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2007 FEI European Jumping Championship

The 2007 FEI European Jumping Championship was the 29th edition of the European Show Jumping Championships. It was held at the MVV Riding Stadium in Mannheim, Germany from August 14 to August 19, 2007 for the second time following the 1997 championships. Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum of Germany won the individual jumping event, while the Netherlands won the team jumping event. Mannheim used the event as part of their 400th anniversary celebrations.

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Results

Medal table

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22x20px Germany

1 1 1 3
2

22x20px Netherlands

1 0 0 1
3

22x20px Belgium

0 1 0 1
4

Flag of United Kingdom Great Britain

0 0 1 1

Individual jumping

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Flag of Germany Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum on Shutterfly

Flag of Belgium Jos Lansink on Cavalor Cumano

Flag of Germany Ludger Beerbaum on Goldfever

Team jumping

Gold

Silver

Bronze

22x20px Netherlands---- Jeroen Dubbeldam on BMC Up and Down
Gerco Schröder on Eurocommerce Berlin
Vincent Voorn on Audi's Alpapillon-Armanie
Albert Zoer on Okidoki

22x20px Germany---- Christian Ahlmann on Cöster
Ludger Beerbaum on Goldfever
Marcus Ehning on Noltes Küchengirl
Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum on Shutterfly

Flag of United Kingdom Great Britain----

David McPherson on Pilgrim II
Ellen Whitaker on Locarno
John Whitaker on Peppermill
Michael Whitaker on Suncal Portofino

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