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FEI Board mandates EEF to present a realistic proposal for 2021 European Championships in jumping

Friday, 26 June 2020
FEI

The key discussions and resolutions taken by the FEI Board at the final day of its three-day videoconference meeting on 25 June included the 2021 FEI European Championships in jumping.

The summary from the FEI Board reads: 

“The European Equestrian Federation (EEF) asked the FEI Board to reconsider their decision to cancel the FEI European Championships 2021 in the Olympic and Paralympic Disciplines following the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Games. Referring specifically to the FEI Jumping European Championships, the EEF were confident that a solution could be found and that the elements which had driven the Board to cancel the Championships had changed and there was an opportunity to be exploited. In light of the EEF’s public support for an FEI Jumping European Championship 2021, the FEI Board mandated the EEF to present a realistic proposal (venue, host NF, dates, etc) that addresses all the concerns that originally led to the cancellation at the next Board Meeting on 21 July in line with the requirements stipulated in the FEI Host Agreement for European Championships.”

Furthermore, the FEI Board upheld the cancellation of the 2020 FEI Jumping European Championships for children, juniors and young riders in Vilamoura, Portugal. Vilamoura will instead host the 2021-edition of the championships with Oliva, Spain – that had previously been allocated as host in 2021 – moving to host the 2022-edition.

Click here to read all the main decisions from the FEI Board’s meeting on 25 June 2020.

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