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Equestrian at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Team jumping

Equestrian at the
2004 Summer Olympics
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Dressage individual team
Eventing individual team
Jumping individual team

The individual jumping event, part of the equestrian program at the 2004 Summer Olympics, was held from 22 August to 27 August 2004 in the Olympic Equestrian Centre on the outskirts of Markopoulo in the Attica region of Greece. Like all other equestrian events, the jumping competition was mixed gender, with both male and female athletes competing in the same division.

Medalists

Gold:

Silver:

Bronze:

Flag of the United States.svg United States

Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden

Flag of Germany.svg Germany

Peter Wylde Fein Cera Rolf-Goran Bengtsson Mac Kinley Otto Becker Dobels Cento
McLain Ward Sapphire Malin Baryard Butterfly Flip Christian Ahlmann Coster
Beezie Madden Authentic Peter Eriksson Cardento Marco Kutscher Montender
Chris Kappler Royal Kaliber Peder Fredericson Magic Bengtsson Ludger Beerbaum (disqualified) Goldfever

Results

Rank Nation Rider Horse Round 1 Round 2 Total
1 United States 8 12 20
Beezie Madden Authentic

0

0

Chris Kappler Royal Kaliber

0

4

McLain Ward Sapphire

8

8

Peter Wylde Fein Cera

12

12

2 Sweden 12 8 20
Rolf-Goran Bengtsson Mac Kinley

0

0

Peder Fredericson Magic Bengtsson

8

4

Malin Baryard Butterfly Flip

8

4

Peter Eriksson Cardento

4

10

3 Germany 9 12 21
Marco Kutscher Montender

0

0

Otto Becker Dobels Cento

5

4

Christian Ahlmann Cöster

4

8

no medal awarded to → Ludger Beerbaum Goldfever (DQ)

DQ (0)

DQ (0)

4 Netherlands 8 16 24
Gert-Jan Bruggink Joel

0

4

Leopold van Asten Fleche Rouge

4

8

Gerco Schroder Monaco

8

4

Wim Schroder Montreal

4

8

5 Switzerland 12 14 26
Christina Liebherr No Mercy

0

8

Fabio Crotta Mme Pompadour M

8

4

Markus Fuchs Tinka's Boy

4

13

Steve Guerdat Olympic

20

2

6 Belgium 12 16 28
Dirk Demeersman Clinton

0

8

Jos Lansink Cumano

13

0

Stanny van Paesschen O de Pomme

8

8

Ludo Philippaerts Parco

4

16

7 Italy 19 25 44
Juan Carlos Garcia Albin III

1

8

Bruno Chimirri Landknecht

8

5

Vincenzo Chimirri Delfi Platiere

12

12

Roberto Arioldi Dime de la Cour

10

21

8 Korea 30 21 51
Hwang Soon-Won C.Chap

9

6

Joo Jung-Hyun Epsom Gesmeray

13

10

Woo Jung-Ho Seven Up

8

16

Sohn Bong-Gak Cim Christo

21

5

9 Brazil 16 37 53
Rodrigo Pessoa Baloubet du Rouet

0

9

Alvaro Miranda Neto Countdown 23

8

12

Luciana Diniz-Knippling Mariachi

13

16

Bernardo Alves Canturo

8

Elim.

10 France 24
Florian Angot First de Launay

4

Eugenie Angot Cigale du Taillis

4

Eric Navet Dollar du Murier

16

Bruno Broucqsault Dileme de Cephe

Ret.

11 New Zealand 31
Daniel Meech Diagonal

6

Grant Cashmore Franklins Flyte

12

Guy Thomas Madison

13

Bruce Goodin Braveheart

28

12 Japan 36
Yuka Watanabe Nike

3

Taizo Sugitani Lamalushi

16

Tadayoshi Hayashi Swanky

17

Ryuichi Obata Oliver Q

Elim.

13 Greece 47
Antonis Petris Gredo la Daviere

4

Emmanouela Athanassiades Rimini Z

17

Hannah Mytilinaiou Santana

26

Danae Tsatsou Roble Z

39

14 Mexico 70
Federico Fernandez Bohemio

12

Marcela Lobo Joskin

25

Gustavo Hernandez Leyva Minotauro

33

Gerardo Tazzer Chanel

Elim.

15 Argentina Elim.
Martin Dopazo Furka du Village

8

Gregorio Werthein Calwaro

14

Federico Sztyrle Who Knows Lilly

Ret.

Lucas Werthein Warren

Elim.

Ireland 22 14 36 (DQ)
Kevin Babington Carling King

1

5

Jessica Kuerten Castle Forbes Maike

9

0

Cian O'Connor Waterford Crystal (DQ)

DQ (12)

DQ (9)

Marion Hughes Fortunus

Ret.

10



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