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Exell wins FEI World Cup™ Driving in Geneva for the eighth time


Boyd EXELL (AUS). Bajnok, Clinton Star, Conversano Cselentano & Lucky (Pic Tony Parkes)

Koos de RONDE (NED). Celina 6, Joep, Oosterwijk's Kasper & Zimba (Pic Eric Knoll)

Sebastien MOURIER (FRA). Beretto, Bolyga, Divers et Omenage (Pic Eric Knoll)


By Cindy Timmer

Reigning FEI World Cup™ champion, Boyd Exell from Australia, won the FEI World Cup™ Driving Leg in Geneva for the eighth time in his career on December 13, 2015. He finished over 11 seconds faster than runner up Sébastien Mourier from France, who competed with a wild card, while Dutch driver Koos de Ronde claimed the third place.

Dutch Level 4 Course Designer Johan Jacobs laid out a long course in the largest indoor arena in the world. The track consisted of a spectacular water splash, a bridge, three marathon obstacles and several cones, and despite the early morning start, the tribunes were filled with enthusiastic spectators who enjoyed the skills of the eight drivers performing at the 55th edition of the CHI Geneva.

Results FEI World Cup™ Driving, Geneva (SUI), December 13, 2015:

  1. Boyd Exell (AUS) 328,86

  2. Sébastien Mourier (FRA) 340,22

  3. Koos de Ronde (NED) 343,00

  4. József Dobrovitz (HUN) 181,91

  5. József Dobrovitz jr. (HUN) 190,19

  6. Jérôme Voutaz (SUI) 191,36

  7. Werner Ulrich (SUI) 204,06

  8. Cyril Maret (SUI) 214,59

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