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2009 FEI Nations Cup Promotional League

The 2009 FEI Nations Cup Promotional League is the 2009 edition of the secondary international team Grand Prix show jumping competition run by the FEI. It is the follower of the (old) Nations Cup series. France won the (old) Nations Cup in the previous year. Sweden having been relegated from the 2008 Super League. because of new rules Sweden also start in the 2009 Meydan FEI Nations Cup.

Canada waived its right to participate in the 2009 Meydan FEI Nations Cup, so also Italy have been promoted to the 2009 Meydan FEI Nations Cup.

2009 is the first FEI Nations Cup Promotional League season with a Final. It was located at the CSIO Barcelona, in Barcelona, Spain, the location of the Samsung Super League Finals (2003 to 2008).

Contents

Promotional League Europe

Team

Points

Total

BEL
Flag of Belgium
DEN
Flag of Denmark
AUT
Flag of Austria
POR
Flag of Portugal
ROU
Flag of Romania
BUL
Flag of Bulgaria
NOR
Flag of Norway
POL
Flag of Poland
FIN
Flag of Finland
ESP
Flag of Spain
SVK
Flag of Slovakia
TUR
Flag of Turkey

1

22x20px Norway

6

8

9

11

6

3

8.5

51.5

2

22x20px Spain

7

9

12

9

4.5

5

46.5

3

22x20px Austria

15

9

24

4

22x20px Denmark

5

4

8

6

23

5

22x20px Finland

1

7

0

2

12

22

6

22x20px Poland

4

6

11

21

7

22x20px Bulgaria

10

0.5

2

3

15.5

8

22x20px Hungary

3

2

3

7

15

9

22x20px Brazil

10

10

10

22x20px Czech Republic

8

8

11

22x20px Portugal

6

1

7

12

22x20px Syria

6

6

13

22x20px Estonia

2

4

6

14

22x20px Turkey

3

0.5

2

5.5

15

22x20px Greece

4

4

16

2

2

17

22x20px Romania

0.5

0.5

1

2

18

22x20px Russia

1

1

22x20px Slovakia

1

1

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1

1

BEL
Flag of Belgium
DEN
Flag of Denmark
AUT
Flag of Austria
POR
Flag of Portugal
ROU
Flag of Romania
BUL
Flag of Bulgaria
NOR
Flag of Norway
POL
Flag of Poland
FIN
Flag of Finland
ESP
Flag of Spain
SVK
Flag of Slovakia
TUR
Flag of Turkey

The 2009 Nations Cup event in Athens-Markopoulo (Oktober 1, 2010 to Oktober 4, 2010) because of time reasons part of the 2010 Promotional League Europe. The six best-placed teams in the final raking have the chance to start in the 2009 Promotional League Final.

Promotional League North and South America

The best-planced team of the 2009 Promotional League North and South America have the permission to start in the 2009 Promotional League Final. Only teams from North and South America (without Meydan FEI Nations Cup-Teams) can count points in the Promotional League North and South America.

The 2009 Promotional League North and South America consists only of the Nations Cup of the United States in Wellington, Florida. The Nations Cups of Canada and Argentina are because of time reasons part of the 2010 Promotional League North and South America.

Team

Points

Total

USA
Flag of the United States

1

22x20px Canada

9

9

2

22x20px Argentina

4

4

3

22x20px Venezuela

3

3

4

22x20px Mexico

1

1

Promotional League Final

The two best-placed teams in the 2009 Promotional League Final move into the 2010 Meydan FEI Nations Cup. The national equestrian federation of Canada refrained the start in the Meydan FEI Nations Cup second time after 2009, so Spain and Poland moved into the Meydan FEI Nations Cup for the 2010 season.

Austria and Denmark were qualified for the 2009 Promotional League Final. They didn't start, so Hungary have the chance to start in the final.

Team

1

22x20px Spain

2

22x20px Canada

3

22x20px Poland

4

22x20px Norway

5

22x20px Finland

6

22x20px Hungary

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