Colombia Wins Dressage Team Gold, Peru Silver, Ecuador Bronze at Bolivarian Games
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TRUJILLO, Peru, Nov. 23, 2013–Colombia won the dressage team gold, Peru silver and Ecuador bronze at the Boivarian Games Saturday. Individual medals will be decided Monday.
Diana Elizabeth Rey on Celina led Colombia’s three combinations to the top of the medals podium with a score of 68.189 per cent, the highest result of the 16 combinations from six nations. Colombia, Ecuador and Peru were the only countries with enough horses to field teams, a minimum of three, as was the case with Colombia, or a maximum of four with the top three scores counting for the team total.
The Nations Cup for dressage was at FEI Junior Team level while individual competition at FEI Junior Preliminary level scheduled for Sunday at Club Hipico Militar.
Maribel Alonso de Quinzaños of Mexico was president of the ground jury with Marian Cunningham of Peru, Lilo Fore of the United States, Cara Whitham of Canada and Gabriel Armando of Argentina as members.
Equestrian sports have been on the Bolivarian Games schedule for 14 of the 17 competitions that were created to honor Simón Bolívar, who successfully led efforts to wrest control of much of South America from Spain in the early 19th century.
About $140 million was spent by organizers–mostly governments–to stage the 17th edition of the Bolivarians at this ancient Pacific coastal city 350 miles (560km) north of Lima.
The Games were first staged in 1938 and are held once every four years. The continental National Olympic Committees of Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Chile, Peru, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Paraguay, Bolivia, El Salvador and Panama participate in the Games that this year have grown to 50 sports.
1. Colombia – 199.162 – gold
DIANA ELIZABETH REY – CELINA – 68.189%
RADME MAHAMUD – HIGHLANDER – 66.081%
JUAN SANCHEZ DE BRIGARD – FIRST FISHERMAN – 64.892%
2. Peru – 187.054 – silver
JUAN CARLOS HERNAIZ – AFRICA MIA – 66.405%
MONIKA VON WEDEMEYER – SENZA DUBIO – 63.135%
MARGOTH BATIEVSKY – FOX SEA – 58.324%
(MARIA GRACIA DE LA PIEDRA – LUCKY 007 – 57.622%)
3. Ecuador – 187.054 bronze
MARIA JOSE GRANJA – EMILIANO AP – 65.405%
CAROLINA ESPINOSA – DOLAR – 61.000%
MARTINA FALCONI – BILLY MF – 60.649%
(GUIDO PAEZ – TORIBA INTERAGRO – 59.973%)
Complete individual results: Individual results in team competition
Ecuador dominated eventing with gold medals in both team and individual competitions.
1. Ecuador 177.1 – gold
NARVAEZ CARLOS -QUE LOCO
RONALD ZABALA RONALD – MR WISEGUY
WILLIAM NARVAEZ WILLIAM – PEPITO
DAVID MEZA GONZALO – LAVAL BLUE
2. Peru 233 – silver
MARCELINO CARDENAS – VENTO
CESAR BARZOLA – NISSEY
JORGE UGARTE – KELVIN
CESAR BOBADILLA – AGAMENON JOSESTEO
3. Colombia 239.6 – bronze
JUAN CARLOS TAFUR – QUINTO
SANTIAGO MEDINA – ROXANS CASINO
JOHNATHAN RODRIGUEZ JHONATHAN – NILO
JUAN PABLO GARCIA – REBENQUE EJC
1. CARLOS NARVAEZ ECU QUE LOCO – gold
2. RONALD ZABALA ECU MR WISEGUY – silver
3. JUAN CARLOS TAFUR COL QUINTO – bronze