Ground Jury Appointed for 2024 World Cup Finals

Wed, 12/06/2023 - 10:45
Hans Christian Matthiesen will be president of the ground jury at the 2024 World Cup Finals :: Photo © Astrid Appels

The FEI has appointed the ground jury for the 2024 World Cup Finals in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

It will be the first time that the World Cup Finals will be hosted on a different continent than Europe or North America.

Riyadh hosted its first small CDI as a test event on 15 - 18 November 2023.

The ground jury for the 2024 World Cup Finals will include:

  • Hans-Christian Matthiesen (DEN) - president
  • Eva-Maria Vint-Warmington (EST)
  • Janet Foy (USA)
  • Peter Storr (GBR)
  • Elke Ebert (GER)
  • Thomas Lang (AUT)
  • Susan Hoevenaars (AUS)

The first reserve judge is Maria Colliander (FIN) and the non-travelling second reserve judge is Annette Fransen Iacobaeus (SWE).

The Judging Supervisory Panel includes David Hunt (GBR),  Mary Seefried (AUS),  and Lilo Fore (USA)

The chief steward for the entire championships will be Didier Deschauwer (BEL). The foreign technical delegate will be Carlos Lopes (POR).

Photo © Astrid Appels

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