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THE 10TH EDITION

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THE 10TH EDITION OF THE LONGINES GLOBAL CHAMPIONS TOUR - LONGINES PARIS EIFFEL JUMPING WILL BE HELD FROM JUNE 21 TO 23 ON THE BAGATELLE PLAYGROUND

“An exceptional place for an exceptional edition”

From June 21 to 23, 2024, the LONGINES GLOBAL CHAMPIONS TOUR-LONGINES PARIS EIFFEL JUMPING, the event founded by Virginie Coupérie-Eiffel, will celebrate its 10th edition on the Bagatelle playground, in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

 

This very high-level sporting event already aims to be a unique vintage edition. Near the Bois de Boulogne, it will be the very last sporting competition open to the public to be held in Paris before the Olympic Games. So to respond to the enthusiasm generated by this meeting which has become unmissable, the ticket office is open today!

This exceptional setting will give the anniversary edition a special flavor. The best riders and horses from around the world will compete in a friendly, rural setting, on an enlarged and comfortable track.

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From 2025, the LONGINES GLOBAL CHAMPIONS TOUR - LONGINES PARIS EIFFEL JUMPING will return to its birthplace, the Champ de Mars.

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3 DAYS OF SPECTACULAR COMPETITION WITH THE BEST ATHLETES AND HORSES IN THE WORLD

Over the years, the LONGINES GLOBAL CHAMPIONS TOUR-LONGINES PARIS EIFFEL JUMPING has established itself as the meeting place on the Parisian equestrian calendar: urban, sporting, glamorous, cultural, gastronomic and eco-responsible.

For its tenth anniversary, the prestigious stage of the LONGINES GLOBAL CHAMPIONS TOUR and the GCL will be an opportunity to look back on the highlights and emblematic personalities who marked previous years: Henrik von Eckermann, world number 1, Ben Maher or Pénélope Leprévost, Olympic champions, etc.

 

Journey to the heart of sport, culture and the French art of living.

The LONGINES GLOBAL CHAMPIONS TOUR-LONGINES PARIS EIFFEL JUMPING plans to welcome this year 30,000 visitors, 250 horses and riders from 22 different nationalities. The Olympic champions will compete there before their participation in the Games, the opening ceremony of which will take place a month later.

 

3 dates to remember and many highlights:

  • Friday June 21: The GCL 2 competitions at 1m55 and 1m60 followed by a unique show;

  • Saturday June 22: The Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix and its show;

  • Sunday June 23: Finals day with the Eiffel Challenge which will close the event in apotheosis.

 

This exceptional edition promises many surprises!

Discover our 2024 teaser!

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