Equestrian

Equestrian Beijing Olympics

The equestrian events will be held in Hong Kong. They consist of six events: Individual Dressage, Team Dressage, Individual Jumping, Team Jumping, Individual Eventing, Team Eventing

Venue: Sha Tin - Hong Kong

Eric Lamaze wins mixed equestrian jumping

Eric Lamaze from Canada has won the mixed equestrian jumping at the Beijing Olympics.
Rolf-Goran Bengtsson from Sweden won the silver medal and Beezie Madden from the United States won the bronze medal.

9 years ago

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The horses competing in the equestrian at the Beijing Olympics have become embroiled in a drug scandal.
Four horses have tested positive for the illegal drug capsaicin. Coster from Germany, Chupa Cup from Brazil, Camiro from Norway and Latinus from Ireland were the horses named in the scandal.
Norway could lose its bronze [...]

A typhoon which is approaching southern China may interrupt the equestrian show jumping final to be held this evening.
“We will consider issuing the strong wind signal number three as the typhoon is expected to come very close to Hong Kong tonight and tomorrow morning. We also expect to see a heavy downpour later today,” [...]

Anky van Grunsven from the Netherlands has won the gold medal in individual dressage.
Isabell Werth from Germany won the silver medal and the bronze was won by Heike Kemmer also from Gemany.

The United States has won the gold in jumping team, equestrian. Silver went to Canada and bronze to Norway.
United States
KRAUT Laura - CEDRIC
MADDEN Beezie - AUTHENTIC
SIMPSON Will CARLSSON - VOM DACH
WARD Mclain - SAPPHIRE
Canada
CONE Mac - OLE
HENSELWOOD Jill - SPECIAL ED
LAMAZE Eric - HICKSTEAD
MILLAR Ian - IN STYLE
Norway
DJUPVIK [...]

Germany has won the gold medal in the dressage team event with a score of 72.916.
Silver went to Netherlands with a score of 71.750 and bronze to Denmark with a score of 68.875.

Hinrich Romeike of Germany, riding Marius, won gold in Eventing Individual. Hinrich received no penalty points during the Jumping final and finished with a score of 54.20. Gina Miles of the United States won the silver on 56.10 points. Kristina Cook of Great Britain, won bronze on 57.40 points.