Christian Ahlmann wins the 9th leg of the FEI World Cup in Leipzig (GER)…

Christian and Taloubet Z

Christian and Taloubet Z

Well, the enthusiastic German crowd certainly got quite a show yesterday for the 9th leg of the Western European World Cup series held in Eastern Germany. The world number one ranking rider proved his worth yet again when he finished first, ahead of a very competitive field in Leipzig. A total of 40 top-combinations consumed the start list, with nine of the top ten riders in the World Rankings in attendance. The only top-ten ranked rider not in attendance was Nick Skelton, so with the likes of Pius Schwizer, Steve Guerdat, Rolf-Goran Bengtsson, Edwina Tops-Alexander and Kevin Staut warming up, we knew it would be a tight competition from start to finish.

Olivier Philippaerts (BEL)

Olivier Philippaerts (BEL)

Belgium’s much-talked about Olivier Philippaerts was first in the ring with his grey stallion Cabrio van de Heffinck. The proven combination made the technical track look very smooth, coming out with only 4 faults. Their single fence fault “was more of a reflection of his growing partnership with Cabrio van de Heffinck than an indication of the difficulty of the track” said Louise Parkes of FEI. Cabrio’s scopey stride and elastic nature proved well suited for the track, so any rider’s looking for an early giveaway on the course’s difficulties would have to wait a little longer.

The first clear came with Sweden’s Jens Fredricson aboard the aptly-named Lunatic and shortly after, seventh on the start list, 24 year old Dutch Silver medalist Maikel van der Vlueten would also join the list for the jump off with his Olympic stallion VDL Groep Verdi. Maikel attacked the course head on, with the same confidence this young superstar shows at every event. In case you didn’t know, Maikel was the youngest rider to grace the Olympic podium last summer in London. You wouldn’t guess the young Dutchman is as young as he is, when speaking to him he displays a clear and quite-confidence that exudes older years and yet, Maikel will turn only 25 years old next month.

Marcus Ehning and Plot Blue, who was the oldest horse of the competition at 16 years young, jumped an exceptional round for the home crowd but had an unfortunate 4 faults. Next in for Sweden, was Malin Baryard-Johnsson with the adorable H&M Tornesch. A frustrating time fault would keep this competitive duo from joining the jump off. The same fate would wait for Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum and the talented Bella Donna, who also jumped a picture perfect round but suffered a single time fault at the end.

Luciana Diniz (POR) and Lennox

Luciana Diniz (POR) and Lennox

Luciana Diniz and Lennox, winners of last week’s first CSI5* event of the year, executed a strong clear for Portugal while Edwina Tops-Alexander and her 9 year old Belgian-bred gelding Ego van Orti gave the 1.60 track plenty of room. I know Edwina would have been very happy with that round, mentioning before the course walk, that she had hoped to jump Ego a bit more during the 4 days in Leipzig as to manage the young gelding’s blood but alas, the combination tackled the track very well. Serving up yet another top World Cup finish for the leading lady rider.

After Edwina and Ego, clear rounds followed in quick succession with Switzerland’s Pius Schwizer, Germany’s Christian Ahlmann, Dutchman Marc Houtzager, Ireland’s Denis Lynch, Dutchman Gerco Schroder and France’s Kevin Staut.

Pius Schwizer was faster with 40.56 seconds

Pius Schwizer was faster with 40.56 seconds

With the Western European series moving into the final stages, all but three further qualifiers remains, the battle for a qualifying spot at the Final in Gothenburg, Sweden in April is intensifying with every round and yesterday was no exception. With a ten horse jump-off, the Leipzig World Cup winner would have to fight for the title.

A hopeful Jens Fredricson and Lunatic started things off for Sweden, as the first combination in the jump off. Fredricson made it all the way to the third element of the former triple combination before earning a fault. Dutchman Maikel van der Vleuten was only one fence from home when VDL Groep Verdi gave it a slight rub. Unfortunately for Portugal’s Luciana Diniz, Lennox touched two rails to earn a score of 8 faults, leaving everything wide open for the remaining seven riders.

Edwina, winner of the sixth leg in Geneva with the lovely Itot du Chateau, issued out the first fault free round with a moderate time of 41.21 seconds. Switzerland’s Pius Schwizer followed suit, picking up the pace only slightly, with a time of 40.56 seconds.

Christian Ahlmann, currently ranked number one in the world, made a breath-taking turn to fence three that gave Taloubet Z only two strides on approach. The number one ranked rider, who was not fashioning his Rolex armband, attacked the course from start to finish. Taloubet Z, ears forward, handled the pace with ease, stopping the clock at an amazing 36.45 seconds. The time was sure to put the pressure on the remaining four riders. Would Christian win for a second year in a row?

Marc Houtzager and Tamino Z, winners of the World Cup event in London Olympia before Christmas, had two down while Ireland’s Denis Lynch and Abbervail van het Dingeshof handled the quick pace well. Denis’ time was strong enough to put him into second place, despite being more than two seconds off the pace with his big bodied gelding.

Marc’s Olympic team mate Gerco Schroder was also clear but slightly cautious with a time of 39.53 seconds with his kind-hearted stallion London. Last to go was Frenchman Kevin Staut, who is currently second on the World cup standings under Sergio Alvarez Moya.  The number one ranked Frenchman set his pace early, aboard his trusty grey mare, Silvana HDC.

Kevin was last to go but unfortunatley got dislodged at the 3rd fence

Kevin was last to go but unfortunately got dislodged at the 3rd fence

The mare, who crushed the opposition in the thrilling fifth leg at Stuttgart, Germany in November, was looking strong enough to catch Taloubet Z. Unfortunately, Kevin took a wide turn back to fence three and, arriving on awkward distance, Silvana reached out and paddled through the red poles before accidentally dislodging Kevin. Luckily, the Frenchman landed on his feet and made a quick but smooth exit. (Both horse and rider were fine).

It was all over! Christian had won for the home crowd of 9,000 spectators and ensured his second World Cup win in a row in Leipzig, Germany. A perfect way for Taloubet Z to end his winter season, the stallion now goes to stud for a few months, before returning to work later in the spring.

“For sure, he was in great shape today, he was amazing in the first round”, said Ahlmann. “He gave me such a super feeling, so I tried to take all the risks in the jump-off because of that. In Mechelen we were placed (10th) and I took him to Basel last week but we had a bad Grand Prix so it is great to finish the season in such good shape!” he added.

Referring to Taloubet’s extraordinary record of success at this show in Leipzig, Christian said “it’s a super, super show, everything is perfect for the riders and the horses and Taloubet always goes unbelievably well here!”  The world’s number one rider plans to compete at Zurich next Sunday, “I will probably ride Codex there” he pointed out, but he is unsure what horse he will take to the Rolex FEI World Cup Jumping Final in Gothenburg, Sweden in April.  “Maybe Taloubet will be ready again, who knows, we will wait and see!” he concluded.

Well done Christian and his team for this wonderful win! See you in Zurich!

Results….

1, Taloubet Z (Christian Ahlmann) GER 0/0 35.45; 2, Abbervail van het Dingeshof (Denis Lynch) IRL 0/0 38.65; 3, London (Gerco Schroder) NED 0/0 39.53; 4, Picsou du Chene (Pius Schwizer) SUI 0/0 40.56; 5, Ego van Orti (Edwina Tops-Alexander) AUS 0/0 41.21; 6, Lunatic (Jens Fredricson) SWE 0/4 38.48; 7, VDL Groep Verdi (Maikel van der Vleuten) NED 0/4 39.29; 8, Sterrehof’s Tamino (Marc Houtzager) NED 0/8 38.92; 9, Lennox (Luciana Diniz) POR 0/8 40.34; 10, Silvana HDC (Kevin Staut) FRA 0/Elim.

 

Rolex FEI World Cup Jumping 2012/2013 – Standings after Round 9 at Leipzig (GER):

1. Sergio Alvarez Moya ESP  – 75

2. Kevin Staut FRA – 69

3. Pius Schwizer SUI – 59

4. Christian Ahlmann GER – 57

5. Jens Fredricson SWE – 48

6. Denis Lynch IRL – 41

7. Luciana Diniz POR – 41

8. Marcus Ehning GER – 40

9. Roger-Yves Bost FRA – 39

10. Malin Baryard-Johnsson SWE – 38

11.  Edwina Tops-Alexander AUS – 36

12. Jeroen Dubbeldam NED – 35

13. Marc Houtzager NED – 34

14. Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum GER – 34

15. Maikel van der Vleuten NED – 33

16. Penelope Leprevost FRA – 33

17. Steve Guerdat SUI – 30

18. Gerco Schroder NED – 26

Eurocommerce Passports confiscated again….

Well it seems that Rabobank has once again confiscated the Eurocommerce passports. The bank has laid a hard line this time with Ger Visser and his property development firm; Eurocommerce Holdings regarding the movement of the horses.

On behalf of Mr. Visser, his junior lawyer Luc Schelstraete responded to the the recent confiscation by saying, “To our surprise we heard of Rabobank that the passports are repealed. They no longer wanted to participate in the earlier agreement that the cavalry could retrieve them for competitions.”

According Schelstraete, the bank has stipulated certain terms “but these are things which we can not agree.”

The measures have also been applied to Ben Schröder, Wout-Jan van der Schans, Albert Voorn and Leon Kuipers who have Eurocommerce horses within their program. Olympian Gerco Schröder is currently with the two-time silver-medal awarded stallion London for the Oi Athina Onassis Horse show hosted by Alvaro de Miranda (aka Doda) in Rio de Janeiro. According to inside sources the passports for Eurcommerce London and Eurocommerce Callahan will be confiscated upon their return from Brazil.

According to Property Investor Europe, Colliers International has been appointed by a consortium of six Dutch banks to auction the real estate portfolio of the bankrupt Dutch investor Eurocommerce, consisting of 44 office buildings with a total floor space of 270,000 sq.m.

Spread across the whole of the Netherlands, the portfolio includes the 25,000-seat football stadium of Arnhem-based Dutch premiere league football club Vitesse Arnhem. The GelreDome will also be auctioned on behalf of the banking consortium. Colliers Amsterdam auction specialist Henk Dopheide, who is managing the process together with Colliers Partner Jacques Kwak, commented;

“This auction will be one of the largest property auctions the Netherlands has ever seen.”
It is still unknown whether the Eurocommerce horses will be included in an auction in the near future. It has been suggested that the banks have allowed the horses to continue competing in order to maintain their net worth to ensure the maximum price paid if an auction should occur.

However, this recent confiscation comes as a surprise to many and questions have been raised as to whether Eurocommerce Holdings and the Dutch banks involved are really coming to some compromises or whether this case may drag on for some time.

Latest details on Eurocommerce case….

Well Gerco arrived in Vienna Austria earlier this week with two of his top notches; Callahan and London.

The two horses are maintaining their active show schedule, despite clear tension at home. Scheduled to compete this week in Vienna, Gerco, this years Silver medalist, holds his head high despite the obvious frustrations of Eurocommerce Holdings legal dispute with Rabobank.

Set to compete in Rio de Janeiro and Abu Dhabi over the next two months, Gerco clearly intends on keeping his horses actively competing. Gerco has been a dominant force on the GCT circuit this year, winning a total of € 117,040 and placing himself 17th on the GCT rankings.

However, despite Gerco’s wishes to stay actively in contention for each GCT event, unfortunately the talented Dutchman is not the only one who has a say.

Gerco must meet with officials from Rabobank every Monday of every week to discuss the schedule of his horses and the possibility of competing. Rabobank as made their presence very known in the Dutchman’s stables and intend on maintaining a strong presence of control through out the legal proceedings.

It is very evident that Gerco must discuss every movement of these horses with designated officials of Rabobank. Not quite the silver-lining this year’s two-time silver medalist had in mind when he considered post-Olympic success.

The acclaimed Dutchman stands to lose quite a lot depending on the outcome of the Eurocommerce legal case involving famous Dutch property mogul Ger Visser. Gerco has actively shown and competed a total of twenty Eurocommerce affiliated horses on the Global Champions Tour alone.

  1. Eurcommerce Acapulco
  2. Eurcommerce Seattle
  3. Eurocommerce Baltimore
  4. Eurocommerce Berlin
  5. Eurocommerce California
  6. Eurocommerce Callahan
  7. Eurocommerce London
  8. Eurocommerce Miami
  9. Eurocommerce Milano
  10. Eurocommerce Monaco
  11. Eurocommerce New Orleans
  12. Eurocommerce Pennsylvania
  13. Eurocommerce Pittsburg
  14. Eurocommerce Sacramento
  15. Eurocommerce Seattle
  16. Eurocommerce Singapore
  17. Eurocommerce Tokyo
  18. Eurocommerce Vancouver
  19. Eurocommerce Ventimiglia
  20. Eurocommerce Vigaro

It seems that Mr. Schroder will have to fare with these Bank officials a little longer, as sources suggest this legal battle between Eurocommerce Holdings, Ger Visser and his creditors will not be over any time soon.

Despite recent reports, Gerco is in Lausanne…

Zutphen, the Netherlands

At the court in Zutphen, Rabobank led a blockade regarding the top horses of Stal Eurocommerce.

Olympic silver winner Gerco Schröder was apparently not attending the Global Champions Tour in Lausanne this weekend with his Olympic mount London. For Tubbergenaar’s Gerco Schröder this was a bitter pill to swallow because it was previously agreed last weekend that Schröder would be allowed to attend the GCT event in Switzerland.

Rabobank’s reasons were that no guarantee could be given on the claim to the horse passports. Rabobank therefore fears that the top horses could be sold for considerable money and Rabobank, as a creditor in the bankruptcy of Project EuroCommerce, would have access to none of the received funds.

Rabobank suggests that the properties of Stal Eurocommerce and by extension GEVI International BV Lochem fall under the bankruptcy of Eurocommerce. Rabobank has no confidence in the former director and owner Ger Visher Sr. of Eurocommerce.

Ger Visser has personal assets of approximately EUR 150 million, that can be guaranteed. The real estate conglomerate EuroCommerce in Deventer has a total debt of 650 million euros.

Visser Sr. owned Stal Eurocommerce, until late last year, before he handed it over to GEVI International BV, a company owned and run by his son Ger Fisher Jr.

This transfer of ownership and the subsequent recent transfers of the horses to a BV by the daughter of Visser Sr. are currently being disputed by Rabobank.
A compromise proposal was suggested where the horse passports were to go to BWG Stables to stay for the length of the legal battle, however this proposal was rejected by Rabobank because Gerco Schröder is an employee of GEVI International BV and business partner in BWG Stables. BWG is owned and run by the three brothers William, Ben and Gerco Schröder in Tubbergen, Holland.
Rabobank has taken a hard approach because of their confidence in the Visser Family and the Royal Dutch Equestrian Sports Association (KNHS) could not ensure that the equine passports could be blocked from transfer.

However, according to reports from Lausanne, Gerco is at the Global Champions Tour event in Switzerland with London and Callahan.

More to come!!!

Source: Almelo Nieuws

More Eurocommerce case details….

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Translation…

The banks are owed hundreds of millions by Eurocommerce from Deventer. However, according to the first curator, a part of that money will likely not be returned.

“Nine banks and the municipality of Almere have jointly lent 695 million euro to Eurocommere. The chance that they fully recover that amount is small. The sale of the 59 offices of the company will probably not be more than 400 million euro. Rabobank will bear the brunt, the bank has made some progress for a total of nearly EUR 300 million.

Also, the other millions of liable private owner Ger Visser have been privately recovered. Visser would – in spite of the business financial problems – be good for EUR 145 million in private capital. Twelve Ferrari’s and a Ford Thunderbird have been seized. They also have creditors hunting on the stables of Eurocommerce. Different top horses of Stal Eurocommerce were sold shortly before the bankruptcy, to the son of Ger Visser. Ger de Visser was also involved in an investigation of the FIOD starting in July. He is suspected of forgery and embezzlement of a number of banks. The head offices in Deventer of Eurocommerce have been seized. Visser was reported by Rabobank and SNS. According to sources in the bank world ‘strange things’ have recently been discovered, such as standard leases which are incorrect. The banks lent tens of millions to the company on the basis of false information.

Eurocommerce developed procedures for many years for their own account and risk premises and office buildings. As soon as a building was rented out, it was sold. But in the course of the years the supply of office space was larger than the demand and was resting. In 2011, in combination with the European banks crisis, Eurocommerce was in serious problems. Due to the many unoccupied spaces, there was too little rent within current cost and maintenance, interest and the repayment of loans to pay. Obtaining new loans was becoming increasingly difficult. The company continued with more and more buildings which caused the debt to increase. In their report, the receivers that also ‘the way of doing business of Eurcommerce reportedly met more and more resistance in the market’. 

It was in early 2012 that bankruptcy was looking likely, suggests the receivers. Eurocommerce could no longer fulfill commitments which are confiscated in January on a large number of office buildings. In February, a number of premises were seized. Meanwhile the banks were less willing to finance further to Eurcommerce. The bankruptcy petition of construction company Wessels from Rijssen retrieved nationwide press, but at the last moment it withdrew. A second file for bankruptcy of BT The Netherlands also occured. Eurocommerce officially was declared bankrupt in August.”

Source: RTV Oost

Eurocommerce case update…..

Translation…

ZUTPHEN – “Olympic top-horse London may jump two matches in Germany and Switzerland. Rabobank temporarily returned the passports of the horses of Stal Eurocommerce. Both parties agreed on Thursday, during a brief court proceedings in the Zutphen. Rabobank, creditor in the bankruptcy of Eurocommerce, took 19 equine passports earlier this month from the Stal Eurocommerce. The bank is afraid that the valuable animals might ‘disappear’.  Without passports the horses may not compete.

Gerco Schröder and Annelies Vosselmans World-class show jumpers in the Olympic Games in London silver and bronze became with horses from the Barn Eurocommerce, temporarily the decision on the passports for animals of five horses. The integrity of these horsemen is not in question, thus both parties.

The riders can now attend an international competition. With the agreement to the Dutch and international bond, with the condition that the passports only be used with the consent of the barn and the bank of changing ownership, all passports have been released.

End of 2011, the horses went to the son of the director of Eurocommerce. In July of this year the property business went bankrupt. The receivers are of the opinion that, by transferring the horses, the creditors are at a disadvantage. The parties (horses) represent an estimated value of a few millions of euros. The bankruptcy of Eurocommerce threaten creditors almost EUR 700 million in losses.

 

Source: de Sentor

The Final Rounds of London 2012….

Well it’s all over….. Yesterday was an unbelievable day and its rather bittersweet that it is finished. A new Olympic Champion will now reign for the next 4 years and a whole new playing field is set for 2014’s World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France.

We saw some Olympic debut’s such as Daniel Bluman (COL) who rode unbelievable through out the four days of competition. Finishing his second round yesterday, he displayed a similar response to the loud cheers of the crowd, as his coach and mentor, Eric Lamaze did with Hickstead… pointing to the young 9 year old mare and giving her all the credit. Regardless of who you credit in that combination, both her and the 22 year old jockey displayed incredible composure and an unbelievable about of potential through out the week. Finishing the first of the Final Rounds with only 4 faults and qualifying for the Final Round B.

It was an Olympics of many debuts with riders such as Julia Hargreaves from Australia, Reed Kessler from the USA, Tiffany Foster from Canada and of course, Scott Brash who hails from Scotland. All these young riders made their Olympic debut’s last week well under the age of 30.

Scott Brash, at only 26 years of age, was the coolest customer on the field. I think he is our modern day “iceman.”

A huge credit to Mexico’s Alberto Michan, who rode an incredibly impressive two rounds yesterday with his mare Rosalia La Silla. The 33 year-old jinete de caballo hails from Mexico City and left quite the impression as finished with a mere 4 faults over the very two rounds.

Not bad for a jockey who is ranked 199 on the FEI Rolex World Rankings….

Talking to Ireland’s Denis Lynch during Final Round A, it was clear that Olympic course designer Bob Ellis, set the course big and wide to ensure an Olympic-sized challenge for the riders. The course proved too difficult for some and 15 riders were eliminated after Final Round A. In fact, Eric Lamaze was the only rider of Beijing’s Olympic medalists to qualify for the Final day of the Individual competition and despite his greatest of efforts, the course just proved too difficult for the young and inexperienced Derly Chin de Muze. Now, I may be biased but I thought it was real tribute to Eric’s abilities and the mare’s spirit, for them to make it as far as they did. If you can believe, Derly and Eric really only had 5 months to prepare for the games whereas combinations such as Nick Skelton and Big Star have had 4 years.

Also amongst those to fall out of the first of the two Final Rounds was France’s Kevin Staut and Silvana, America’s McLain Ward and Antares, Germany’s Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum and Bella Donna and Belgium’s Jos Lansink and Valentina van d’Heike. An unfortunate end for Maikel Van der Vlueten and Verdi who retired only 3 fences into the course. It was clear the young stallion was uncomfortable and the 5 days clearly had taken their toll.

Verdi was not the only one to feel the strains of competition. A disappointing morning for 2008 Silver medalist, Rolf Goran Bengtsson. The #1 FEI Rolex ranked rider’s mount Casall did not pass the jog yesterday morning and was deemed unfit to compete. Infact, if Rolf’s horse hadn’t failed the vet assessment, Cian would never have gotten into the Final Individual round and would never have had the opportunity to win his Bronze medal.

That’s show jumping for you….

These horses jump 5 rounds in total, not including the warm up class on Friday and the Jump-off yesterday. So needless to say, it’s a lot of work to get to the Final Rounds and even then, Cian O’Connor’s Blue Loyd and Gerco Schroder’s London jumped an additional jump-off for Silver and Bronze to bring their horses total number of efforts to 6.

I spoke with Chris King and the well-known Bernard Le Courtois after the conclusion of the medal ceremony and they were so kind to share some of their observations with me. Bernard Le Courtois was invited by the France Haras as one of its administrators to represent the French breeders. He is the Vice President of Selle Francais and President of the ASEP (Association of private Stallion owners) in France. He owns such horses as Katchina Mail and Jaguar Mail and has been a part of Penelope Leprevost’s career from the beginning. So needless to say he is a strong advocate for French breeding. It was clear from the results, they said, that our sport is evolving and the ‘types’ we are seeing in the top 10 are the horses with enough blood and a smaller frame, to get them though those five or six exhausting efforts.

Bernard was explaining to me how dominant the French lines are in modern day show jumping. Many stallions who are born and registered in such countries as Belgium or Holland are in fact full of French lines. A great example is the famous Nabab De Reve, the famous Belgian stallion who was named Horse of the Year in Belgium in 2002 was in fact French on both the Sire’s side and the Dam’s side. His sire was Quidam de Revel and his Dam was Melodie en Fa (who is by Artichaut).

I am slowly learning more about breeding over here and who better to educate me then Bernard Le Courtois.

In fact, looking at the field yesterday, there was more French blood in the top 5 then anything else. We all know that the famous Itot du Chateau, ridden by Edwina Tops-Alexander, is French bred but looking at the final horses in the top of the order, I was surprised. In fact, Nino des Buissonnets, ‘the’ Individual Gold medal mount, is French bred. Gerco Schroder’s mount and silver medalist, London, is by the very Nabab de Revel. In addition, Olivier Guillon’s gelding, Lord de Theize, is rather appropriately Selle Francais.

In fact, according to Bernard, out of 37 horses in the Individual Olympic final, 21 were either Selle Francais or out of Selle Francais stallion. If you were to look at the breeding papers in the Olympic registery, you would see Alme, Cor de la Bryere  and Furioso 2. Five of the horses are from Galoubet; three of which were by his son Quick Star. There were five from Quidam of which three were by his son Nabab. It’s pretty amazing, over 50% of the horses competing in yesterday Final were of French influence. That is an incredible tribute to French breeding!!

To top it off, one of ‘the’ horses of the Olympics Games, Noblesse de Tesse ridden by Kamal Bahamdan (KSA), is Selle Francais. This horse, was without a doubt, the horse of the Olympics in my opinion. They may not have won a medal but this little mare made an Olympic impression on every equestrian viewer around the world. She jumped absolutely incredible and if she isn’t the perfect representation of French breeding, then I don’t know what is.

And the Olympic Gold medal goes to….

Gold Medal

 Switzerland SUI

Steve Guerdat

Rk Rider Horse
1 0 faults Switzerland GUERDAT Steve NINO DES BUISSONNETS
2 1 fault Netherlands SCHRODER Gerco LONDON
3 1 fault Ireland O’CONNOR Cian BLUE LOYD 12
4 2 faults Saudi Arabia BAHAMDAN Kamal NOBLESSE DES TESS
=5 2 faults Mexico MICHAN Alberto ROSALIA LA SILLA
=5 4 faults Great Britain BRASH Scott HELLO SANCTOS
=5 4 faults Great Britain SKELTON Nick BIG STAR
8 5 faults United States of America FELLERS Rich FLEXIBLE
=9 8 faults Canada MILLAR Ian STAR POWER
=9 8 faults Great Britain MAHER Ben TRIPPLE X
=9 8 faults Netherlands HOUTZAGER Marc TAMINO
=12 9 faults Ukraine RIVETTI Cassio TEMPLE ROAD
=12 9 faults Brazil AFFONSO de MIRANDA NETO Alvaro RAHMANNSHOF’S BOGENO
=12 9 faults Switzerland SCHWIZER Pius CARLINA IV
=12 9 faults France GUILLON Olivier LORD DE THEIZE
=12 9 faults Germany EHNING Marcus PLOT BLUE
=17 10 faults Switzerland ESTERMANN Paul CASTLEFIELD ECLIPSE
=17 10 faults Portugal DINIZ Luciana LENNOX
19 12 faults France DELESTRE Simon NAPOLI DU RY
=20 13 faults Colombia BLUMAN Daniel SANCHA
=20 13 faults Australia TOPS-ALEXANDER Edwina ITOT DU CHATEAU
22 17 faults Brazil PESSOA Rodrigo REBOZO