Lausanne (SUI), 19 June 2014 – The fifth qualifier of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2014 Europe Division 1 will take place in Rotterdam (NED), tomorrow, 20 June, attracting a field of eight teams.
The starting order, which was determined by a draw held in Rotterdam today, will be as follows:
- Great Britain
Five teams – France, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland and the home side The Netherlands – will be eligible for Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping points in Europe Division 1. France leads the standings in this Division after four events. The detailed standings are available here.
Friday’s competition will begin at 15.45 CEST (local time in The Netherlands, GMT+2 hours) and will be broadcast live on FEI TV, the FEI’s official online video platform.
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“Furusiyya” (Arabic: فروسيه) this single Arabic word conveys so much, embracing the idea of horsemanship, chivalry, and equestrian knowledge in general. The term is a derivation of faris, or horseman and faras, a horse.
Longines is the Official Timekeeper of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping series.
Longines has been based at Saint-Imier (SUI) since 1832. Its watchmaking expertise reflects a strong devotion to tradition, elegance and performance. It has generations of experience as the official timekeeper at world championships and as a partner of international sports federations.
Longines’ passion for equestrian sports began in 1878, when a timepiece was made with a horse and jockey engraved on the watch face. Over the years, the brand has built strong and long-lasting links with equestrian sports. In 1926, for the first time, the brand was involved as timekeeper for the Official International Equestrian Competition of Geneva. Today, Longines’ involvement in equestrianism includes Jumping, Endurance and flat racing.
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