Vaulting

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Time

  • Compulsory Tests
    • Tuesday 2 SeptemberSession 1 : From 09h30 to 12h40
      Session 2 : From 14h00 to 19h10
  • Free Tests
    • Wednesday 3 SeptemberSession 1 : From 09h30 to 12h25
      Session 2 : From 14h00 to 19h10
  • Technical Test / 1st Pas-de-Deux Free Test
    • Thursday 4 SeptemberSession 1 : From 14h00 to 17h05
      Session 2 : From 20h00 to 21h30
  • Finals - Ind M/W, Team, Pas de 2
    • Friday 5 SeptemberSession 1 : From 10h00 to 11h40
      Session 2 : From 14h00 to 17h30
    • Friday 5 SeptemberSession 3 : From 19h30 to 22h00

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Scores and results

Photos

Vaulting team final - © PSV Photos
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Videos

Re-Live - FEI World Cup™ Vaulting 2016/17 - Paris - Competition 1

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Athletes' World Rankings

  • 01 OESE Erik Germany DE
  • 02 FERRARI Jacques France FR
  • 03 BRUSEWITZ Viktor Germany DE
  • 04 BRUSEWITZ Thomas Germany DE
  • 05 WILFLING Julian Germany DE
  • 06 CSANDL Stefan Austria AT
  • 07 KLOUDA Lukas Czech republic CZ
  • 08 LUKAC Adam Slovakia SK
  • 09 HEPPLER Lukas Switzerland CH
  • 10 ANDREANI Nicolas France FR

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Presentation

Vaulting is a youthful, theatrical discipline in which athletes perform on the back of a cantering horse. As such, it demands an outstanding physical condition from the vaulter, a harmonious relationship with the horse, and first-class teamwork.

Vaulting exercises include artistic mounts and dismounts, shoulder stands and handstands on the horse, carrying or lifting another vaulter, and kneeling and standing exercises. The horse is guided on a long rein by a lunger standing on the ground who ensures that a steady canter is maintained on a circle with a minimum diameter of 15 metres.

Vaulters compete together on teams – no more than three may be on a horse at any one time – or in individual competitions which, unlike in all other equestrian disciplines, are separate for males and females. There are also pairs competitions, or pas-de-deux.

Competition venue

Zénith

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