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The top ten at the European Championships after day two

Friday, 21 August 2015
European Championships Aachen 2015

Penelope Leprevost and Flora de Mariposa
Individually Penelope Leprevost still leads for France on Flora de Mariposa, and sees herself on a clean sheet ahead of today's third round. France also leads the team competition. All photos (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

Ludger Beerbaum and Chiara 222
Home heros Ludger Beerbaum and Chiara 222 are rank two on 0.75 points after two clear rounds. Germany is in bronze position ahead of today's team final.

Joe Clee and Utamaro d'Ecaussines
Joe Clee and Utamaro d'Ecaussines are on one penalty after two clear rounds in Aachen, and sit third individually while Great Britain is in fourth position.

Gregory Wathelet and Conrad de Hus
Looks like medal candidates: Gregory Wathelet and the stunning Conrad de Hus are in fourth position individually on a score of 1.04, but his team is out of the final after a very unlucky day yesterday. Still he gets company of his team mates Pieter Devos and Jos Verlooy as individuals today.

Sergio Alvarez Moya and Carlo 273
Sergio Alvarez Moya and Carlo 273 did another amazing clear yesterday, and are 5th individually on a score 1.47 and Spain is 7th ahead of today's final.

Cassio Rivetti and Vivant
The 17 year old Vivant is still going strong and has jumped two beautiful clear rounds with Cassio Rivetti, and the two are now 6th on a score of 2.31. Ukraine is currently 5th ahead of the final today.

Simon Delestre and Ryan des Hayettes
France's Simon Delestre and Ryan des Hayettes have impressed, and are 7th individually on a score of 2.67.

Jeroen Dubbeldam and Zenith SFN N.O.P.
Reigning World Champion Jeroen Dubbeldam is in 8th position with Zenith SFN N.O.P. with a score of 2.68, and Netherland's is in silver position.

Lenardo der Kleine and Andreas Schou
This tiny thing has once again impressed at a championship; Lenardo de Kleine is in 9th position with Andreas Schou on a score of 2.98 - and Denmark is also in for today's team final.

Henrik von Eckermann and Cantinero
Henrik von Eckermann and Cantinero are 10th on a score of 3.08, and his team Sweden holds the same position as the last ahead of today's final.

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