Ground Jury Appointed for 2022 World Cup Finals

Thu, 12/23/2021 - 10:57
Henning Lehrmann will be president of the ground jury at the 2022 World Cup Finals :: Photo © Astrid Appels

The FEI has announced the ground jury that will officiate at the 2022 World Cup Finals in Leipzig, Germany, on 6 - 10 April 2022. 

The 2021-2022 FEI World Cup season is in full swing, even though no less than four Western European League qualifiers have already been cancelled due to Covid restrictions (Stuttgart, Salzburg, Mechelen, Amsterdam). 

The Finals will be hosted in Leipzig, where the 2013 edition took place as well.

The ground jury for the 2022 World Cup Finals includes

  • Henning Lehrmann GER (president)
  • Michael Osinski USA
  • Kurt Christensen DEN
  • Isabelle Judet FRA
  • Clive Halsall GBR
  • Annette Fransen Iacobaeus SWE
  • Eddy de Wolff van Westerrode NED

The first reserve judge is Christof Umbach (LUX), the second reserve is Francisco Guerra (ESP). 

Carlos Lopes (POR) will serve as foreign technical delegate, while Jacques van Daele (BEL) is the chief steward. 

The Judging Supervisory Panel will be working in Leipzig with David Hunt (GBR), Linda Zang (USA) and Henk van Bergen (NED) as members. 

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