Content tagged with "FEI Sports Forum"

Dr Sarah Coombs, chair of the FEI’s endurance temporary committee, spoke about the importance of equine welfare and the meaning of horsemanship in the sport of endurance.

New Mind-set at the Heart of Latest Endurance Reforms

A complete change in mind-set is at the heart of the endurance reforms presented at the FEI Sports Forum earlier this week. New measures will require horses and riders to upgrade by demonstrating consistency, with speeds capped at 18kph until…

The 2019 FEI Sports Forum will take place April 15-16, 2019.

Registration is Now Open for the 2019 FEI Sports Forum

The FEI Sports Forum 2019 will take place April 15-16 at the IMD business school in Lausanne (SUI). The main topics of discussion at this year’s event will be: Gender Equality Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games Review of Legal…

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FEI Sports Forum 2017 Live and On-demand

The FEI Sports Forum 2017, which will be held at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne (SUI) on April 10-11, will be live-streamed in full on the FEI YouTube Channel. The live feed will also offer the…

A record number of delegates attended the FEI Sports Forum at IMD in Lausanne (SUI), where Olympic and FEI World Equestrian Games™ competition changes were debated at length. Photo by FEI/Richard Juilliart

Olympic Format Debate at FEI Sports Forum

Olympic Press Committee member Alan Abrahamson gave a reality check to a record number of delegates at the FEI Sports Forum as almost 320 participants debated the future shape of equestrian sport in Lausanne (SUI) today. “What you’re facing is…

Olympic champion Steve Guerdat (SUI), centre, speaking on the panel during session three of the FEI Officials’ appointment and remuneration at today’s FEI Sports Forum in IMD, Lausanne, with Wayne Channon (GBR), rapporteur, and fellow panelist Cesar Hirsch (VEN). Photo by FEI/Richard Juilliart

Steve Guerdat Features at FEI Sports Forum

“Being open and transparent is vital to us as we are discussing matters which have the intention to, and most probably will, affect the future of our sport”, FEI President Ingmar De Vos said in his opening address at the…

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FEI Sports Forum 2016 Live on FEI TV

The FEI Sports Forum 2016, which will be held at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne (SUI) on April 4-5, will be live-streamed free of charge on FEI TV, the FEI’s official online video platform. This year’s…

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Change for the Sake of Change?

The marathon debates in Lausanne earlier this week, into the remodelling of equestrian sports for our survival in the OIympic movement, were stimulating and enjoyable. But now that I have slept on it for a few nights, too much of…

Ingmar De Vos, FEI President, closed the FEI Sports Forum 2015 today at the IMD in Lausanne (SUI) thanking all participants, including the International Olympic Committee, National Federations, FEI stakeholders, Organisers and athletes, and the FEI Technical Committees for all their work in preparing the proposals that were heard over the two-day session. (FEI/Germain Arias-Schreiber)

FEI Sports Forum Examines Para-Equestrian Dressage and Non-Olympic Sports

The final afternoon of the two-day FEI Sports Forum focused on Para-Equestrian Dressage and non-Olympic sports, with the session being opened by Trond Asmyr, FEI Director, Dressage and Para-Equestrian Dressage. The decision to limit Freestyle to the top third of…

The panellists of the Jumping Session at the FEI Sports Forum 2015. Pictured from left to right are: Stephan Ellenbruch, FEI Jumping Committee member; John Roche, FEI Director Jumping; John Madden, FEI Jumping Committee chair; and Richard Nicoll, FEI Sports Forum Moderator. Photo FEI/Germain Arias-Schreiber

FEI Sports Forum Debates the Future of Jumping

Proposed changes to the Jumping qualification and competition formats for the Olympic and FEI World Equestrian Games™ as well as the Event Classification and CSI Invitation Systems were the main topics of discussion at the lengthy session that followed the…

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Why Pay Cards Face a Currency Devaluation

Money will always buy personal success in equestrian sport, but is it always going to have the facility to drive the sport overall in a direction suiting the agenda of the super-rich? Maybe not so much anymore. One of the…

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