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Team Manager Senior : Peter Weinberg
Peter Weinberg, woonachtig te Aken, was jarenlang assistent-coach van de Duitse equipe onder leiding van Herbert Meier.
Hij maakte als ruiter gedurende 25 jaar deel uit van het Duitse A- en B-kader en vertegenwoordigde Duitsland op 40 landenwedstrijden. Hij zetelt ondermeer in de raad van bestuur van CHIO Aachen sinds 2006.
woonplaats : Duffel – Antwerpen
Cas de Liberté, ° 2006, Zangersheide, Cracky Z x Chellano Z
Eigenaar : Wim Malisart
Fokker : Lumasco NV
@ Henk Van Cauwenbergh
woonplaats : Meeuwen-Gruitrode – Limburg
H&M Chilli Willi, ° 2008, Holstein, Casall x Lord
Eigenaar : Team Philippaerts & Frans Lens
Fokker : Peter & Thorsten Diedrichsen
@ Henk Van Cauwenbergh
woonplaats : Bekkevoort – Vlaams Brabant
Espoir, ° 2004, BWP, Surcouf de Revel x Laudanum XX)
Eigenaar : Euro Equitation & Devos Stables
Fokker : Johan Lannoo
@ Henk Van Cauwenbergh
woonplaats : Grobbendonk – Antwerpen
Igor, ° 2008, BWP, Emerald van ’t Ruytershof x Nabab de Reve
Eigenaar : Euro Horse BVBA & Graziella Janssen
Fokker : Maarten Van Waes
@ Henk Van Cauwenbergh
Wathelet Gregory - 5°
woonplaats : Clavier- Liège
MJT Nevado S, Polski Zwiazek Hodowcow Koni, Calvados Z x Romualdo
Eigenaar : MJT Stanjnia Marceliwo SP Z.O.O.
Fokker : Stanislaw Szurik
@ Henk Van Cauwenbergh
1. FEI Kwalificatie
Start: 1 January 2017
End: 13 August 2018
Nominated entries: 13 August 2018
Definite entries: 10 September 2018
Minimum qualification criteria Article 305 QUALIFICATIONS
The Horses must be nine years old or more.
The Championship is limited to Athletes who have reached or will reach their 18th birthday during the year of the Championship.
3. CERTIFICATES OF CAPABILITY
Only those Athletes and Horses who are likely to be able to complete the Championship may be entered. NFs must send to the FEI a Certificate of Capability to this effect (see GRs). Athletes and Horses are not required to qualify as combinations.
This Certificate of Capability must include a record of the results obtained in Competitions satisfying the requirements as laid down in the Jumping Rules.
The procedure for qualification, laid down under JRs Annex VIII, must be strictly followed.
Upon arrival at the Championship, Chefs d'Equipe can exchange Athletes and Horses at will, whether originally qualified as combinations or not. After the first Championship Competition, no further changes are permitted.
Annex VIII Qualification Procedure for Olympic Games, World and Continental Jumping Championships
1. NFs must declare in writing to the FEI by a fixed date their intention to enter a team or individuals. Except for the Olympic Games Athletes and Horses are not required to qualify as combinations.
2. For the Olympic Games, Athletes/Horses must achieve the minimum eligibility requirements between 1 January of the year preceding the Olympic Games until the closing date for nominated entries, or a date established by the FEI. Refer to the FEI Regulations for Equestrian Events at Olympic Games for the qualification procedure for the Olympic Games.
3. For the World Championship Athletes/Horses must achieve the minimum eligibility requirements between 1 January of the year preceding the World Championship until the closing date for nominated entries, or a date established by the FEI. Those who achieve the results according to any of the following paragraphs will obtain a Certificate of Capability:
3.1. Athletes and Horses with a score of not more than eight penalties in the team Competition (first or second round) at the last European or World Championship or Pan American Games or Olympic Games or other Continental CH for Sen.
3.2. Athletes and Horses that have completed the third Competition at the last World Championship, or the individual Final at the last European Championship or Pan American Games or Olympic Games or other Continental Championship for Seniors.
3.3. Athletes and Horses with a Score of zero penalties in the first round of two FEI World Cup™ Competitions at selected outdoor CSI1*-W, CSI2*-W and CSI3*- W Events. Athletes and Horses that have completed the first round of an FEI World Cup™ Competition at a selected outdoor CSI4*-W Event with a Score of not more than four penalties. Athletes and Horses that have completed the first round of an FEI World Cup™ Competition at a selected outdoor CSI5*-W Event with a Score of not more than eight penalties.
3.4. Athletes and Horses with a Score of zero penalties in the first round of two Grand Prix Competitions at selected CSI3* outdoor Events.
3.5. Athletes and Horses with a Score of not more than four penalties in the first round of a Grand Prix Competition at a CSI4* outdoor Event.
3.6. Athletes and Horses with a Score of not more than eight penalties in the first round of a Grand Prix Competition at a CSI5* outdoor Event.
3.7. Athletes and Horses with a Score of not more than four Penalties in the first round or zero Penalties in the second round of a Nations Cup Competition at a selected CSIO3* or CSIO4* outdoor Event, or with a Score of not more than four Penalties in the first round of the Grand Prix Competition at the same Event (or in the first round of the FEI World Cup™ Competition if it is the Grand Prix at this Event), provided the courses of these Competitions are built according to the specifications set forth in paragraph 6 below. The course plans of these Competitions must be sent to the FEI for approval prior to the Event.
3.8. Athletes and Horses with a Score of not more than eight penalties in the first or second round of a Nations Cup Competition at a CSIO5* outdoor Event, or with a Score of not more than eight penalties in the first round of the Grand Prix Competition at the same Event (or in the first round of the FEI World Cup™ Competition if it is the Grand Prix at this Event).
5. For CSI and CSIO Events mentioned above, selection will be made from Events which take place from the 1 January the year preceding the Games or Championship until the closing date for nominated entries, or a date to be fixed by the FEI. A list of Events will be published by the FEI in the year preceding the Olympic Games or FEI Championship.
6. Selected Nations Cup, Grand Prix Competitions and FEI World Cup™ qualifying Competitions must meet the following specifications: consist of at least 12 obstacles which may vary in height between 1.40m and 1.60m. The spread obstacles must have spreads of between 1.50m to two metres (2.20m for the triple bar). At least two vertical obstacles must be provided with a minimum height of 1.60m. At Events where the Schedule indicates that the height of obstacles in a qualifying Competition, e.g. the Grand Prix at a CSI3*, is 1.50m, a special mention may be added to the Event Schedule that if the Competition is listed as a qualifying Competition for the Olympic Games, the World or Continental Championship, the compulsory two verticals at 1.60m will be included in the course without it being considered to have exceeded the dimensions listed in the Schedule.
7. NFs unable to send complete teams to any of the CSIOs will be allowed to enter individuals who will be allowed to compete “hors concours” in the Nations Cup Competition.
8. In exceptional circumstances, if an NF finds it impossible for its Athletes to qualify as above, it may request the FEI to send a foreign assessing delegate at the expense of the NF to assess the level of performance, at a special qualifying Competition; permission for a special qualifying Competition may be granted by the Jumping Committee. Special qualifying Competitions should be held at a CSI or a CSIO and must be run in accordance with the following FEI protocol.
9. At Nations Cup, FEI World Cup™ and Grand Prix Competitions at selected CSI/CSIO 3*/4*/5* Events the Foreign Judge is responsible for ensuring that the course is built to the required dimensions and will confirm in his report to the FEI that the minimum requirements for obtaining Certificates of Capability have been achieved.
10. Certificates of Capability must be received by the FEI for Athletes and Horses not later than the date fixed for nominated entries or date fixed by the FEI. Athletes and Horses for whom Certificates of Capability have not been received will not be allowed to start.
11. Any and all “hors concours” participation provided for directly or indirectly in the present Annex and/or in any special Rules of the Jumping Discipline are in compliance with the permissible exceptions as per Article 117.5 of the GRs.
12. The report of the assessing foreign delegate must be sent to the FEI Secretary General who in turn will send a copy to the Chair of the Jumping Committee. The NFs of the qualified Horses and Athletes will be informed by the FEI immediately after the qualification is given.
2. KBRSF Selectiecriteria
Resultaten van atleet en paard worden apart in aanmerking genomen. Het is dus niet verplicht om de minima als combinatie te behalen.
Start: 1 januari 2017
Einde: 13 augustus 2018
Atleet en paard dienen minstens het volgende resultaat te behalen:
1 x foutloos (hindernissen en tijd) in basisomloop of eerste ronde in een GP 4* of 5*
1 x 1 foutloze ronde (hindernissen en tijd) tijdens een Nations Cup competitie op een 4* of 5*
Alle combinaties dienen vormbehoud te tonen tijdens de laatste 6 weken voor de WEG in overleg met de team manager.