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European Show Jumping Championships

The FEI European Show Jumping Championships is the European Championship for the equestrian discipline of show jumping. Like most other European Championships, it is held every two years. Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals are awarded in both the individual and team competition. There is also a Championship held for young riders, juniors, ponies, children and veterans.

The individual competition started in 1957, while the team competition did not commence until 1975.

Both David Broome and Paul Schockemöhle, have won the individual title three times. While Germany have won the team title six times, with Great Britain next on four team wins.

Individual results

1957 Rotterdam (NED) - 8 Riders from 5 Nations[1]

1958 Aachen (FRG) - 24 Riders from 13 Nations

1959 Paris (FRA) - 18 Riders from 9 Nations

1961 Aachen (FRG) - 27 Riders from 13 Nations

1962 London (GBR) - 7 Riders from 4 Nations

1963 Rome (ITA) - 18 Riders from 10 Nations

1965 Aachen (FRG) - 21 Riders from 12 Nations

1966 Lucerne (SUI) - 19 Riders from 11 Nations

1967 Rotterdam (NED) - 23 Riders from 13 Nations

1969 Hickstead (GBR) - 11 Riders from 6 Nations

1971 Aachen (FRG) - 24 Riders from 13 Nations

1973 Hickstead (GBR) - 17 Riders from 11 Nations

1975 München (FRG) - 26 Riders from 8 Nations

1977 Vienna (AUT) - 39 Riders from 11 Nations

1979 Rotterdam (NED) - 47 Riders from 15 Nations

1981 München (FRG) - 41 Riders from 13 Nations

1983 Hickstead (GBR) - 46 Riders from 12 Nations

1985 Dinard (FRA) - 39 Riders from 14 Nations

1987 St. Gallen (SUI) - 42 riders from 14 Nations

1989 Rotterdam (NED) - 40 riders from 13 Nations

1991 La Baule (FRA) - 47 Riders from 14 Nations

1993 Gijon (ESP) - 40 riders from 13 Nations

1995 St. Gallen (SUI) - 53 riders from 15 Nations

1997 Mannheim (GER) - 56 riders from 18 Nations

1999 Hickstead (GBR) - 64 riders from 19 Nations

2001 Arnhem (NED) - 59 riders from 18 Nations

2003 Donaueschingen (GER) - 71 riders from 24 Nations

2005 San Patrignano (ITA) - 66 riders from 21 Nations

2007 Mannheim[2] (GER)

Team results

1975 München (FRG) - 6 Teams

1977 Vienna (AUT) - 9 Teams

1979 Rotterdam (NED) - 10 Teams

1981 München (FRG) - 9 Teams

1983 Hickstead (GBR) - 11 Teams

1985 Dinard (FRA) - 8 Teams

1987 St. Gallen (SUI) - 8 Teams

1989 Rotterdam (NED) - 8 Teams

1991 La Baule (FRA) - 11 Teams

1993 Gijon (ESP) - 9 Teams

1995 St. Gallen (SUI) - 11 Teams

  • 3. FRA Flag of France - (H. Godignon, Bonneau, A. Ledermann, R-Y. Bost) 16

1997 Mannheim (GER) - 12 Teams

1999 Hickstead (GBR) - 14 Teams

2001 Arnhem (NED) - 14 Teams

  • 2. SWE Flag of Sweden - (M. Baryard, H. Lundbeck, R-G. Bengtsson, P. Eriksson) 35.19

2003 Donaueschingen (GER) - 18 Teams

2005 San Patrignano (ITA) - 14 Teams

2007 Mannheim (GER)

References

  1. FEI European Show Jumping Championships results history
  2. 2007 FEI European Show Jumping Championships - Mannheim results



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