Brazilian Equestrian Federation Announces Showjumping Team for the Olympic Games in Tokyo

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – July 05, 2021 – The Brazilian Equestrian Federation (CBH – Confederação Brasileira de Hipismo) released a statement earlier today announcing the Brazilian Showjumping Team scheduled to compete at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The athletes were observed by the technical committee and the final selection was based on a long list of 12 riders.

Luiz Francisco Azevedo (BRA) & Comic
Marlon Zanotelli (BRA) & VDL Edgar
Rodrigo Pessoa (BRA) & Carlitos Way
Yuri Mansur (BRA) & QH Alfons Santo Antonio

Reserve: Bernardo Alves (BRA) El Torreo de Muze

In Tokyo, for the first time, showjumping teams will consist of 4 athletes: three starters and a reserve. The reserve rider and horse can be selected to compete even after the start of the competition. In the team competition, according to new format, there will be no discarded score, that is, the three results will be computed. Previously, four combinations were entered and the worst score would be discarded. Another change is that the individual competition precedes the team final.

Source: Press Release from CBH – Confederação Brasileira de Hipismo

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