Articles - Steve Guerdat

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Sunday Wrap-up from the Spruce Meadows Pan American Tournament

A big win for world number one Steve Guerdat (SUI); Summer Series success continues for Jordan Coyle (IRL) at the Spruce Meadows Pan American.

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Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final: Round Two

Olympic champion, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat, won the second leg of the Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final with a spectacular performance from his London 2012 ride, Nino des Buissonnets. But it is Portugal’s Luciana Diniz and Lennox who hold t

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Olympic Champion Takes Top Spot in Rolex Rankings

Steve Guerdat (SUI), the newly-crowned Olympic champion, has taken over as World Number One on the Rolex Rankings list published today. With 2,525 points, Guerdat takes over from European champion Rolf-Göran Bengtsson (SWE), who drops down to fourth

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Steve Guerdat Claims Second World Cup Jumping Title

Olympic champion, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat, showed nerves of steel when galloping to victory at the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final for the second year in a row today. The crowd in the Scandinavium Arena in Gothenburg (SWE) went wild aft

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Germany’s Blum is golden while making jumping history at WEG

Simone Blum became the first woman in WEG history and only the second female in the 65-year history of the World Championships to take the individual title.

Guerdat and Bichsel Cleared of Doping Charges

Swiss show jumpers Steve Guerdat and Alessandra Bichsel have been acquitted by the FEI Tribunal of wrongful or negligent behaviour concerning anti-doping proceedings initiated against them earlier this year. Both horses returned positive for the bann

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Steve Guerdat returns to the top of the Longines World Rankings

Steve Guerdat (SUI), Olympic gold medallist and three-time FEI World Cup™ champion, has regained the number one spot in the Longines World Rankings.

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Steve Guerdat Features at FEI Sports Forum

“Being open and transparent is vital to us as we are discussing matters which have the intention to, and most probably will, affect the future of our sport”, FEI President Ingmar De Vos said in his opening address at the fifth edition of the FEI

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Steve Guerdat: FEI Wholly to Blame for the Inevitable Tokyo ‘Mess’

Scoring for the new Olympic jumping format in Tokyo is to change after the three-rider/no drop-score team test confused spectators and suggested it was even vulnerable to “manipulation.” But the proposed amendments have not placated top riders. L

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Steve Guerdat Gallops to Second Longines Victory in Gothenburg

Olympic champion, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat, produced a brilliant performance from the 12-year-old mare, Albfuehren’s Paille, to record his second victory of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2014/2015 Western European League at the final q

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