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2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final: Netherlands wins

Riding Vdl Bubalu during the 2014 FEI Nations Cup, Jur Vrieling claimed team Netherlands’ third consecutive clear, paving the way for Netherlands to win the 2014 Nations Cup, and besting Canada by one fall.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final: Canada 2nd

Eric Lamaze riding Zigali P S, gives Team Canada a clear in run and helps them secure their Silver Medal, to end the season. Just four points behind the winners the Netherlands.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final: Sweden 3rd

Henrik Von Eckermann, riding Cantinero, Sweden’s final rider pulls off a clear round and Team Sweden grabs the Bronze medal for the season over Belgium by just one time penalty point.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Madden 3rd in Jumping Final

On the final day of Jumping, riding her competitor’s horses in the Final Four, Beezie Madden (USA) suffered a four point fault on each one. But thanks to a clear run on Cortes C, the only horse to get four clears, she won the Bronze.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Dubbeldam wins Jumping Final

On the final day of Jumping, Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED) is the only rider to score four clears on all four horse, and secure the Gold Medal by one point.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Delaveau 2nd in Jumping Final

On the final day of Jumping, despite clears on the other three horses, Patrice Delaveau (FRA), in the Final Four, suffered a one point time point deduction on Casall Ask, and had to settle for Silver in the end.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Madden 2nd after Day 1 Jumping

Beezie Madden (USA), riding Cortes C, starts off in 2nd place after day one with a score of 4.16 in Individual Jumping.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Delaveau leads after Day 1 Jumping

With an amazing final jump, Patrice Delaveau (FRA), riding Oriental Express, manages to take lead by .08 points after day one in the Individual Jumping.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Netherlands wins Show Jumping

In Team Show Jumping, Jur Vrieling, riding Vdl Bubalu, nails a perfect round helping the Netherlands beat France by less than one fault and take the gold.

2014 World Equestrian Games: France 2nd in Show Jumping

In Team Show Jumping, Kevin Staut, riding Reveur De Hurtebise Hdc, nails a perfect round, but it’s not enough as Team France falls just 1.25 points behind the Netherlands, settling for Silver.

2014 World Equestrian Games: USA 3rd in Show Jumping

In Team Show Jumping, Beezie Madden, riding Cortes ‘C’, nails a perfect round helping to move Team USA up to 3rd place, just beating Germany by .10 points, barely one fault.

2014 Equestrian Games: Team Jumping: USA Gets 2nd

Beezie Madden (USA) and her horse Cortes C take 2nd, and put USA in 2nd in the Equestrian games.

2014 Equestrian Games: Team Jumping: Delaveau Gets 1st

Patrice Delaveau (FRA) and his horse Orient Express Hdc got first in individual jumping, putting France in 4th for Team Jumping.

2014 Equestrian Games: Jumping: Allen Gets 1st

Bertram Allen (IRL) and his horse Molly Malone win 1st place by less than two tenths of a point with a total of 77.01.

2014 Equestrian Games: Jumping: Delaveau Gets 2nd

Patrice Delaveau (FRA) and his horse Orient Express get 2nd in the jumping finals with a total of 77.18 points.

2014 Equestrian Games: Jumping: Beezie Madden gets 4th

American Beezie Madden gets 4th in Normandy with a total of 77.34 points.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Dublin: USA wins

For the second event in a row team USA, led by Georgina Bloomberg who scored a double clear, with Ashlee Bond clearing in the second round as well, got the win.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Dublin: Crash

Giulia Martinengo Marquet fails to make it over a barrier, and goes down hard. Luckily both rider and horse appear to be fine.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Dublin: Switzerland 2nd

Just when it looked like Spain had it wrapped up, Switzerland claims second place thanks to Marie Pellegrin-Etter (SUI) getting a clear final run

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Hickstead: USA wins

Mclain Ward and Elizabeth Madden finish with flawless run to help team USA get the win.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Hickstead: NED and GER ties for 2nd

Both teams finish with three no fault runs, anchored by Jur Vrieling (NED) and Marcus Ehning (GER) in the second round to end up tied 4-4 in second place.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Falsterbo: Netherlands 2nd

Just when it looked like they would get the win, last rider Jur Vrieling (NED) equalled their worst run of nine faults, losing the ability to drop the score. They rank 4th for the season.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Falsterbo: Germany wins

Helped by a Netherland’s mistake, and a flawess final rider by Katrin Eckermann (GER) get gets the win in the last seconds, they currently rank 8th for the season.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Rotterdam: Netherlands 2nd

With a flawless second round, Gerco Schroder brought Netherlands level with France, but in the Jump off, his only fault of the days knocked Team Netherlands into 2nd.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Rotterdam: France wins

Roger Yves Bost scores a 0 in the second round to help France take hold the lead, and then Penelope Leprevost is flaws in the jump off with the Netherlands, getting the win and securing Team Frances spot in the Finals.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Rotterdam: Crash

Patrice Delaveau (FRA) surfers a crash in the second round. Like he and horse are ok, and their non-score was dropped, as Team France went on to win.

2014 Equestrian Jumping Nations Cup: Calgary, Canada: Ireland Wins

Ireland takes the win in Calgary for the 2nd year in a row, with USA coming in 2nd.

2014 Equestrian Jumping Nations Cup: Calgary, Canada: Mexico Falls Off Horse

One of Mexico’s riders was having a bad run that ending with her horse running through a fence and throwing her off.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: St. Gallen: Jump Fail

In the Nations Cup on June 6, 2014, France had a nasty elimination where the horse plowed right through the fence.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: St. Gallen: Great Britain Wins

In the Nations Cup on June 6, 2014, Great Britain endures very little penalties enabling them to beat out Spain and Sweden in the Equestrian Jumping Nations Cup in Switzerland.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Rome: Netherlands 2nd

As Maikel Van Der Vleuten jump a flawless round, the Netherlands alomst took the win, but last rider Gerco Schroder posted a four, and the slipped to 2nd by one fault.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping: Rome: Belgium wins

Team Belgium gets the win and maintain their 2nd place in the standings, with 12 events left. Niels Bruynseels helped with a flawless run and Nicola Philippaerts posted only 4, as the last rider to secure the win.

2014 Equestrian Jumping Nations Cup: La Baule, France: Great Britain’s Elimination

Great Britain’s Tim Gredley gets eliminated after his horse refuses to jump over a hurdle.

2014 Equestrian Jumping Nations Cup: La Baule, France: France Take 1st

France came in 1st for the first time in 4 years at the Equestrian Nation’s Cup at home.

2014 Equestrian Jumping Nations Cup: La Baule, France: Belgium takes 2nd

In the Nations Cup on May 23, 2014, Belgium came in 2nd.

2014 Equestrian Jumping Nations Cup: Lummen, Belgium: Swiss take 1st

With sn error from France in the last run, Switzerland was able to take first at the Equestrian Jumping Nations Cup in Lummen, Belgium.

2014 Equestrian World Cup Jumping Final: Lyon, France: Helen Langehanenberg takes 2nd

Helen Langehanenberg (GER) takes 2nd with her horse, Damon Hill NRW, in the Dressage Final in Lyon, France.

2014 Equestrian World Cup Jumping Final: Lyon, France: Charlotte Dujardin takes 1st

Defending champion Charlotte Dujardin (GBR) takes 1st with her horse, Valegro, in the Dressage Final in Lyon, France.

2014 Equestrian World Cup Jumping Final: Lyon, France: Deusser Wins First

Daniel Deusser (GER) jumps with his horse Cornet D’Amor to take 1st in the World Cup Jumping Final.

2014 Equestrian World Cup Jumping Final: Lyon, France: Ludgeer Beerbaum takes 2nd

Ludgeer Beerbaum (GER) takes 2nd with his horse Chiara in the Jumping Finals in Lyon, France.

2014 FIS Mens Ski Jumping Finals: Stoch wins Crystal Globe

Olympic gold medalist, Kamil Stoch (POL), finishes the day’s Ski Jumping event in 5th, but is able to keep his 1st overall ranking and take home the Crystal Globe.

2014 FIS Mens Ski Jumping Finals: Prevc wins

Peter Prevc (SLO) takes the gold medal and ranks 2nd overall in World Cup standings.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Planica, Slovakia: HS139

The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup is a ski jumping tournament held yearly by the International Ski Federation since 1979.

2014 FIS Womens Ski Jumping Finals: Sara Takanashi Wins All

Sara Takanashi (JPN) wins Crystal Globe for the season after taking Gold in Women’s Ski Jumping.

2014 FIS Men’s Team Ski Jumping World Cup: Kofler interview

Andreas Kofler (AUT) talks about winning gold and becoming World Leaders with his teammates after winning the Men’s Team Ski Jumping Final.

2014 FIS Womens Ski Jumping Finals: Jerome takes 5th

Jessica Jerome (USA) comes in 5th in Women’s Ski Jumping, 10th overall.

2014 FIS Men’s Team Ski Jumping World Cup: Austria Wins All

Austria gets the gold and rank 1st overall in World Cup standings. The team consists of Stefan Kraft, Thomas Diethart, Andreas Kofler, and Gregor Schlierenzauer.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Planica, Slovakia: HS139 Ladies & Team

The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup is a ski jumping tournament held yearly by the International Ski Federation since 1979.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Planica: Bardal 2nd

Anders Bardal (NOR) just misses the first place by .03 points, it’s his 8th podium finsih this season. He currently ranks 5th, with only the Final left.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Planica: Freund wins

Severin Freund (GER), with two 137.5 meter jumps, gets his 5th win of the season and it moves him into 2nd in the World Cup, with only the Final left.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Planica: Freund interview

Severin Freund (GER) talks about his win.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Planica, Slovakia: HS139

The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup is a ski jumping tournament held yearly by the International Ski Federation since 1979.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Oslo: Bardal 2nd

With two solid jumps, Anders Bardal (NOR) takes second on the podium, his 8th podium as the regular season comes to a close.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Oslo: Stoch 3rd

The double Olympic champ from Sochi, Kamil Stoch (POL) claims 3rd in the last jump of the regular season and wins his first World Cup title as well.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Oslo: Freund interview

Severin Freund (GER) talks about getting his 4th win as the regular season comes to a close.

 
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