The programme and duration of competitions are fixed by the Executive Committee in agreement with the Organising Committee and the CTI. The competitions shall last a maximum of five (5) days and include the following events for men and women:
– Show Jumping
– Dressage (optional)
– Individual combined classification (optional if dressage is organised)
– Team combined classification if dressage is organised
– Team Jumping classification if dressage is not organised.
Each country may enter a maximum of nine (9) persons: four (4) competitors and five (5) officials.
In each event, each country is authorised to enter:
The dressage and jumping events shall be organised following the knockout system, on which combined classification shall be based.
At the first General Technical Meeting, the Head of Delegation or his/her representative shall confirm and sign the official list of competitors accredited by the CIC.
The Organising Committee shall guarantee the provision of the necessary number of horses for all participants.
Three (3) months before the Championship, the Organising Committee has the right to collect 25% of the total cost of stay per athlete and official from participating countries.
Nomination and costs
Referees shall be appointed jointly by FEI and the FISU Technical Delegate. The Organising Committee shall bear their costs of travel, board and lodging (from two (2) days before the opening ceremony to one (1) day after the closing ceremony).
Other costs are referenced in the FISU – FEI partnership agreement.
Number of ITOs
A minimum of 6 judges shall be appointed.
Tuesday 28th June
Get Accreditation in Flyinge
Wednesday 29th June
Round 1 Dressage
Clinic with Maria Gretzer Dinner and activities in Malmö
Thursday 30th June
Round 2 Dressage
Round 1 Jumping – 1m
Friday 1st July
Round 2 Jumping – 1.15m
Round 3 Jumping – 1.20m
Round 3 Dressage
Gala Dinner at Grand Hotel in Lund
Saturday 2nd July
Semi-final Jumping – 1.25m
Small-final Jumping – 1.20m
Team-final Jumping – 1.10m
Final Jumping – 1.35m
Medal- and closing ceremony at Flyinge
1. Hong Kong
11. The Netherlands