Global Champions 2019: Schedule and results


(CNN)The 2019 Longines Global Champions Tour and Global Champions League take place in 20 cities across the globe.

From February's opener in Qatar to the November's Prague Playoffs, the world's best show jumpers will do battle for record-breaking prize funds.
Follow the progress of these prestigious competitions on CNN Sport below.


    Date: February 28 - March 2
    Location: Al Shaqab, Ar-Rayyan, Qatar.
    LGCT winner: Julien Epaillard
    LGCL winner: Shanghai Swans
    Julien Epaillard and Usual Suspect d'Auge race to victory in the jump-off.

    Mexico City

    Date: April 11-13
    Location: Campo Marte, Mexico City
    LGCT winner: Jerome Guery
    LGCL winner: Shanghai Swans
    Jerome Guery  and Quel Homme de Hus celebrate their first LGCT victory.


    Date: April 18-20
    Location: Miami Beach
    LGCT winner: Pieter Devos
    LGCL winner: Miami Celtics
    Belgium's Pieter Devos rode Claire Z to victory on Miami Beach.


    Date: May 3-5
    Location: China Art Palace, Shanghai, China
    LGCT winner: Danielle Goldstein
    LGCL winner: Monaco Aces
    Danielle Goldstein rode Lizziemary
to victory in Shanghai.


    Date: May 17-19
    Location: Club de Campo Villa de Madrid
    LGCT winner: Martin Fuchs
    LGCL winner: London Knights
    Martin Fuchs rode Chaplin to a double victory.


    Date: May 30 - June 1
    Location: Derby-Park Klein Flottbeck
    LGCT winner: Daniel Deusser
    LGCL winner: St. Tropez Pirates
    Daniel Deusser rode to victory on Killer Queen VDM.


    Date: June 6-8
    Location: Stade des Hespérides, Cannes
    LGCT winner: Neils Bruynseels
    LGCL winner: Madrid in Motion
    Niels Bruynseels and Gancia de Muze triumphed in Cannes.


    Date: June 14-16
    Location: Olympic Stadium
    LGCT winner: Peder Fredricson
    LGCL winner: London Knights
    Swede Peder Fredricson won on home soil in Stockholm.