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Stevens and Corlanda win the Euroclassics individual!

Sunday, 04 March 2012

Mario Stevens and Corlanda won the Euroclassics individual and was second in the Grand Prix. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Mario Stevens and Corlanda OLD kept up their good form and won the Euroclassics individual. The second and final part of the Euroclassics individual was jumped today at the 3* show in Bremen. 19 riders were clear yesterday, but only three of them managed to stay clear today as well; Paul Freimüller with Biness van Overis (Heartbreaker x Ramiro), Mario Stevens with Corlanda OLD (Cordalme x Landcapitol) and Jeroen Dubbeldam with BMC Utascha SFN (Lux x Indoctro).

After the jump-off it was Mario Stevens and Corlanda that stood as the winners of the Euroclassics ahead of Jeroen Dubbeldam. Both of the riders were clear. Paul Freimüller had one down in the jump-off and had to settle for third place.

Jeroen Dubbeldam and BMC Utascha SFN was second in the Euroclassics individual and won the Grand Prix. Photo by Jenny AbrahamssonLike yesterday, the class had two winners. The class also  counted as a regular Grand Prix, but as a speed class with only the first round counting for the result. The winners here were Jeroen Dubbeldam and BMC Utascha SFN who were the fastest ones in the first round. Second place went to Mario Stevens with Corlanda and third to Daniel Neilson with Varo M (Pierrot x Weinfurst). Daniel was clear today, but had one time fault yesterday so he didn´t qualify for the Euroclassics jump-off today.

This meant that Stevens could go home after with 12 500 Euro for the Euroclassics and 7 000 Euro for the Grand Prix. Dubbeldam went home with 9 500 Euro for the Euroclassics and 8 750 Euro for the win in the Grand Prix.

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