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Vaulting Day 4

Pas-de-Deux Final

 

1. Jasmin Lindner / Lukas Wacha (AUT) 9.059

2. Pia Engelberty / Torben Jacobs (GER) 8.605

3. Joanne Eccles / Hannah Eccles (GBR) 8.575

4. Gera Marie Grün / Justin Van Gerven (GER) 8.497

5. Cassidy Palmer / Kimberly Palmer (USA) 8.150

6. Evelyn Freund / Stefanie Millinger (AUT) 8.000

7. Mary Garrett / Kristian Roberts (USA) 7.886

8. Brooke Boyd / Todd Griffiths (CAN) 7.674

9. Carola Sneekes / Esther Sneekes (NED) 7.429

10. Angelique Van Der Sluijs / Jeanine Van Der Sluijs (CAN) 6.904

 

Individual Female Final

 

1. Joanne Eccles (GBR) 8.718

2. Anna Cavallaro (ITA) 8.452

3. Simone Jäiser (SUI) 8.433

4. Rikke Laumann (DEN) 8.418

5. Mary Mccormick (USA) 8.112

6. Kristina Boe (GER) 8.104

7. Corinna Knauf (GER) 8.009

8. Anne-Sophie Musset (FRA) 7.993

9. Hannah Eccles (GBR) 7.818

10. Elizabeth Ioannou (USA) 7.795

 

Individual Male Final

 

1. Jacques Ferrari (FRA) 8.629

2. Nicolas Andreani (FRA) 8.498

3. Erik Oese (GER) 8.483

4. Thomas Brüsewitz (GER) 8.256

5. Viktor Brüsewitz (GER) 8.132

6. Lambert Leclezio (MRI) 8.079

7. Vincent Haennel (FRA) 7.980

8. Adam Lukac (SVK) 7.795

9. Lukas Heppler (SUI) 7.583

10. Lukas Wacha (AUT) 7.518

 

Squad Final

 

1. Germany 8.724

2. Switzerland 8.503

3. France 8.315

4. Austria 7.874

5. Sweden 7.869

6. Italy 7.694

7. United States 7.356

8. South Africa 7.319

9. New Zealand 7.266

10. Canada 7.256

 

 

 

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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.