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December 6, 2021

Longines (French: Longines) is the name of a Swiss luxury watchmaker company founded in 1832 by August Augis in St. Amyke, Switzerland. Longin is one of the world's first watchmakers, and its winged hourglass logo is the oldest registered watch brand in the world. The most famous model of this watch is Aviators, which was first designed for the famous American aviator Charles Lindbergh and its production has continued until now. Longjin was selected as the timer of the first World Olympic Games in 1896. The company is currently a subsidiary of the Swatch Group. Among the company's collaborations in the field of sports are the construction of the first device to display the exact time of crossing the finish line in equestrian sport in 1952, the automatic and wireless timing system for the Swiss Gymnastics Federation in 1912, the official watchmaker of the Ski World Cup. Alpine 2007-2006, official sponsor of the French Tennis Championships since 2007, the Kremlin Cup and the Japan Championships since 2009, sponsored by Andre Agassi, the former No. 1 tennis player in the world, and announced his support for progressive athletes in addition to the 31st Olympics He noted the timing of the Tour de France.

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