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FEI Awards 2015: Newly crowned FEI European Jumping champion Jeroen Dubbeldam says vote now!

26 Aug 2015

The FEI Awards 2015, which celebrate the world’s exceptional equestrians, need your nominations – by Friday! Nominations for these prestigious awards, which put the spotlight on excellence, courage, commitment and dedication in the equestrian world...

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Equine surface experts from three continents reach footing consensus

26 Aug 2015

Experts from three continents gathered at a special two-day equine surfaces forum held at the FEI headquarters in Lausanne (SUI) last month. A total of 36 equine, veterinary and footing specialists from Belgium, Canada, Germany, Italy, Malaysia,...

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2 Sep 2015
Endurance - Newspaper / Article referring an interesting research study about Endurance
 
Please find herewith the link to a very interesting article concerning a research study recently published.
 
Officials, veterinarians, athletes and trainers may find the results of the research here:
 
25 Aug 2015
Endurance - Athlete medical report form
Following the recommendation of the FEI Medical Committee, the FEI Endurance Technical Committee will begin a survey for Endurance Athletes Injuries in line with the other FEI disciplines.
 
As of 1 October 2015, a medical report form will be provided to the Medical Doctor or the Medical Services of each Endurance FEI event to be completed and returned to the FEI Endurance Department.
 
This medical form does not require any procedure or signature from the FEI Officials at the event, solely from the Medical Doctor or the Medical Services team at the event.
 
The Organisers of FEI Endurance Events will be asked to give an e-mail address in the draft schedule of the Medical Doctor or the Medical Services team. The relevant persons will then be required to return the form to the FEI Endurance Department to the following e-mail camilla.kjellqvist@fei.org within 5 days following the event. 
 
In case the Medical Doctor or the Medical Services do not have an e-mail address, this will be done through the Event Director.
 
The aim of this survey is to identify what sort of athlete injuries are most common in Endurance events, so that in the future we can prevent or react in a more effective way.
 
You can find the medical form here   
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