Where to watch Longines Global Champions Tour of Madrid!
The Longines Global Champions Tour of Madrid is proud to announce its broadcast schedule for the highly anticipated fourth event of the season. Fans from all over the world will be able to tune in and watch as top riders compete for crucial championship points.
The broadcast schedule will include the following networks:
- Sport Expressen
- Nova Sport
- W Sport
- Channel 7+
Each network will air the event on different dates and times, so be sure to check your local listings to find out when you can catch the action.
The Longines Global Champions Tour of Madrid will take place this week from 12 - 14 May with the highlight events being the team series GCL of Madrid on Friday and the €500,000 Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Madrid . This is the fourth stop of the tour and riders will be competing for valuable points to secure their spot on the podium at the Finals in Riyadh later in the year.
"We are excited to be able to bring the Longines Global Champions Tour of Madrid to fans all around the world," said Jan Tops, Founder and President of the Longines Global Champions Tour. "Our broadcast partners are among the best in the business, and we are confident that they will provide excellent coverage of this exciting event."
Fans will be able to watch the best riders in the world compete for the LGCT & GCL championship titles, including Olympians and top-ranked riders in the world. The Longines Global Champions Tour of Madrid is one of the most prestigious events on the equestrian calendar and promises to be a thrilling spectacle for all who tune in.
Huge headline events will play out this weekend as GCL will see if home team Madrid In Motion of Miakel & Eric Van Der Vleuten and Eduardo Aznar can bring it home for the local fans. Eduardo Aznar has also placed 3rd and 2nd in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Madrid - is this the year he can come out on top?
It is make or break this weekend for Shanghai Swans as they currently sit the lowest rank in the GCL Championship they have ever been. Already 50 points behind Riesenbeck International powered by Kingsland with Christina Alhmann's injury in México City, it's all on Sam Hutton's shoulders now.
For more information about the Longines Global Champions Tour of Madrid, including the full schedule and broadcast information, please visit the link below.