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FEI president opens seventh FEI sports forum - watch on replay 26 Mar 2018

FEI President Ingmar De Vos opened the seventh FEI Sports Forum in typically upbeat style, welcoming the almost 250 delegates to the FEI’s unique discussion platform: “Every year we use the Sports Forum platform to zoom in on specific topics so that we can make decisions as a c....

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Session 1: YOG 2018 and the future - WATCH ON REPLAY 26 Mar 2018

The IOC’s Antoine Goetschy presented on the Youth Olympic Games (YOG), talking about the importance of encouraging participating in sport and how central YOG is to that goal. It helps shape the future of sport. The individual International Federations have the opportunity to decide what discip....

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Session 2: Youth - WATCH ON REPLAY 26 Mar 2018

Youth was the focal point of the first day of the FEI Sports Forum, with a dynamic panel of eight successful youth athletes from around the world representing all disciplines debating a wide range of topics during three separate sessions. Led by moderator Catie Staszak (USA), the panel shared their ....

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Session 3: Athlete Welfare - Watch on replay 26 Mar 2018

FEI Legal Director Mikael Rentsch introduced the session on Athlete Welfare, talking about harassment and abuse and the recently released IOC toolkit. Guest speakers, Kirsty Burrows (GBR), Consultant on Athlete Safeguarding and Susan Greinig, IOC Medical Programmes Manager gave a clear definition of....

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Session 4: Eventing Risk Management - Watch on replay 27 Mar 2018

Eventing Risk ManagementDavid O’Connor (USA), FEI Bureau Member and Chair of the Eventing Committee, gave an update on the FEI’s Eventing Risk Management programme, presenting the updated 2017 statistics which show that numbers of competitions and numbers of starters have increased signi....

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Werth wins and Gal glitters as Dressage Final line-up is decided in Den Bosch 10 Mar 2018

by Louise Parkes With the biggest smile on her face that said it all as she strutted down the centreline for the final time, defending series champion, Germany’s Isabell Werth (48), nailed her fourth win of the season at the last qualifier of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2017/2018 We....

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In Memoriam: FEI pays tribute to visionary Irish entrepreneur Dr Pearse Lyons (IRL), 1944-2018 9 Mar 2018

Dr Pearse Lyons, the Irish-born entrepreneur and founder of the Alltech animal nutrition group, has died in Kentucky (USA) from complications following routine heart surgery. He was 73. Born in Dundalk, Co Louth, he initially started out in the brewing industry before applying his skills t....

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Henrik leads Western European cavalry-charge to Paris 7 Mar 2018

By Louise Parkes The top riders weren’t hanging about in the aftermath of the last Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2018 Western European League qualifier in Gothenburg (SWE). By last Friday, just five days after Henrik von Eckermann galloped to victory for the second year running at....

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Von Eckermann sets Swedish hearts racing and Whitaker qualifies for yet another Final at last Longines leg in Gothenburg 25 Feb 2018

by Louise Parkes It was freezing cold outside but the temperature in the Scandinavium Arena was near boiling point today when, for the second year in a row, Swedish superstar Henrik von Eckermann (36) and his brilliant mare, Mary Lou, galloped to victory in front of their home crowd at the last....

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Denmark’s Dufour destroys the opposition with sensational performance in Gothenburg 23 Feb 2018

by Louise Parkes Denmark’s Cathrine Dufour (26) and Atterupgaard’s Cassidy brought the Swedish crowd to their feet with a spectacular performance to win the eighth leg of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2017/2018 Western European League in Gothenburg (SWE) today. Yesterday the pai....

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