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Highlights from the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Final 2022, part two

Monday, 03 October 2022
CSIO5* Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Final 2022

Team Belgium won the CSIO5* Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ Final 2022 in style, also securing qualification for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games and with this photo special we look back at the action at the beatiful Real Club de Polo in Barcelona, Spain.

And, if there is one thing we have learned this year, it is that Jerome Guery can be trusted when it comes to popping the champagne... 

All photos © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. 

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The struggle is real... Just like at the World Championships in Herning earlier this summer, Jerome Guery was again the quickest when it came to popping the champagne open.

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A kiss for Kasanova de La Pomme from his groom Alex Legac.

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Gregory Wathelet's Iron Man van de Padenborre and his longtime groom Sylvain Benoit.

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Gilles Thomas' Calleryama with Sanne Melsen.

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Jerome Guery's Quel Homme de Hus with Brianna Lobreau.

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Koen Vereecke has had an amazing summer, here with his wife Karline De Brabander-Vereecke.

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Double clear for the winning Belgian team: Koen Vereecke and Kasanova de La Pomme.

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Shared joy is double joy: Team Belgium celebrates after their anchor Jerome Guery jumped clear with Quel Homme de Hus, securing their win.

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The hero of the day: Jerome Guery.

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Iron Man van de Padenborre and Sylvain waiting for the prize giving ceremonies to get underway.

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Kasanova de La Pomme looking happy with himself after delivering two clear rounds for the Belgian team.

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Gregory Wathelet and Iron Man van de Padenborre replaced Olivier Philippaerts and Le Blue Diamond van'T Ruytershof in Sunday's final.

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Simon Delestre celebrates after delivering a double clear for the French team that ended second.

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Julien Epaillard and the lovely Caracole de La Roque.

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Gregory Cottard and Bibici have been a solid part of the French team all summer.

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Kevin Staut and Scuderia 1918 Viking d'La Rousserie delivered one of five double clears of the final, sharing in on the 100,000 € bonus.

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Jos Lansink's Dutch squad ended fourth in the final after picking up a team total of eight penalties.

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Michael Pender and HHS Calais offered some comfort for the Irish, jumping clear in Sunday's final.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson/WoSJ
After finishing second in Thursday's qualifier, it all fell apart for the Irish team on Sunday and they ended last in the final of eight teams.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson/WoSJ
The Spanish team showed great form on home turf, qualifying for Sunday's final where they ended sixth.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson/WoSJ
The Belgians were all smiles after securing the win as well as the much sought-after Olympic qualification.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson/WoSJ
Over and out from Barcelona!



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