Department Updates 

6 Mar 2018
Eventing Risk Management (NSO) Seminar, Lausanne (SUI), 27 - 28 January 2018

The report and annexes of the 2018 Eventing Risk Management Seminar have been published under Eventing / Risk Management

6 Mar 2018
Eventing Statistics Report 2006-2017

The Eventing Statistics Report 2006 – 2017 has been finalized.

It is published on the FEI website under Eventing / Risk Management
 

5 Mar 2018
Driving- 2018 WEG Test Event in Tryon

 

The schedule for the Driving Test Event in Tryon NC on the 19-22 April 2018 of the FEI World Equestrian Games is now published on our website on the following link

21 Feb 2018
Endurance - 2018 WEG Test Event

The schedule for the Endurance Test Event in Tryon NC on the 27-28 April 2018 of the FEI World Equestrian Games is now published on our website on the following Link

12 Feb 2018
MIM Instruction Videos

The following video instructions for the MIM devices have been published under http://inside.fei.org/fei/disc/eventing/risk-management/devices

- Introduction on MIM system
- Oxer and Post & Rail
- Gate & Wall
- Table

The instructions for Corner fences will be available at a later stage.

12 Feb 2018
Eventing Meetings - January & February 2018

Eventing’s “quiet” season has been anything but quiet this year, and the past few weeks have seen a series of key meetings focusing on important aspects of the sport.

- Warendorf (GER) hosted a four-day workshop in mid-January at which 40 senior experienced Eventing judges focused on Eventing Dressage. The objective was to reach consensus on Dressage judging parameters for the discipline (...)

- This was followed by the Eventing Risk Management seminar, which was held in the Olympic Museum in Lausanne (SUI) on 27 and 28 January. National Safety Officers and National Federation representatives from 23 countries attended (...)

- The Risk Management Steering Group met immediately afterwards to review the recommendations made at the NSO seminar and formulate proposals that will go forward to the Eventing Committee (...)

- The series of meetings concluded with a two-day seminar on Conformity in Eventing (2 and 3 February), designed to streamline themes and discussions that course directors will implement in order to have consistency of information on all FEI Eventing courses

Full text is available here:

31 Jan 2018
Vision Impairment (VI) Classification Opportunity in 2018

In preparation for a Vision Impairment (VI) Classification opportunity in 2018, please let us know of any athletes with either new or review status who will require a VI Classification in 2018. The location and date of this classification event are not yet confirmed and will be dependent on the athletes requiring classification.                                                               

Please forward this to the person in charge of Para-Equestrian in your Federation.

Questions can be addressed to Chloe Harty.

 

31 Jan 2018
FEI Classification Management - Reminder!

Hereafter you can find the process to make a FEI Classification request that has not changed since its implementation in January 2017. Please forward this to the person in charge of Para-Equestrian in your Federation.

1. New athletes requiring FEI Classification for the first time -  must apply through their NF to the FEI by completing the FEI Classification Request Form

The Classification request must be made by the athlete’s NF and include:

  • The FEI Classification Request Form, completed legibly and in English;
  • FEI Consent for Classification Form completed in full and signed by the athlete;
  • FEI Certificate of Diagnosis completed in full and signed by the athlete and by a medical doctor. Any additional medical documentation that demonstrates the athlete’s impairment should be included.  All documentation provided must be in English and forms must be signed by all concerned parties.

The Classification request must be received by the FEI at least six (6) weeks before the next international competition where the athlete intends to compete.

The Organising Committee for the international competition where the athlete will be evaluated will charge a non-refundable fee of 40 EUR or equivalent at the time of entry.

2. Athletes who are FEI classified and listed on the FEI Classification Master List with a status of Review (R)

  • If a fixed review date is listed on the Master List, athletes should be reviewed at a competition as close as practicable to the date listed;
  • If no fixed review date, the athlete should be reviewed at the next opportunity;
  • In both of the above, the NF should ensure the organiser of the competition is aware the athlete needs review. The chief classifier for the competition will schedule a time for the athlete to be reviewed;
  • The athlete and the NF do not need to contact the FEI or submit any documentation prior to the review. In some instances and only if required, the chief classifier may request further medical documentation from the athlete to assist in allocating a grade after the review.

3. Athletes listed on the FEI Classification Master List with a status of confirmed or review with a fixed review date requesting a review because their impairment and activity limitations are no longer consistent with their current grade must apply through their NF to the FEI by completing a medical review request form.

  • A medical review request is to be submitted if: An athlete’s relevant impairment or activity limitation has become less severe, either through medical intervention or other means. Examples of such interventions include, but are not limited to: botox injections to reduce hypertonia or to increase the active range of movement, tendon releases, joint fixations to assist posture/stability, or corrective eye surgery; or if an athlete’s impairment is progressive and has deteriorated to an extent that the athlete most likely does not fit his/ her current grade (sport class) anymore.

Making a Medical Review Request   

The medical review request must be made by the athlete’s NF and include:

  • this medical review request form, completed legibly and in English;
  • attached medical documentation that demonstrates that the athlete’s impairment changed after the last athlete evaluation the athlete attended; and the medical review request must be received by the FEI at least 6 weeks before the next international competition where the athlete intends to compete.
  • the Organising Committee for the international competition where the athlete will be evaluated will charge a non-refundable fee of 40 EUR or equivalent at the time of entry.

All necessary information and relevant forms can be found published here and all request must be sent to the FEI HQ.

2 Jan 2018
EVENTING - 2017 World Eventing Athlete Rankings and Zone Rankings

Final FEI World Eventing Athlete Rankings 2017 - Final Rankings

  1. Michael Jung (GER)
  2. Tim Price (NZL)
  3. Gemma Tattersall (GBR)
  4. Phillip Dutton (USA)
  5. Andrew Nicholson (NZL)

The Eventing Zone Rankings have been updated and are available on the following webpage, click here.

 
2017 Leaders of the Eventing Zone Rankings:
 
North Western Europe: Michael Jung (GER)
South Western Europe: Karin Donckers (BEL)
Central and eastern Europe, Central Asia:  Albert Khalikov (RUS)
North America: Phillip Dutton (USA)
Central and South America: Marcelo Tosi (BRA)
Africa and Middle East: Victoria Scott (RSA)
South East Asia and Oceania: Tim Price (NZL)
 
Note: Eventing Zone Rankings are processed once a year and take into account results obtained between 1 January and 31 December 2017.

 

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