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Equestrian at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Team jumping

The team jumping in equestrian at the 2012 Olympic Games in London was held at Greenwich Park from 4 to 6 August.[1]

Team jumping
at the Games of the XXX Olympiad
Equestrian pictogram.svg
VenueGreenwich Park
Date4–6 August
Competitors60 from 15 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Scott Brash
Peter Charles
Ben Maher
Nick Skelton
 Great Britain
2nd, silver medalist(s) Marc Houtzager
Gerco Schroder
Maikel Van Der Vleuten
Jur Vrieling
 Netherlands
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ramzy Al Duhami
Abdullah bin Mutaib Al Saud
Kamal Bahamdan
Abdullah Waleed Sharbatly
 Saudi Arabia
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Great Britain's team consisting of Scott Brash, Peter Charles, Ben Maher and Nick Skelton won the gold medal in a jump-off, the first win in the event for Great Britain since 1952. The Netherlands won silver and Saudi Arabia took bronze — the only medal of the 2012 Games for the latter.

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Competition formatEdit

Five rounds of jumping were conducted in total. The second and third rounds were used for the team jumping event. Final rankings were based on the sum of scores of the three best riders from both rounds. A jump-off would be held to break a tie for any of the medal positions.[2]

ScheduleEdit

All times are British Summer Time (UTC+1)

Date Time Round
Saturday, 4 August 2012 10:30 Qualification
Sunday, 5 August 2012 11:00 Team round 1
Monday, 6 August 2012 14:00
16:37
Team round 2
Jump-off

ParticipantsEdit

Rank Name Round 1 Round 2 Team total penalties Jump-off
Penalties Penalties Penalties Time
Individual Team Individual Team Individual Team Individual Team
    Great Britain (GBR)
Scott Brash
Peter Charles
Ben Maher
Nick Skelton

4
8
0
0
4
0
5
4
0
4 8
4
0
0
0
0
48.01
61.27
48.14
47.27
    Netherlands (NED)
Marc Houtzager
Gerco Schroder
Maikel Van Der Vleuten
Jur Vrieling

0
4
0
8
4
0
4
0
8
4 8
4

8
0
4
52.40

48.18
48.54
    Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Ramzy Al Duhami
Abdullah bin Mutaib Al Saud
Kamal Bahamdan
Abdullah Waleed Sharbatly

0
0
1
4
1
4
4
5
6
13 14
4   Switzerland (SUI)
Paul Estermann
Steve Guerdat
Werner Muff
Pius Schwizer

0
4
4
0
4
8
4
12
0
12 16
5   Canada (CAN)
Tiffany Foster
Jill Henselwood
Eric Lamaze
Ian Millar

DSQ
4
1
0
5
DSQ
9
8
4
21 26
=6   Sweden (SWE)
Rolf-Göran Bengtsson
Lisen Fredricson
Jens Fredricson
Henrik von Eckermann

0
4
8
0
4
8
12
4
16
24 28
=6   United States (USA)
Richard Fellers
Reed Kessler
Beezie Madden
McLain Ward

0
8
4
4
8
8
12
4
8
20 28
8   Brazil (BRA)
Álvaro de Miranda Neto
Carlos Motta Ribas
Rodrigo Pessoa
Jose Roberto Reynoso Fernandez Filho

0

4
4
8
8

5
46
59 67
9   Mexico (MEX)
Jaime Azcarragua
Federico Fernandez
Alberto Michan Halbinger
Nicolas Pizarro

12
6
0
4
10
=10   Australia (AUS)
Julia Hargreaves
James Paterson-Robinson
Edwina Tops-Alexander
Matt Williams

8
4
0
12
12
=10   Germany (GER)
Christian Ahlmann
Marcus Ehning
Janne Friederike Meyer
Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum

4
4
4
8
12
12   France (FRA)
Simon Delestre
Olivier Guillon
Pénélope Leprevost
Kevin Staut

6
4
8
4
14
13   Belgium (BEL)
Dirk Demeersman
Jos Lansink
Philippe le Jeune
Grégory Wathelet

8
4
8
4
16
14   Ukraine (UKR)
Björn Nagel
Katharina Offel
Oleksandr Onyshchenko
Cassio Rivetti

4
12
23
5
21
15   Chile (CHI)
Rodrigo Carrasco
Tomas Couve Correa
Carlos Milthaler
Samuel Parot

17
5
8
9
22

MedalistsEdit

Gold: Silver: Bronze:
  Great Britain (GBR)   Netherlands (NED)   Saudi Arabia (KSA)
Scott Brash Hello Sanctos Marc Houtzager Tamino Ramzy Al Duhami Bayard van de Villa There
Peter Charles Vindicat Gerco Schroder London Abdullah bin Mutaib Al Saud Davos
Ben Maher Tripple X Maikel Van Der Vleuten Verdi Kamal Bahamdan Noblesse des Tess
Nick Skelton Big Star Jur Vrieling Bubalo Abdullah Waleed Sharbatly Sultan

ReferencesEdit