The FEI Sports Forum 2020 lineup has been stripped back in order to address the time-sensitive topics and delay the themes which can be discussed later.
The Jumping Calendar Task Force, one of eight discipline-specific task forces created by the FEI, held its first meeting via teleconference on April 2nd.
The FEI has put in place a new policy for calculating the World Rankings from April 1st until the event calendar returns to normal.
The FEI president has welcomed the announcement of the new dates for the Tokyo Olympics, running July 23-Aug. 8, and Paralympics Aug. 24- Sept. 5, 2021.
The FEI is creating discipline-specific task forces to evaluate the impact of the pandemic and subsequent Olympic postponement and event cancellations.
Following last week’s recommendations from the World Health Organization, the FEI has issued a further message to the equestrian community.
The annual event, which was slated for April 6-7, 2020, in Lausanne (SUI), has been moved to online-only because of in-transit risk to participants.
The FEI scrapped ranking points won at a controversial jumping venue in France, but the FFE finds it ‘painful’ the shows went ahead in the first place.
A total of 48 countries will be represented in equestrian at the Olympic Games, with Luxembourg, Pakistan and Israel making their debuts.
Jessica von Bredow-Werndl celebrated her 33rd birthday with a win in the third leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup Western European League with TSF Dalera BB.