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Six riders will compete in jump- off for individual titles

Maikel van der Vleuten
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Six riders will compete in jump- off for individual titles

Riders bring their ‘A game’ to the individual jumping finals, hungry for individual glory. Six riders will compete in a jump –off for a spot on the podium.

U.S. show jumper Kent Farrington is among six riders to complete double clear rounds in Friday’s Show Jumping Finals. Farrington, Nick Skelton ( GBR), defending champion Steve Guerdat (SUI), Sheikh Ali Al Thani ( QAT),  Peder Fredricson ( SWE) and Eric Lamaze ( CAN) will compete in a Battle Royale jump off to claim a spot on the podium.

Riders will be required to jump a shortened track with in the fastest time possible without accumulating any penalty points. The rider with the least amount of faults and fastest clear will claim gold, the next best score silver, and bronze will follow.
 

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