, and snowmobile hill climb in addition to a lot of golf. Follow Cameron Morfit on Twitter .

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2024 Open Championship viewer’s guide: TV schedule, streaming, how to watch, tee times

The 2024 Open Championship is the final major championship of the year.

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The 2024 Open Championship , the final men’s major of the year, gets underway this week at Royal Troon in Scotland. Here is our complete 2024 Open Championship viewer’s guide for the entire tournament, including full Open Championship TV and streaming schedules and complete Open Championship tee times for Rounds 1 and 2.

2024 Open Championship preview

After a long, exciting spring and summer of major championship golf, we’ve finally reached the end of the line with the Open Championship. This year’s host course, Royal Troon, was site to an epic duel between Phil Mickelson and Henrik Stenson in 2016, with Stenson lifting the Claret Jug on the 18th green .

Now, golf’s best have returned to South Ayrshire in Scotland, all hoping they’ll be the latest major winner.

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They include World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler , who won the Masters in April; Xander Schauffele , who captured his first major victory at the PGA; newly-minted U.S. Open winner Bryson DeChambeau ; and the man who fell to DeChambeau in sickening fashion, Rory McIlroy .

Golf fans who can’t make the trip to Scotland will be able to watch the entirety of this year’s Open Championship from home. USA and NBC will handle the TV broadcasts, and you can stream featured group coverage via Peacock .

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You can view full details about streaming the Open Championship online or watching the action on TV below, along with full tee times for the first and second rounds.

2024 Open Championship TV schedule (ET)

USA and NBC will air the 2024 Open Championship on TV. USA will carry the first and second rounds on Thursday and Friday, as well as early coverage on the weekend. NBC will carry the third and final rounds on Saturday and Sunday.

Here’s the full TV schedule for the week (ET):

Thursday, July 18: 4 a.m.-3 p.m. (USA) Friday, July 19: 4 a.m.-3 p.m. (USA) Saturday, July 20: 5-7 a.m. (USA); 7 a.m.-3 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, July 21: 4-7 a.m. (USA); 7 a.m.-2 p.m. (NBC)

2024 Open Championship streaming schedule (ET)

Peacock will be the primary streaming home for the 2024 Open Championship.

Here’s the complete Open Championship streaming schedule (ET):

THURSDAY, JULY 18 Early Round 1 Coverage: 1:30-4 a.m. ( Peacock ) Featured Groups, Hole: All day ( Peacock ) Late Round 1 Coverage: 3-4:15 p.m. ( Peacock )

FRIDAY, JULY 19 Early Round 2 Coverage: 1:30-4 a.m. ( Peacock ) Featured Groups, Hole: All day ( Peacock ) Late Round 2 Coverage: 3-4:15 p.m. ( Peacock )

SATURDAY, JULY 20 NBC Round 3 Coverage: 7 a.m.-3 p.m. ( Peacock ) Featured Groups, Hole: All day ( Peacock )

SUNDAY, JULY 21 NBC Round 4 Coverage: 7 a.m.-2 p.m. ( Peacock ) Featured Groups, Hole: All day ( Peacock )

2024 Open Championship Round 1 tee times (ET)

1:35 a.m. – Justin Leonard, Todd Hamilton, Jack McDonald 1:46 a.m. – Tom McKibbin, Alex Noren, Calum Scott (a) 1:57 a.m. – Jesper Svensson, Vincent Norrman, Michael Hendry 2:08 a.m. – Younghan Song, Daniel Hillier, Ryosuke Kinoshita 2:19 a.m. – Min Woo Lee, Ryo Hisatsune, Abraham Ancer 2:30 a.m. – Nicolai Hojgaard, Adam Scott, Keita Nakajima 2:41 a.m. – Francesco Molinari, Justin Rose, Jasper Stubbs (a) 2:52 a.m. – Justin Thomas, Sungjae Im, Matthew Southgate 3:03 a.m. – Nick Taylor, Matt Wallace, Laurie Canter 3:14 a.m. – Sebastian Soderberg, Matteo Manassero, Shubhankar Sharma 3:25 a.m. – Zach Johnson, Austin Eckroat, Thorbjorn Olesen 3:36 a.m. – John Daly, Santiago de la Fuente (a), Aaron Rai 3:47 a.m. – Stewart Cink, Chris Kirk, Dominic Clemons (a) 4:03 a.m. – Stephan Jaeger, Adam Schenk, Joaquin Niemann 4:14 a.m. – Adam Hadwin, Lucas Glover, Christiaan Bezuidenhout 4:25 a.m. – Tony Finau, Russell Henley, Matthieu Pavon 4:36 a.m. – Jon Rahm, Tommy Fleetwood, Robert MacIntyre 4:47 a.m. – Ludvig Åberg, Bryson DeChambeau, Tom Kim 4:58 a.m. – Brian Harman, Viktor Hovland, Sahith Theegala 5:09 a.m. – Rory McIlroy, Max Homa, Tyrrell Hatton 5:20 a.m. – Keegan Bradley, Will Zalatoris, Gordon Sargent (a) 5:31 a.m. – Harris English, Maverick McNealy, Alexander Bjork 5:42 a.m. – Guido Migliozzi, Sean Crocker, Tommy Morrison (a) 5:53 a.m. – David Puig, John Catlin, Guntaek Koh 6:04 a.m. – Thriston Lawrence, Daniel Bradbury, Elvis Smylie 6:15 a.m. – Nacho Elvira, Minkyu Kim, Darren Fichardt 6:26 a.m. – Mason Andersen, Masahiro Kawamura, Sam Hutsby 6:47 a.m. – Ewen Ferguson, Marcel Siem 6:58 a.m. – CT Pan, Romain Langasque, Yuto Katsuragawa 7:09 a.m. – Rikuya Hoshino, Angel Hidalgo, Richard Mansell 7:20 a.m. – Corey Conners, Ryan Fox, Jorge Campillo 7:31 a.m. – Ernie Els, Gary Woodland, Altin van der Merwe (a) 7:42 a.m. – Henrik Stenson, Rasmus Hojgaard, Jacob Skov Olesen (a) 7:53 a.m. – Louis Oosthuizen, Billy Horschel, Victor Perez 8:04 a.m. – Sepp Straka, Brendon Todd, Jordan Smith 8:15 a.m. – Denny McCarthy, Taylor Moore, Adrian Meronk 8:26 a.m. – Jason Day, Byeong Hun An, Rickie Fowler 8:37 a.m. – Alex Cejka, Eric Cole, Kurt Kitayama 8:48 a.m. – Darren Clarke, JT Poston, Dean Burmester 9:04 a.m. – Phil Mickelson, Joost Luiten, Dustin Johnson 9:15 a.m. – Padraig Harrington, Davis Thompson, Matthew Jordan 9:26 a.m. – Wyndham Clark, Hideki Matsuyama, Brooks Koepka 9:37 a.m. – Tiger Woods, Xander Schauffele, Patrick Cantlay 9:48 a.m. – Collin Morikawa, Sam Burns, Si Woo Kim 9:59 a.m. – Shane Lowry, Cameron Smith, Matt Fitzpatrick 10:10 a.m. – Jordan Spieth, Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Young 10:21 a.m. – Akshay Bhatia, Tom Hoge, Sami Valimaki 10:32 a.m. – Emiliano Grillo, Ben Griffin, Mackenzie Hughes 10:43 a.m. – Yannik Paul, Joe Dean, Andy Ogletree 10:54 a.m. – Ryan van Velzen, Charlie Lindh, Luis Masaveu (a) 11:05 a.m. – Kazuma Kobori, Jaime Montojo Fernandez (a), Liam Nolan (a) 11:16 a.m. – Daniel Brown, Denwit David Boriboonsub, Matthew Dodd-Berry (a) 11:27 a.m. – Jeunghun Wang, Aguri Iwasaki, Sam Horsfield

2024 Open Championship Round 2 Tee Times (ET)

1:35 a.m. – Ewen Ferguson, Marcel Siem 1:46 a.m. – CT Pan, Romain Langasque, Yuto Katsuragawa 1:57 a.m. – Rikuya Hoshino, Angel Hidalgo, Richard Mansell 2:08 a.m. – Corey Conners, Ryan Fox, Jorge Campillo 2:19 a.m. – Ernie Els, Gary Woodland, Altin van der Merwe (a) 2:30 a.m. – Henrik Stenson, Rasmus Hojgaard, Jacob Skov Olesen (a) 2:41 a.m. – Louis Oosthuizen, Billy Horschel, Victor Perez 2:52 a.m. – Sepp Straka, Brendon Todd, Jordan Smith 3:03 a.m. – Denny McCarthy, Taylor Moore, Adrian Meronk 3:14 a.m. – Jason Day, Byeong Hun An, Rickie Fowler 3:25 a.m. – Alex Cejka, Eric Cole, Kurt Kitayama 3:36 a.m. – Darren Clarke, JT Poston, Dean Burmester 3:47 a.m. – Phil Mickelson, Joost Luiten, Dustin Johnson 4:03 a.m. – Padraig Harrington, Davis Thompson, Matthew Jordan 4:14 a.m. – Wyndham Clark, Hideki Matsuyama, Brooks Koepka 4:25 a.m. – Tiger Woods, Xander Schauffele, Patrick Cantlay 4:36 a.m. – Collin Morikawa, Sam Burns, Si Woo Kim 4:47 a.m. – Shane Lowry, Cameron Smith, Matt Fitzpatrick 4:58 a.m. – Jordan Spieth, Scottie Scheffler, Cameron Young 5:09 a.m. – Akshay Bhatia, Tom Hoge, Sami Valimaki 5:20 a.m. – Emiliano Grillo, Ben Griffin, Mackenzie Hughes 5:31 a.m. – Yannik Paul, Joe Dean, Andy Ogletree 5:42 a.m. – Ryan van Velzen, Charlie Lindh, Luis Masaveu (a) 5:53 a.m. – Kazuma Kobori, Jaime Montojo Fernandez (a), Liam Nolan (a) 6:04 a.m. – Daniel Brown, Denwit David Boriboonsub, Matthew Dodd-Berry (a) 6:15 a.m. – Jeunghun Wang, Aguri Iwasaki, Sam Horsfield 6:26 a.m. – Justin Leonard, Todd Hamilton, Jack McDonald 6:47 a.m. – Tom McKibbin, Alex Noren, Calum Scott (a) 6:58 a.m. – Jesper Svensson, Vincent Norrman, Michael Hendry 7:09 a.m. – Younghan Song, Daniel Hillier, Ryosuke Kinoshita 7:20 a.m. – Min Woo Lee, Ryo Hisatsune, Abraham Ancer 7:31 a.m. – Nicolai Hojgaard, Adam Scott, Keita Nakajima 7:42 a.m. – Francesco Molinari, Justin Rose, Jasper Stubbs (a) 7:53 a.m. – Justin Thomas, Sungjae Im, Matthew Southgate 8:04 a.m. – Nick Taylor, Matt Wallace, Laurie Canter 8:15 a.m. – Sebastian Soderberg, Matteo Manassero, Shubhankar Sharma 8:26 a.m. – Zach Johnson, Austin Eckroat, Thorbjorn Olesen 8:37 a.m. – John Daly, Santiago de la Fuente (a), Aaron Rai 8:48 a.m. – Stewart Cink, Chris Kirk, Dominic Clemons (a) 9:04 a.m. – Stephan Jaeger, Adam Schenk, Joaquin Niemann 9:15 a.m. – Adam Hadwin, Lucas Glover, Christiaan Bezuidenhout 9:26 a.m. – Tony Finau, Russell Henley, Matthieu Pavon 9:37 a.m. – Jon Rahm, Tommy Fleetwood, Robert MacIntyre 9:48 a.m. – Ludvig Åberg, Bryson DeChambeau, Tom Kim 9:59 a.m. – Brian Harman, Viktor Hovland, Sahith Theegala 10:10 a.m. – Rory McIlroy, Max Homa, Tyrrell Hatton 10:21 a.m. – Keegan Bradley, Will Zalatoris, Gordon Sargent (a) 10:32 a.m. – Harris English, Maverick McNealy, Alexander Bjork 10:43 a.m. – Guido Migliozzi, Sean Crocker, Tommy Morrison (a) 10:54 a.m. – David Puig, John Catlin, Guntaek Koh 11:05 a.m. – Thriston Lawrence, Daniel Bradbury, Elvis Smylie 11:16 a.m. – Nacho Elvira, Minkyu Kim, Darren Fichardt 11:27 a.m. – Mason Andersen, Masahiro Kawamura, Sam Hutsby

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Ayaka Furue Takes Lead in Rolex ANNIKA Major Award Standings with Amundi Evian Championship Victory

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EVIAN-LES-BAINES, France (July 14, 2024) – In her 17th start of the 2024 Tour season, Ayaka Furue earned her maiden major championship victory at The Amundi Evian Championship and is now eligible to win the 2024 Rolex ANNIKA Major Award.

With her win at The Amundi Evian Championship, Furue earns 60 points in the 2024 Rolex ANNIKA Major Award standings to bring her total through the first four major championships on the LPGA Tour to 70. Furue first earned 10 points with her tie for sixth result at the U.S. Women’s Open presented by Ally. This year's other major champions - Nelly Korda (The Chevron Championship), Yuka Saso (U.S. Women’s Open presented by Ally) and Amy Yang (KPMG Women’s PGA Championship) - sit behind Furue in the standings in a tie for second (60 points) with one major remaining, the AIG Women’s Open.

Furue made an eagle on the 18th hole at Evian Resort Golf Club to shoot a final-round 65 and finish one shot ahead of 54-hole leader Stephanie Kyriacou. She earned her second LPGA Tour victory with her win at The Amundi Evian Championship and her first since the 2022 Women’s Scottish Open. The victory also makes her Japan’s fourth woman major champion, joining Chako Higuchi, Hinako Shibuno and Yuka Saso.

The Rolex ANNIKA Major Award recognizes the player who, during the current LPGA Tour season, has the most outstanding record in all five major championships. Points will be awarded at all five major championships to competitors who finish among the top 10 and ties. In order to earn the award by year’s end, a player must win at least one of the five major titles.

The winner of the Rolex ANNIKA Major Award will be announced following the conclusion of the AIG Women’s Open and will be honored in November at the Rolex LPGA Awards at the CME Group Tour Championship. 

The leaderboard through The Amundi Evian Championship is as follows:

The points structure for the  Rolex ANNIKA Major Award :

1st – 60 points; 2nd – 24 points; 3rd – 18 points; 4th – 14 points; 5th – 12 points; 6th – 10 points; 7th – 8 points; 8th – 6 points; 9th – 4 points; 10th – 2 points

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  3. Prague

    The magical Czech capital Prague, is one of the world's most beautiful cities and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is also known as "the City of a hundred spires". Following the fall of communism, in 1989 the iconic city of Prague was opened up to visitors from Europe and the rest of the world. Proving a very popular destination people have ...

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    Skvělá zpráva (nejenom) pro fanoušky parkurového sportu. Global Champions Prague Playoffs se vrátí do O 2 areny - organizátoři z Czech Equestrian Teamu podepsali se společností Global Champions smlouvu na další tři edice největšího svátku parkurového sportu. Fanoušci budou moct vidět světovou elitu na podzim roku 2025, 2027 a 2029.

  7. Global Champions Prague Playoffs

    The world's biggest showjumping event is coming to Prague! The best parkour riders and horses on earth, including world and Olympic champions, will perform at the O2 Arena. The Prague Playoffs is the culmination of the prestigious Longines Global Champions Tour and Global Champions League series. The programme will be enhanced by various horse and art shows.

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    Longines Global Champions Tour - the ultimate individual challenge. LGCT Super Grand Prix. The €1.25 million showdowns took place in front of a sell-out crowd at the O2 Arena in Prague with victory for Deusser greeted with a standing ovation after the German rider and his amazing gelding clinched victory. Latest from LGCT.

  9. Full schedule of events...

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    The grand finale of the calendar will take place at the O2 Arena in Prague, where the pressure will be at its peak. Spanning three continents, 13 countries, and 16 picturesque destinations, this thrilling journey encompasses two championship competitions: the individual-focused Longines Global Champions Tour and the team-based Longines Global Championship League.

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  15. Longines Global Champions Tour Announces 2023 Calendar

    The countdown is on to the 2023 Longines Global Champions Tour & GCL season as the full calendar is revealed today. With an extraordinary 2022 season wrapping up with the Prague Playoffs just a few short weeks ago, all eyes now turn to the buzzing 16 event 2023 season. With a brand new destination added to the thrilling mix of returning fan ...

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  17. Excitement Builds as 2022 GC Prague Playoffs Officially Declared Open

    Prague, Czech Republic - November 16, 2022 - The final event on the 2022 Global Champions Calendar has officially been declared open. With the GC Prague Playoffs kicking off tomorrow [17 November], the star athletes of the show jumping world are congregating in Prague, for the fourth edition of the Playoffs. With the launch press…

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    Longines Global Champions Tour announces 16-stage calendar for 2023. December 5. 2022. The countdown is on to the 2023 Longines Global Champions Tour & GCL season as the full calendar is revealed today. With an extraordinary 2022 season wrapping up with the Prague Playoffs just a few short weeks ago, all eyes now turn to the buzzing 16 event ...

  19. Longines Global Champions Tour announces 16-stage calendar for 2023

    T he countdown is on for the 2023 Longines Global Champions Tour and Global Champions League season as the full calendar was revealed yesterday.. The 2023-season will see the Longines Global Champions Tour and Global Champions League span continents from the Middle East to The Americas, to Asia and into the heart of Europe, with 16 events during the year.

  20. Global Champions Tour Prague

    The incredible Global Champions Playoffs will be staged in the magical Czech capital, Prague, one of the world's most beautiful cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, promising a week of unforgettable excitement for millions of equestrian fans worldwide.

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  24. The GC Prague Playoffs

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