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Jumping Indoor Maastricht 2024

This year Jumping Indoor Maastricht will be organised from 8 till 10 November. JIM offers top sport with, among others, the FEI Driving World Cup and the Grand Prix of Maastricht combined with the Limburg hospitality. An event for the whole family!

 

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The openings class on Friday night went to crowd-pleaser Bram Chardon, but on Saturday it was Boyd Exell that came out on top. 

Like Bram Chardon, the winner of the first world cup qualification in Lyon had received a wild card invite to Maastricht. Although that entailed the two rivals could not earn any world cup points, both the top honours and prize money were up for grabs. 

“Bram and I put the pressure on each other and gave it our all. When you are the first to start, you give your competitors valuable information. So, you cannot make any mistakes. However, if you keep a clean slate, you can put the pressure on the other drivers. That happened to me yesterday and now the roles were reversed. Beautiful sport and super exciting for the crowd! The atmosphere is amazing here, I love driving in Maastricht.”

The world cup points are essential to qualify for the world cup final in Bordeaux in February. That made the number two, Michael Brauchle from Germany, perhaps the biggest winner of the night. Dutchman Koos de Ronde picked up fourth place and a hefty number of points as well. 

Find the timetable and results here

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