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Team Corum won the 15th Corum Snow Polo World Cup in Kitzbühel after three days of amazing competition. The team composed of Patrick Maleitzke, Philip Sommer and Lukas Sdrenka won by a superior 12.5-6 margin. Before the final, the CEO of Corum, David Traxler was quietly confident and had his complete trust in his team. Team Corum was accompanied on the winning path by a goal difference of plus 20.5, which should be among the best results ever achieved in Kitzbühel (10-2 / 7-1 / 12.5-6).

Davide Traxler mentioned “This is our first time in Kitzbühel and I am proud to associate Corum with this major event which is also a great platform for us as we share an identical target group of customers. It has been three extraordinary days and Corum is not only proud to support this fabulous sport but also this impressive team. We look forward to 2018.”

The 15th snow polo world cup was held in Kitzbühel from Thursday 12th January until Sunday 15th January and for the first time, Corum was the main sponsor of the competition. The event is regarded as the world’s largest polo tournament on snow and shines with action-packed equestrian and elegant ambiance.

More than 400 guests were present each day and Corum welcomed some of its most important international clients to discover three days of adrenaline, speed and elegance. The winning team was also awarded a Corum Bubble Luminova timepiece each.

Acknowledged both for the aesthetic appeal of its models and for its technical excellence, Corum has contributed to perpetuating the time-honored values and expertise of fine watchmaking. Since 1955, Corum has adopted creativity and boldness as its guiding principles. It is pursuing the path traced by the founders, more loyal than ever to the iconic collections, while enriching them with a powerful modern touch bearing the hallmark of innovation and technical breakthroughs.

The continuity and the longevity of its collections are not mere words at Corum: the Admiral’s Cup has been sailing the oceans for 50 years, while the Bridges collection has been making its mark on watchmaking history for over 30 years. History is definitely in the making at Corum.