Swiss show jumpers in the top ten finals

Swiss show jumpers in the top ten finals

Riding – The Swiss show jumping team faces a qualifying hurdle in Tokyo without any problems. Martin Fuchs, Brian Balsiger and Steve Gourdat finished fourth in the final.

After the performances on Friday, Switzerland (10 penalty points), Sweden (0), Belgium and Germany (4 each) are among the nearest medal contenders. The first ten matches on Saturday will start again from zero.

Newcomer Brian Balsiger convinced a clean ride in the saddle of the Twenty Twos des Bitches. He was under a lot of pressure as a teammate with world numbers 2 (Fuchs) and 3 (Gourdat), especially since he had not been used personally and had to wait a long time for a serious fight. “I’m really happy with this round. I’m very happy,” said Newchett, who raised his fist after the ride.

Clooney’s saddle Martin Fuchs kept the team calm as a starting rider. He consciously admitted the one-time mistake. Vernard de Cerici, along with Steve Gourdat in the final rider, also fell two poles. However, it was enough to reach the Swiss final without a problem.

The abolition resulted in the abolition, among others, of Ireland, which was one of the vast circles of favorites, and hosted the destruction of Japan. In 19 countries, four out of three did not get through the course.

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