In the dramatic competition devised by Charlotte Casiraghi, Honorary President of the GCT Monaco, 15 teams of amateur and professional riders joined forces for a fast and furious race to victory and a share of the first prize. Jaeger-LeCoultre was honored to be represented by United Arab Emirates leading rider Sheikh Shakhboot Bin Nahyan Al Nahyan. Charlotte Casiraghi, the patron of the show, competed in the Cup together with Edwina Tops-Alexander, a long-time friend of Jaeger-LeCoultre.
Princess Caroline of Monaco awarded the Jaeger-LeCoultre Pro-Am Cup champions, Masoni SpA team. Watched by His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, the Grand Prix produced great sporting drama and plenty of upsets with the best in the world being toppled by impressive newcomers to the GCT. French rider Kevin Staut polished off a fantastic victory in the Global Champions Tour of Monaco. Isabelle Gervais, Jaeger-LeCoultre International Public Relations Director, awarded the champion with the Grande Reverso Ultra Thin Tribute to 1931. Look out for the Global Champions Tour whose finals will take place in Abu Dhabi in November.
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