CSIO Rotterdam: Imperial France, Switzerland 7th

CSIO Rotterdam: Imperial France, Switzerland 7th
CSIO Rotterdam: Imperial France, Switzerland 7th

Sluggish at the start of the season, then 2e in La Baule, France outclassed the competition by winning the final stage of the Nations League in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. With seven faultless rounds out of seven, the troops of Dutch coach Henk Nooren got the better of Sweden and Great Britain. Simon Delestre, who had to replace Cayman Jolly Jumper by I Amelusina RKevin Staut, back in business with Rusty VikingJulien Epaillard (Donatello d’Auge) – which has two interchangeable cracks – and Olivier Perraud (Dorai d’Aiguilly) made up the victorious team, which showed itself in its best light two months before its Olympic Games.

Absent from CSIO for two years, Malin Baryard-Johnsson (Indiana), preferred in the second round to Rolf-Göran Bengtsson despite his 4 pts in the first, deprived his teammates Henrik von Eckermann on King Edward and Peder Fredericson on Catch Me Not, leaping from the height of his 18 years, barrage. For Great Britain (4 pts), we will note the impeccable copies of Ben Maher (Point Break) and Harry Charles (Romeo 88). Belgium was also at 4 pts thanks to MM. Thomas and Devos, who raised his brilliant Casual DV Z. Despite their performances today, Great Britain and Belgium did not qualify for the final in Barcelona.

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