The magic of CSIO Barcelona 2019
Jessica Álvarez and Talía Puey of la Llotja have won the design contest "A jump for te city" with “Art Decò”, an elegant, minimalist, colorful project based on the magic fountain of Barcelona and the Venetian towers that frame the avenue that extends to it.
This is the official CSIO Barcelona 2019 poster
A little more than five months before the start of the CSIO Barcelona 2019, the oldest international sports competition in Spain, the organization of the competition presented its new official poster in the framework of the Barcelona Polo Challenge Negrita Cup celebration.
Hyundai and the Real Club de Polo de Barcelona close a sponsorship agreement
The automotive brand has been linked to the Real Club de Polo de Barcelona through a sponsorship contract that turns the Korean brand into the Institutional Partner of the centenary Barcelonian club.
La Llotja, Escola Superior de Disseny i Art, creates the new jump for Barcelona
The pupils of la Llotja have already set to work to create the new "Salto para Barcelona" that will be part of the CSIO Barcelona 2019 courses.
The Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Final stays in Barcelona!
CSIO Barcelona will continue to host the next three Longines FEI Jumping Nations CupTM Finals
Belgium wins the Longines FEI Nations Cup
The Belgian team has been proclaimed winner of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup Final, the most important equestrian team competition of the year, in an exciting final that has taken place this afternoon on the Olympic rack of the Real Club de Polo de Barcelona.
Dutch domain at the Caixabank Trophy
Victory for Frank Schuttert and second place for Maikel van der Vleuten
Germany wins the Longines Challenge Cup
United States team has finished second, Brazil has been third and Sapin forth.
Jessica Springsteen wins the Queen’s Cup-Segura Viudas Trophy
The American amazon has been the fastest of the jump-off after belgian Neils Bruynseels' elimination.
Austria and Italy dominate the qualifying round of the Longines Nations Cup Final
Sweden, Belgium, Holland, Italy, France and Switzerland will accompany them in the final on Sunday. The favourites Germany and United States have remained out.