2009 Goteborg FEI Rolex World Cup Qualifier – Results

Svante-Johansson-Saint-Amour

None of the big names made it to the jump off at Gothenburg – another reason why the showjumping sport is the toughest and greatest. Even the big guys can have a bad day. This sport can bring you down to earth so quickly.

A win for the home town boy Svante Johansson (SWE) on Saint Amour! Results follow:

1) Svante Johansson (SWE), Saint Amour, 0-0/35.29 sec.

2) Thomas Velin (DEN), Godsend du Reverdy, 0-0/36.23 sec

3) Rolf-Göran Bengtsson (SWE), Quintero la Silla, 0-4/36.93 sec

4) Alvaro Miranda Neto (BRA), Ad Picolien Zendenrust, 0-8/35.16 sec

5) Michael Whitaker (GBR), Portofino, 1/76.29 sec

6) Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum (GER), Shutterfly, 4/71.74 sec

7) Albert Zoer (NED), Okidoki, 4/72.04 sec

8) Gerco Schröder (NED), Eurocommerce Pennsylvania, 4/72.44 sec

9) Ludo Philippaerts (BEL), Cavalor’s Winningmood, 4/72.67 sec

10) Jessica Kürten (IRE), Castle Forbe’s Libertina, 4/72.86 sec

 

Standings after 12 of 13 competitions:

1) Gerco Schröder (NED), 78

2) Albert Zoer (NED), 60

3) Edwina Alexander (AUS), 57

4) Thomas Velin (DEN), 56

5) Steve Guerdat (SUI), 51

6) Ludo Philippaerts (BEL), 49

6) Rodrigo Pessoa (BRA), 49

8) Jos Lansink (BEL), 48

8) Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum (GER), 48 (already qualified)

10) Jessica Kürten (IRE), 47

10) Lars Nieberg (GER), 47

10) Marcus Ehning (GER), 47

13) Rutherford Latham (ESP), 46

14) Daniel Etter (SUI), 45

14) Mikael Forsten (FIN), 45

14) Helena Lundbäck (SWE), 45

17) Ben Maher (GBR), 43

18) Marco Kutscher (GER) 41

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