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Christoph Sandmann

Christoph Sandmann (born May 24, 1967) is a German equestrian and multiple World Champion at the World Equestrian Games.

Career highlights

FEI World Equestrian Games </dt>

1992 - Riesenbeck, Driving, 15px 3rd at individual competition
1992 - Riesenbeck, Driving, 1st at team competition
1994 - Den Haag, Driving, 1st at team competition
1996 - Waregem, Driving, 2nd at team competition
1998 - Rome, Driving, 2nd at team competition
2002 - Jerez de la Frontera, Driving, 2nd at individual competition
2002 - Jerez de la Frontera, Driving, 15px 3rd at team competition
2006 - Aachen, Driving, 15px 3rd at individual competition
2006 - Aachen, Driving, 1st at team competition

FEI World Cup Driving </dt>

2001/02 - Driving, 15px 3rd
2002/03 - Driving, 15px 3rd
2003/04 - Driving, 15px 3rd
2006/07 - Driving, 15px 3rd
2007/08 - Driving, 1st

National Championships </dt>

1990 - Driving, 2nd
1991 - Driving, 2nd
1992 - Driving, 2nd
1993 - Driving, 15px 3rd
1994 - Driving, 2nd
1996 - Driving, 15px 3rd
1999 - Driving, 1st
2000 - Driving, 1st
2001 - Driving, 2nd
2002 - Driving, 2nd
2003 - Driving, 2nd
2006 - Driving, 15px 3rd
2007 - Driving, 1st

Awards </dt>

2002 - FEI Top Driver Award


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