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World Championships Herning: Last results

by Jil Wiedemann
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The World Championships in Herning 2022 have come to an end. At the weekend, several medals were awarded, especially in show jumping and Para dressage.

It was once again exciting in Herning (Denmark). In the show jumping, the Swede Henrik von Eckermann and King Edward are the new World Champions. The pair remained without any jumping faults over five rounds. The silver medal went to the Belgian Jèrôme Guery with Quel Homme de Hus. Maikel von der Vleuten and Beauville Z won bronze.

The Swedish team was also in the lead in the team competition. The reigning Olympic champions with Henrik von Eckermann on King Edward (0 FP), Malin Baryard-Johnsson on H&M Indiana (4 FP), Jens Fredricson on Markan on Cosmopolit (0 FP) and Peder Fredricson on H&M All In (strike result with 12 FP) only allowed themselves one countable drop and ended with 7.69 points.

Silver went to the Netherlands, with six faults and a total of 19.31 points. The British (22.66), who benefited from the previously strong French team’s faults, finished in bronze. The latter had to settle for sixth place (26.44).

Moment of shock

The European Champion Andre Thieme caused a moment of shock. He fell off his horse DSP Chakaria at the third jump. It took the German a while to get up from the sand, meanwhile his mare galloped on without her rider. Fortunately, nothing happened to either of them. The German team then finished in fifth place behind the fourth-placed Irish (23.15).

Sweden, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Ireland and Germany have now joined host France in securing a team for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

Para Dressage

The World Championships concluded with the freestyle in Grade V. Belgium’s Michèle George took gold with Best of 8 (82.86%). The Dutch rider Frank Hosmar and Alphaville N.O.P. came in silver, and the British rider Sophie Wells and Donna Cara M took bronze.

Earlier, the Danish rider Katrine Kristensen won the gold medal in Grade II with the 14-year-old Quaterback son Goerklintgaards Quater and 80.354 %. The title in Grade IV went to Sanne Voets with Demantur RS2 N.O.P with 82.485 %. In Grade III Tobias Thorning Joergensen achieved the medal with Jolene Hill.

Source: Longines, news.de

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