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JoshMartini007

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  1. The following athletes are provisionally selected to represent Canada at the World Championships (after Day 1) Men Javier Acevedo (100m Backstroke) Brayden Taivassalo (200m Breaststroke) Women Ella Jansen (400m Freestyle) Kylie Masse (100m Backstroke) Summer McIntosh (400m Freestyle Sydney Pickrem (200m Breaststroke) Ingrid Wilm (100m Backstroke) Kelsey Wog (200m Breaststroke)
  2. Eventing Tamworth CCI4*-S Results The following have achieved CCI4*-S MER result (still require CCI4*-L) Shane Rose (Be My Daisy) Shane Rose (Dotti) Olivia Barton (Hollyander HG) Olivia Barton (Henrik Aph) Joel Funnell (Airbrush) Andrew Cooper (Sharvalley Thunder) Sam Lyle (BF Valour) Oliver Barrett (Sandhills Special) Gordon Bishop (Advantage Hill) Andrew Cooper (Omega Star) Saskia Hind (Trojan Warrior) Courtney Slattery (Rock Road) Eventing Bonza CCI4*-S Results No new MER results were achieved Eventing Kronenberg CCI4*-S Results The following have achieved CCI4*-S MER result (still require CCI4*-L) David Doel (Galileo Nieuwmoed) Amanda Staam (Corpoubet AT) Esteban Benitez Valle (Utrera AA 35 1) Romain Sans (Unetoile de la Serre) Andreas Dibowski (FRH Corrida) Helen Martin (Andreas) Jordy Wilken (Wilbert BO) Astier Nicolas (Diese Cot Chat) Sebastien Cavaillon (Black Pearl Z) Arianna Schivo (Delhi de Buet) Eventing Kronenberg CCI4*-L Results The following have achieved CCI4*-L MER result (still require CCI4*-S) Sebastien Cavaillon (Elipso de la Vigne) Julie Simonet (Sursumcord'Or) Christopher Six (Totem de Brecey) Luc Chateau (Cocorico de l'Ebat) Nicolas Touzaint (Absolut Gold HDC) Benjamin Massie (Casanova de Bel Air Z) Mathieu Chombart (Big Boss Melo) Aistis Vitkauskas (Commander VG) Camille Lejeune (Dame Decoeur Tardonne) Jasper Peeters (Jackass PK) Seppe Vilain (Kawa de la Cour Z) Luc Chateau (Ego des Cabanes) Jennifer Kuehnele (Sammy Davis Junior) Francesco Aondio (Bertero Quality Cruiser) Wouter De Cleene (Quintera) Eventing Matamata CCI4*-S Results The following have achieved CCI4*-S MER result (still require CCI4*-L) Christen Lane (Thunder Cat) Brittany Fowler (Game Keeper) Donna Edwards-Smith (DSE Mendoza) Diane Gilder (Your Attorney) Savanna Stirling (Shillings) Eventing Mount Helmsley CCI4*-S Results The following have achieved CCI4*-S MER result (still require CCI4*-L) Jessica George (Wrap Up)
  3. Jumping Vejer de la Frontera CSI4* Results The following have achieved 3/3 MER result Michael Pender (HHS Calais) William Fletcher (Valento) Matthew Sampson (Ebolensky) James Smith (Arkuga) Santiago Nunez Riva (Chakira Z) The following have achieved 2/3 MER result Kara Chad (Igor GPH) Aurelien Leroy (Vendom d'Ick) Teresa Blazquez-Abascal (Nasa de Toxandria) Armando Trapote (Tornado VS) Sergio Alvarez Moya (Puma HS) Michael Viehweg (Contario) Richard Howley (Massento) Edward Levy (Uno de Cerisy) William Whitaker (Galtur) The following have achieved 1/3 MER result Niamh McEvoy (Olivia de Muze N) Felipe Amaral (Androide 3K) Ivan Serrano Saez (Rain Man) Tomas Galilea (Vertigo Waf) Adrian Whiteway (Floris) Billy Twomey (Lady Lou) Pedro Veniss (Nimrod de Muze Z) Adam Prudent (Labalou) Antonio Matos Almeida (Calypso de Kamelia) Maksymilian Wechta (Chepettano) Kevin Jochems (Casillas van de Helle) Luis Fernandez Gil Fournier (Ibon) Alvaro De Zarate Fernandez (Najac VH Kluizebos) Gabor Szabo Jr (Mezohegyes Chabala) Emeric George (Duo du Ru) Jumping Wellington CSI4* Results The following have achieved 3/3 MER result Callie Schott (Garant) Beth Underhill (Nikka VD Bisschop) The following have achieved 2/3 MER result Nicola Philippaerts (Luna Van't Ruytershof Z) Samuel Hutton (Casablanca-H) Zoe Conter (Davidoff De Lassus) Fabio Leivas da Costa (Ilex) Daniel Deusser (Narcos VD Smidshoeve) Nayel Nassar (Coronado) Alessandra Volpi (Haya Loma N) The following have achieved 1/3 MER result Darragh Kenny (Vancouver Dreams) Lillie Keenan (Fasther) Daniel Coyle (Quintin) Catherine Tyree (Newtwon Van Het Krekelhof) Gabriela Reutter (Maharees Rock) Katherine Dinan (Dijon Terdoorn Z) Carlos Hank Guerreiro (H5 Sunshine) Shane Sweetnam (Alejandro) Sarah Segal (Speedy Jump) Nina Mallevaey (Cartier Sr) Natalie Dean (Nespresso Van't Laekhof) Lorenzo De Luca (Cappuccino 194) Laura Kraut (Bisquetta) Grant Seger (Cantucchini) Rodrigo Pessoa (Quick Step)
  4. The Canadian Swimming Trials is set to begin tomorrow March 28th and will last until April 2nd. This competition will decide who will compete at the World Championships later this year. The selection priority is as follows... 1) Swimmers achieving the FINA A standard in Olympic events (max 2 per event). 2) In the men's & women's 100m freestyle & women's 200m freestyle the top 4 swimmers will be selected (if not already qualified above). 3) In the men's 200m freestyle the top 4 swimmers will be selected (if not already qualified above) if their combined time is less than 7:14.18 4) In Olympic events where no swimmer qualified above, the top swimmer will qualify if they are within 1% of the FINA A standard. 5) For the women's 4x100m medley relay, should the 100m winner of one of the strokes is not qualified they will be given a spot 6) For the men's 4x100m medley relay, should the 100m winner of one of the strokes is not qualified they will be given a spot if the combined time of the four strokes is less than 3:36.16 7) High Performance Director selections Criteria 7 is in place for athletes who do not compete (Oleksiak or Ruck), selection for the 50m back/breast/fly events or if the director feels additional relay athletes deserve to attend. Should Oleksiak/Ruck wish to compete they cannot bump someone who already qualified.
  5. Week 12 Results Men's Events Event Tour Winner Pts Won WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play WGC Sam Burns 52.41 Corales Puntacana Championship PGA Tour Matt Wallace 15.80 Jonsson Workwear Open DPWT Nick Bachem 13.85 Club CAR Championship KFT David Skinns 13.48 World City Championship ASA Taichi Kho 6.83 Duncan Taylor Black Bull Challenge PGTI Om Prakash Chouhan 4.51 Roberto De Vicenzo Memorial SAM Chandler Blanchet 2.73 Red Sea Egyptian Classic PGT Clement Guichard 0.44 Women's Events Event Tour Winner Pts Won LPGA Drive On Championship LPGA Celine Boutier 62.00 Axa Ladies Golf Tournament JLPGA Hinako Yamauchi 19.00 IOA Championship FUTURES Miranda Wang 4.00
  6. Sad to hear, but also not entirely surprised. Ruck was hyped to be a big thing in swimming where she could win individual medals at the World/Olympics, but she's mostly been an important depth swimmer for our relays. Hope she can train in mental strength. With her out and Sanchez changing nationalities our 4x100m freestyle relay will probably not medal. I guess we'll see how the trials look for us.
  7. Jumping Werribee CSI1*-W Results The following have achieved 1/3 MER result Tom McDermott (Cooley Gangster) Emma Smith (Cordelia Ego Z) Allyson Lamb (Eagle Rock) Izabella Stone (Oaks Ventriloquist) Amber Fuller (Nopal Van Tallaert) Gabrielle Chugg (Queenie) Madeline Sinderberry (Gredstedgaards Number One) Jennifer Wood (Cocaine Ego Z) Conor Reed (Alpha Activity) Gemma Creighton (Dada Des Brimbelles Z) Sarah McMillan (Tyrone) Jess Rice-Ward (Tulara Diarangol) Jumping Coapexpan CSI5* Results The following have achieved 2/3 MER result John Perez Bohm (Gigi-Carmen) Alberto Sanchez-Cozar (Catover) Manuel Gonzales Dufrane (Hortensia van de Leeuwerk) Jose Antonio Chedraui Eguia (H-Lucky Retto) Luciana Gonzalez Guerra (Ehrens) Ignacio Maurin (Chaquitos PS) Simon Nizri (Ferrari VDL) Christian Lopez Redetzki (Grand Slam) Miguel Maron Kahwagi (Northern Diamond) The following have achieved 1/3 MER result Jose Antonio Chedraui Prom (Mighty Mouse) Jesus Orantes Haua (Wisconsin PS) Juan Jose Zendejas Salgado (Tino La Chapelle) Andres Azcarraga (Contendros 2) Federico Fernandez (Romeo) Nicolas Pizarro (Mike Wazowski) Agustin Covarrubias (Nelson Du Petit Vivier) Many of the riders which competed last week got their second MER
  8. Nice find. With Australia and New Zealand qualifying naturally, all she needs to do is have a World (not Olympic) ranking of 180 or higher by the deadline.
  9. Unfortunately they did not survive the cross-country portion. Colombia has another event in May so I can see him trying again. After that he'll have to travel (possibly to Argentina). While the individual quotas aren't free there isn't a lot of competition, assuming Brazil and Canada don't choke at the Pan American Games.
  10. Now that all of the eligible dressage events for March have been completed let's take a look at the status for nations with team quotas. As a reminder, nations which qualify a team quota have until the end of the year to get at least three athletes with the certificate of capability (2 MER results) or else they lose the team quota. Here are the status for nations which have qualified a team quota Australia - 0/3 Denmark - 3/3 France - 3/3 Germany - 3/3 Great Britain - 3/3 Netherlands - 3/3 Sweden - 3/3 United States - 3/3 Unsurprisingly the top nations already have at least three athletes with the certificate. Things have been quiet on the Australian side with only a handful even having their first MER result. There's still a long time before the end of the year and I suspect Australia will be fine. The edge cases won't show up until after the regional qualifiers. Out of curiosity here are the nations with at least one athlete with a certificate of capability (outside of the teams listed above) where they could compete at the Olympics. Group A - Group B - Group C - Group D - Group E - Group F - Group G - I'm just realizing how light Group A is. 5/9 nations have already qualified a team and Iceland is non-existent. Should Finland get one of the Group A/B team quotas that essentially gives Ireland and Norway a free quota to compete. However, when that happened in 2020 Norway declined the quota. Group F has some work to do as do the Pan American nations, though Canada and Ecuador at least have one MER result.
  11. Dressage Ypaja CDI3* Results The following have achieved 2/2 MER result Yvonne Osterholm (Ironman H) The following have achieved 1/2 MER result Vill Vaurio (G-Star) Dina Ellermann (Donna Anna) Dressage Lisbon CDI3* Results The following have achieved 2/2 MER result Maria Caetano (Hit Plus) Joao Oliva (Feel Good VO) The following have achieved 1/2 MER result Rita Ralao Duarte (Irao) Richardo Reis (Lord Das Faias) Goncalo Diabinho (Devoto)
  12. Dressage Werribee CDI-W Results No riders achieved an MER result Nobody was able to break 67% in Werribee Dressage Taupo CDI3* Results The following have achieved 2/2 MER result Melissa Galloway (Windermere J'Obei W) Wendi Williamson (Don Vito MH) Gaylene Lennard (Jax Johnson) The trio based in New Zealand obtained their certificate of capability. Dressage Motesice CDI3* Results The following have achieved 1/2 MER result Dalia Katinaite-Pranckeviciene (Amica) Aleksandra Szulc (Breakdance) Fun to see an event in Slovakia. This is Poland's first MER result. Dressage Wellington CDI3* Results The following have achieved 2/2 MER result Jennifer Williams (Joppe K) Kevin Kohmann (Dunensee) The following have achieved 1/2 MER result Emily Miles (Java Dulce) Tiago Ernesto (Hobbit Interagro) Canada's Jill Irving did not get above 67% from a level 4 judge. Dressage Wellington CDI4* Results The following have achieved 2/2 MER result Alice Tarjan (Candescent) The following have achieved 1/2 MER result Jennifer Hoffmann (Rondoro Noblesse) The last dressage week in Wellington for the 2023 season has ended with just a skeleton group competing and most top riders already having their certificate of capability.
  13. The alternatives aren't great either. She either bumps out her sister or she has to defeat another top athlete
  14. Australia and Canada having a stronger women's team relative to their men probably contributes to the European imbalance. Those two nations plus the United States don't leave much for the rest of the world. Throw in a few individuals from China, Japan and South Africa and Europe doesn't have too many opportunities.
  15. Good to know. Assuming Defay knows about this requirement, I imagine she's taking a trip to Australia next month regardless of her recovery.
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