2011 FEI World Cup Jumping China League Beijing

2011/02/19

2011  FEI World Cup Jumping China League Beijing

The FEI World CupTM Jumping League is a show jumping competition hosted by the FEI, the International Federation of Equestrian Sports and equestrian associations from multiple regions. The competition has been held 33 times since 1979 and split into 14 leagues districts. The Chinese League was the 14th leagues district and this year was the first year organizing this international and professional Equestrian event in the Mainland China.

Each league district organizes their own qualification round and then the final; riders will obtain points according to their own performances. Riders who have the highest point will be qualified for the Rolex FEI World CupTM Final.

The Chinese League contained three rounds which first two rounds were held at Beijing International Equestrian Club on the 26th – 28th August and 23rd – 25th September. And for the final round, it was held at National Gymnasium on the 15th – 16th October.

Our Hong Kong riders Patrick Lam, Samantha Lam and Raena Leung participated in the Chinese League and obtained good results. After three qualification rounds, Samantha Lam got the overall second place (50 points), with only 7 points less than the Champion, Mr. Huang Zuping from China. Patrick Lam and Raena Leung got fifth and sixth place respectively.

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