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FEI Driving World Cup™ FINAL

The Jumping International de Bordeaux hosted FEI Driving World Cup™ FINAL from saturday 8th to sunday 9th february 2020

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The first FEI Driving World Cup™ was launched in 2001 and Bordeaux was already one of its stages at that time!

The FEI Driving World Cup™ for Four-In-Hand Championships are exclusively held in Europe comprising 9 qualifiers and reserved for the 10 best drivers in the world.

These drivers may choose their events by groups of 5, bearing in mind that any one driver may only compete in four stages, with only his three best scores being considered.

The competitors earn points at each of the stages and the six best drivers in the overall ranking will be qualified for the final which take place in Bordeaux (FRA), at February 9th, 2020. 

2020 podium | Sunday

World champions : 

1st place ▶︎ Boyd Exell

2nd place ▶︎Koos de Ronde

3rd place ▶︎ Ijsbrand Chardon


CAIW FINAL n°2 - FEI DRIVING WORLD CUP™ FINAL – Remise des Prix - ©Christophebricot

Detailed results

2020 podium | Saturday

1st place ▶︎ Koos de Ronde

2nd place ▶︎ Boyd Exell

3ème place ▶︎ József Dobrovitz

CAIW FINAL n°1 - FEI DRIVING WORLD CUP™ FINAL - 1ère place Koos de Ronde - ©ArtisteAssocié

Detailed results
Competition in pictures

Palmarès FEI Driving World Cup™ FINAL
  • 2020 : Boyd Exell (AUS)
  • 2019. Bram Chardon (NED)
  • 2018. Boyd Exell (AUS)
  • 2017. Boyd Exell (AUS)
  • 2016. Ijsbrand Chardon (NED)
  • 2015. Boyd Exell (AUS)
  • 2014. Boyd Exell (AUS)
  • 2013. Koos De Ronde (HOL)
  • 2012. Boyd Exell (AUS)
  • 2011. Ijsbrand Chardon (NED)
  • 2010. Thibault Coudry (FRA)