The Longines EEF Series Circuit is hosting a CSIO3 * in Drams, Norway this weekend, and Brazil won the Nations Cup. Led by Marlon Modolo Sanotelli, who played the role of team leader and opener, the country easily won the event, which was rated at 1.45m. In the first round, the first three pairs clearly lined up, allowing their fourth member, Joao Victor Castro, to defend his horse. Belgium, Denmark, Ireland and Norway all drew 0-0 in the first quarter. But in all of these countries, Brazil retained the course with two new clear rounds, with Victor Mariano Luminati and Thiago Ribas da Costa, while Marlon Modolo Sanotelli was once awarded a point penalty. Brazil, with just one point, took the top spot on the podium. Ireland and Belgium finished second and third on the podium, respectively. With a total of four points from two games, it was the clock that decided them.
Note that France did not field a team in this event.
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