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Jumping Day 3

Team Competition

1. Netherlands 12.83

2. France 14.08

3. United States 16.72

4. Germany 16.82

5. Brazil 16.95

6. Sweden 20.01

7. Ireland 23.51

8. Canada 31.00

9. Ukraine 44.98

10. Colombia 46.86

 

Individual standings

1. Cortes 'C', Beezie Madden (USA) 0.16/0/0 0.16

2. Casall Ask, Rolf-Göran Bengtsson (SWE) 0.34/0/0 0.34

3. Tailormade Esperanza De Rebel, Sören Pedersen (DEN) 2.49/0/1 3.49

4. Orient Express HDC, Patrice Delaveau (FRA) 0.08/0/4 4.08

5. Status, Rodrigo Pessoa (BRA) 4.10/0/0 4.10

6. Conrad De Hus, Gregory Wathelet (BEL) 0.16/4/0 4.16

7. Flora De Mariposa, Pénélope Leprevost (FRA) 0.40/4/0 4.40

8. Cornet D'amour, Daniel Deusser (GER) 0.70/0/4 4.70

9. Glock's London N.O.P., Gerco Schröder (NED) 1.29/0/4 5.29

10. Codex One, Christian Ahlmann (GER) 1.32/4/0 5.32

 

Canadians

22. Showgirl, Yann Candele (CAN) 4.19/0/4 8.19

31. Zigali P S, Eric Lamaze (CAN) 1.96/4/5 10.96

36. Dixson, Ian Millar (CAN) 0.91/4/8 12.91

51. Verdi III, Tiffany Foster (CAN) 3.13/8/13/ 24.13

 

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Did you know ?

There was a scandal in driving at the 2010 WEG when Ijsbrand Chardon (NED), the eventual silver medal winner, was the victim of sabotage when his marathon competition carriage had its tires, seats and oil lines slashed.