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2009 Global Champions Tour

The 2009 Global Champions Tour was the 4th edition of the Global Champions Tour (GCT), an important international show jumping competition series. The series is held mainly in europe, one competition and also the final are held outside of europe. All competitions are endowed at least 285000 euros. All GCT events were held as CSI 5*.

The competitions was held beween May 2, 2009 and August 23, 2009. The final was held in Doha, Quatar from November 11, 2009 to November 15, 2009.

The champion of the Global Champions Tour Final of this year is Michel Robert of France on Kellemoi de Pepita.

Contents

Competitions

File:2009 Global Champions Tour map.PNG
competitions of the 2009 Global Champions Tour

All competitions are held as competition over two rounds agianst the clock with one jump-off against the clock.

The placement of the riders, who are not qualified for the jump-off, results of the number of penalties of both rounds and the time of the second round. The placement of the riders, who are not qualified for the second round, results of the number of penalties and the time of the first round. Competitors who are not qualified for the second round, placed behind the riders who compete in the second round.

1st Competition: Global Champions Tour of Italy

April 2, 2009 to April 5, 2009 - Arezzo, 22x20px Italy
Competition: Saturday, April 4, 2009 - Start: 5:30 pm, prize money: 285000 €[1]

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Jump-off

scoring
points

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of Germany Marco Kutscher Cash

0

-

0

-

0

34.55

20

2

Flag of France Michel Robert Kellemoi de Pepita

0

-

0

-

0

35.04

18

3

Flag of Brazil Bernardo Alves Chupa Chup

0

-

0

-

0

35.60

16

(Top 3 of 49 Competitors)

2nd Competition: Global Champions Tour of Spain

May 8, 2009 to May 10, 2009 - Museo de las Ciencias Príncipe Felipe, Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències, Valencia, 22x20px Spain
Competition: Saturday, May 9, 2009 - Start: 4:00 pm, prize money: 285000 €[2]

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Jump-off

scoring
points

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of United Kingdom John Whitaker Peppermill

0

-

0

72.55

20

2

Flag of Sweden Rolf-Göran Bengtsson Ninja

0

-

1

74.46

18

3

Flag of Australia Edwina Alexander Itot du Chateau

0

-

4

65.36

16

(Top 3 of 50 Competitors)

3rd Competition: Global Champions Tour of Germany

May 21, 2009 to May 24, 2009 - Hamburg (German show jumping and dressage derby), 22x20px Germany
Competition: Saturday, May 23, 2009 - Start: 1:30 pm, prize money: 285000 €[3]

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Jump-off

scoring
points

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of Brazil Bernardo Alves Chupa Chup

0

-

0

-

0

51.05

20

2

Flag of Germany Carsten-Otto Nagel Corradina

0

-

0

-

0

51.25

18

3

Flag of France Roger-Yves Bost Ideal de la Loge

0

-

0

-

0

52.08

16

(Top 3 of 48 Competitors)

4th Competition: Global Champions Tour of France

June 11, 2009 to June 13, 2009 - Cannes, 22x20px France
Competition: Saturday, June 13, 2009 - Start: 6:00 pm, prize money: 285000 €[4]

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Jump-off

scoring
points

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of France Roger-Yves Bost Ideal de la Loge

0

-

0

52.51

20

2

Flag of Germany Daniel Deußer Aboyeur W

0

-

1

54.87

18

3

Flag of United Kingdom Ben Maher Robin Hood W

0

-

1

56.37

16

(Top 3 of 44 Competitors)

5th Competition: Global Champions Tour of Monaco

June 25, 2009 to June 27, 2009 - shore at the marina „Port Hercule“, Monte Carlo, Template:Country data Monaco
Competition: Saturday, June 27, 2009 - Start: 6:00 pm, prize money: 285000 €[5]

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Jump-off

scoring
points

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of the United States Richard Spooner Cristallo

0

-

0

-

0

35.46

20

2

Flag of Brazil Alvaro de Miranda Neto Picolien Zeldenrust

0

-

0

-

0

36.85

18

3

Flag of Brazil Rodrigo Pessoa Let's Fly

0

-

0

-

0

37.20

16

(Top 3 of 45 Competitors)

6th Competition: Global Champions Tour of Portugal

July 9, 2009 to July 11, 2009 - Hipódromo Manuel Possolo, Cascais near Estoril, 22x20px Portugal
Competition: Saturday, July 11, 2009 - Start: 7:00 pm, prize money: 400000 € (show jumping grand prix with the highest prize money in europe)[6]

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Jump-off

scoring
points

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of Netherlands Leopold van Asten Santana B

0

-

0

-

0

44.06

20

2

Flag of Switzerland Clarissa Crotta West Side van Meerputhoeve

0

-

0

-

4

40.95

18

3

Flag of Portugal Luciana Diniz As-Taro

0

-

0

-

8

44.97

16

(Top 3 of 45 Competitors)

7th Competition: Global Champions Tour of Brasil

July 31, 2009 - August 2, 2009 - equestrian facility of the Sociedade Hípica Brasileira, Rio de Janeiro (Athina Onassis International Horse Show), 22x20px Brazil
Competition: Saturday, August 1, 2009 - Start: 1:45 pm, prize money: 285000 €[7]

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Jump-off

scoring
points

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of Italy Gianni Govoni Joyau d'Opal

0

-

0

-

0

36.15

20

2

Flag of Canada Eric Lamaze Hickstead

0

-

0

-

0

36.51

18

3

Flag of Germany Marco Kutscher Cornet Obolensky

0

-

0

-

0

37.40

16

(Top 3 of 42 Competitors)

8th Competition: Global Champions Tour of the Netherlands

August 20, 2009 - August 23, 2009 - Valkenswaard, 22x20px Netherlands
Competition: Saturday, August 22, 2009 - Start: 1:45 pm, prize money: 285000 €[8]

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Jump-off

scoring
points

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of Australia Edwina Alexander Itot du Chateau

0

-

0

-

0

35.49

20

2

Flag of Germany Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum Shutterfly

0

-

0

-

0

35.81

18

3

Flag of France Michel Robert Kellemoi de Pepita

0

-

0

-

0

35.95

16

(Top 3 of 50 Competitors)

Global Champions Tour Final

overall standings (after 8 competitions)

Rider

1st
Competition
2nd
Competition
3rd
Competition
4th
Competition
5th
Competition
6th
Competition
7th
Competition
8th
Competition

scoring
points
(Total)

1

Flag of Australia Edwina Alexander

10

16

(0)

(0)

9

0

10

20

65

2

Flag of Germany Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum

0

9

14

11

-

10

-

18

62

3

Flag of Belgium Patrick Mc Entee

4

10

11

12

12

12

-

(0)

61

4

Flag of Germany Marco Kutscher

20

0

-

-

0

3

16

13

52

5

Flag of France Michel Robert

18

15

-

-

-

-

-

16

49

(Top 5), 6 results count for the final standing[9]

Final

November 11, 2009 to November 14, 2009 - Doha, 22x20px Qatar

First round

Competition: Thursday, November 12, 2009 - Start: 9:00 pm, prize money: 50000 €[10]

Rider

Horse

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of Canada Eric Lamaze Hickstead

0

72.25

2

Flag of Brazil Bernardo Alves Chupa Chup

0

73.13

3

Flag of Netherlands Albert Zoer Okidoki

0

75.63

(Top 3 of 25 Competitors)

Final result after second round and jump-off

Competition: Saturday, November 14, 2009 - Start: 8:00 pm, prize money: 900000 €[11]

Rider

Horse

Jump-off

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of France Michel Robert Kellemoi de Pepita

0

-

0

49.76

2

Flag of Belgium Jos Lansink Valentina van't Heike

0

-

0

49.89

3

Flag of Brazil Alvaro de Miranda Neto Picolien Zeldenrust

0

-

4

46.52

4

Flag of Germany Ulrich Kirchhoff Carino

0

-

4

46.91

5

Flag of Republic of Ireland Denis Lynch All Inclusive NRW

1

88.92

(Top 5 of 18 Competitors)

References

  1. Result GCT Arezzo 2009
  2. Result GCT Valencia 2009
  3. Result GCT Hamburg 2009
  4. Result GCT Cannes 2009
  5. Result GCT Monte Carlo 2009
  6. Result GCT Estoril 2009
  7. Result GCT Rio de Janeiro 2009
  8. Result GCT Valkenswaard 2009
  9. Final standing CN Global Champions Tour 2009
  10. Result GCT Final 2009, first round
  11. Final result GCT Final 2009



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