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Entertainment Nations Price Series due to sponsor change

09:26  01 december  2021
09:26  01 december  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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reduces the most important series for national teams of the show jumpers will exist only from six stations in the coming year. The previous stage in the French La Baule eliminates 2022, because the organizer has changed the main sponsor according to own information.

Der Nations Cup der FEI. © Jim Hollander / EPA / DPA of Nations Cup The FEI.

In recent years, the Chio in Aachen and the traditional tournament in Rome from the Nations Cup were already excreted because of the same problem. The World Association FEI is sponsored by Longines while Aachen, Rome and now also La Baule put on Rolex.

"We now only have four stations where we can start," said national coach Otto Becker. "That makes it even more complicated for us." The Nations Cup starts in the coming year on the first weekend weekend in St. Gallen.

In the 2021 season, there were only four stations of the Nations Price Series because of the effects of the Corona Pandemic. The year before the Nations Cup fell completely failed. Before that were eight stages of the standard for the Europe Division 1.

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