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Monday, April 16, 2018

As it is Happened in Longines FEI World Cup Final 2018 Paris.

As it happens in Longines FEI World Cup Final 2018 Paris.





  The AccorHotels Arena in the center of Paris hosts the 2018 Longines World Cup Jumping Final.



American Beezie Madden is the 2018 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Champion with her stallion Breitling LS after an energizing peak to the opposition this Sunday in Paris. This is Madden's second World Cup triumph, Madden also won the FEI Longines World Cup in 2013 in Gothenburg with the now-resigned Simon.

American Ryan Stands the second position, Sweden’s von Eckermann takes third.

 McLain Ward (USA) and HH Azur are the 2017 Longines FEI World Cup Final Champions.





 Longines FEI World Cup Final 2018 Paris, Live updates, results, schedule, date & time, tv coverage info.






FEI Jumping World cup 2018 Schedule Winners-Losers and Results.




Thursday 12 April Results Competition day 1 - All about Speed.


43 Riders entered the show ring and show it out to each other and around the clock.


First Place Winners:  French rider Cédric Agnot - ( Tlalic M gelding Saxo de la Cour) - 55.47 Sec.
Second Place Runner-up:  Steve Guerdat  (Alamo - f. Ukato))  55.56 sec.
Third Place:  Patrice Delaveau  -  Aquila HDC (f. Ovidius) 55.82 Sec
Fourth Place:   Felicie Bertrand   -  (Sultane des Ibis)
Fifth Place:  Mark McAuley  -  (Vivaldi du Theil)





Friday, April 13th: All About Jumping-Off (Show Jumping) Results.


The second competition is held in a Table A jump-off format. All clear advance to the jump-off. Only the top 30 after the second competition proceed to Sunday’s final.

TIME: 7.30PM (Irish time)
WATCH: Live on FEI TV SUNDAY,


Jumping Final I -  Round 1
First Place Winners:    Elizabeth Madden (USA) Breitling LS  - 61.89 sec
 Runner-up:  Daniel Deusser   (GER) Cornet d'Amour  -  62.61 seconds
Third Place:    Devin Ryan (USA )  Eddie Blue   -   62.84 seconds
Fourth Place:   Marcus Ehning (GER) Cornado NRW   -   62.90 seconds
Fifth Place:   Henrik von Eckermann (SWE) Toveks Mary Lou  -    64.33 seconds (60.33)



Jumping Final II - Round 2.



First Place Winners:      Elizabeth Madden (USA)   Breitling LS  - 33.22 sec  
 Runner-up:    Harrie Smolders  (NED)   Emerald    -   33.44 sec
Third Place:   
   Henrik von Eckermann (SWE)   Toveks Mary Lou  -   33.92
Fourth Place:   Olivier Philippaerts (BEL)   H&M Legend of Love    -   35.19 sec
Fifth Place:     Kevin Staut  (FRA0 Silver Deux de Virton H D C   -    36.87 sec




APRIL 15TH: All about Clear Rounds Rewarded.


The top 30 riders will compete in Sunday’s final round over a 1.60m track. The top 20 (and all the clears if more than 20) after the first round will move on to the final round. It is consisting of two rounds over a Grand Prix course, 1.50m-1.60m in height.
 The final round will be jumped in reverse order.

TIME: 1PM (First round) 3.35PM   - (final round)
WATCH: FEI TV



First Place Winners:  E. Madden 
Second Place Runner-up:  D. Ryan 
Third Place:   Von Eckermann
  



Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final 2018 Final Standing & Prize Money.






 1 -  Elizabeth Madden (USA) -  4 - 67.31  =    £ 172, 500

2 -  Devin Ryan (USA)  -  6 -  67.50  =     £ 131, 250

3 -  Henrik von Eckermann (SWE) -  8  -  66.07   =     £ 78,750

4 -  McLain Ward (USA)   -  16  -  65.72   =     £ 60,000

5 -  Olivier Philippaerts (BEL)   -  16  -  66.49   =     £ 52500

6 -  Eduardo Alvarez Aznar (ESP)   -  16 -  66.68   =     £ 45, 000

7 -  Carlos Lopez (COL)   - 16  -  73.42    =     £  41, 250 

8 -  Daniel Duesser (GER)   -  18  -  68.45   =    £ 37, 500

9 -  Pieter Devos (BEL)   -  19  -   66.22   =      £ 33, 750

10 -  Steve Guerdat (SUI) 19/66.25.    =    £ 30, 000




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