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1980  Moscow Summer Olympics

1980 Summer Olympics - The Results (Equestrian)

Equestrian at the 1980 Moscow Summer Games

 

Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Date Started: July 25, 1980
Date Finished: August 1, 1980
Events: 6

Participants: 68 (59 men and 9 women) from 11 countries
Youngest Participant: POL Jacek Daniluk (18 years, 328 days)
Oldest Participant: ROU Petre Roșca (57 years, 283 days)
Most Medals (Athlete): 8 athletes with 2 medals
Most Medals (Country): URS Soviet Union (8 medals)

  

Overview

The 1980 Olympic equestrian events were devastated by the American-led boycott, one of the few sports for which this was true, as almost all the world’s top riders came from countries that boycotted Moskva, or the equestrian competition, notably West Germany, Australia, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States. Only 11 nations compete at Moskva, with only 68 competitors. Alternative competitions were held for the boycotting nations at the same time as the Moskva Olympics, including the Rotterdam Show Jumping Festival; the International Dressage Festival at Goodwood, West Sussex, England; and the Fontainebleau Eventing Festival in Paris.

Most of the 1980 equestrian events were held at the Konnosportivny Kompleks Profsoyuzov, Bittsevsky Park, or the Trade Union’s Equestrian Complex in Bittsevsky Park. It was specially built for the 1980 Olympics and was later known as the Equestrian Complex Bitsa. The only event not held there was individual jumping which was contested at Lenin Stadium, the main Olympic Stadium.

As would be expected the Soviets dominated the competition, winning eight medals and three events. Mexico won three bronze medals. Italy and Poland won two medals, as seven nations won medals, including non-equestrian nations such as Bulgaria and Romania.

Equestrian at the 1980 Summer Olympics was represented by six events. All of them, with the exception of the Individual Jumping Grand Prix, were held in the Trade Unions' Equestrian Complex, which is situated in the Bitsa Forest Park (southern part of Moscow). Individual Jumping Grand Prix was held in the Grand Arena of the Central Lenin Stadium at Luzhniki (south-western part of Moscow).

Due to the boycott, only eleven nations competed in the equestrian events: Austria, Bulgaria, Guatemala, Finland, Hungary, India, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Romania, and the USSR. Therefore, only a few of the top riders in the world competed, including the Italian eventing team and the current European champion in dressage, Austrian Sissy Theurer. India also sent an eventing team, but all four of its riders were eliminated. There were only 68 entries total in the equestrian competition at the 1980 Olympics.

 

Disciplines

Show jumping

26 riders from seven nations competed over Viatcheslav Kartavski's course, including six teams, none of whom were dominating powers in international show jumping. The course was kept easy, with ideal distances between fences. Only sixteen riders competed in the individual show jumping competition, including one each from Finland and Guatemala. The Guatemalan, Oswaldo Mendaz, finished in fourth place after losing the jump-off for bronze to Mexico’s Joaquin Perez de la Heras. This remained the highest placing of a Guatemalan athlete at the Olympics until Erick Barrondo won an athletics silver medal in 2012. Silver went to Nikolaj Korolkov, finishing with 9.5 penalties, and gold went to Poland’s Jan Kowalczyk, who had a rail in each round.

Dressage

Of the 14 riders (seven nations) competing in dressage, there was only one top international competitor: 26-year-old Elisabeth Theurer on her Hanoverian Mon Cheri. She finished the Grand Prix an astonishing 35 points ahead of the second place finisher Yuri Kovshov, and 82 points ahead of the third place winner Viktor Ugriumov. She spread this margin even further in the Grand Prix Special, to 90 points ahead of silver and 136 points ahead of bronze. However, her win was not marred by controversy, and the Austrian National Equestrian Federation's President resigned after her decision to compete.

Following the boycott from west-block nations, the Soviet Union had to stimulate east-block countries of Bulgaria, Poland and Romania to take part in a team competition on a short notice. As a consequence, most of the participants were very inexperienced and have scored some of the lowest marks in the Olympic history. Without any significant competition, the Soviet dressage team won by a record 803 points ahead of the silver medal winning Bulgarian team. This was managed even without one of their top riders, Elena Petushkova, after her horse died from an illness.

Eventing

Only six nations competed, but with the addition of the 1964 Olympics gold medal winners (Italy) to the team fielded by the USSR (three-time European Champion), there was true competition. Endurance day was held in Bitsa forest park, over very deep footing, and included a 5500 meter Phase A, 3795 meter Steeplechase, 12100 meter Phase C, and a final 7685 meter cross-country course. Although the course was inviting, 11 of the 28 starters were eliminated.
  

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual dressage  Elisabeth Theurer
on Mon Cherie (AUT)
 Yuri Kovshov
on Igrok (URS)
 Viktor Ugryumov
on Shkval (URS)
Team dressage  Soviet Union (URS)
Yuri Kovshov
and Igrok
Viktor Ugryumov
and Shkfval
Vera Misevich
and Plot
 Bulgaria (BUL)
Petar Mandajiev
and Stchibor
Svetoslav lvanov
and Aleko
Gheorghi Gadjev
and Vnimatelen
 Romania (ROU)
Anghelache Donescu
and Dor
Dumitru Veliku
and Decebal
Petre Rosca
and Derbist
Individual eventing  Federico Roman
on Rossinan (ITA)
 Aleksandr Blinov
on Galzun (URS)
 Yuri Salnikov
on Pintset (URS)
Team eventing  Soviet Union (URS)
Aleksandr Blinov
and Galzun
Yuri Salnikov
and Pintset
Valery Volkov
and Tskheti
Sergei Rogozhin
and Gelespont
 Italy (ITA)
Federico Roman
and Rossinan
Anna Casagrande
and Daleye
Mauro Roman
and Dourakine 4
Marina Sciocchetti
and Rohan de Lechereo
 Mexico (MEX)
Yocupicio Manuel Mendivil
and Remember
Rios David Barcena
and Bombon
Soto Jose Luis Perez
and Quelite
Lopez Fabian Vazquez
and Cocaleco
Individual jumping  Jan Kowalczyk
on Artemor (POL)
 Nikolai Korolkov
on Espadron (URS)
 Joaquin Perez Heras
on Alymony (MEX)
Team jumping  Soviet Union (URS)
Vyacheslav Chukanov
and Gepatit
Viktor Poganovsky
and Topky
Viktor Asmaev
and Reis
Nikolai Korolkov
and Espadron
 Poland (POL)
Marian Kozicki
and Bremen
Jan Kowalczyk
and Artemor
Wiesław Hartman
and Norton
Janusz Bobik
and Szampan
 Mexico (MEX)
Joaquin Perez Heras
and Alymony
Jesus Gomez Portugal
and Massacre
Valencia Gerardo Tazzer
and Caribe
Alberto Valdes Lacarra
and Lady Mirka
  

Medals

Soviet Union dominated team competitions, winning gold medals in all of them. However they did not win any individual gold as Italy, Poland and Austria won the individual jumping, eventing and dressage competitions, respectively.

 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union (URS) 3 3 2 8
2  Italy (ITA) 1 1 0 2
 Poland (POL) 1 1 0 2
4  Austria (AUT) 1 0 0 1
5  Bulgaria (BUL) 0 1 0 1
6  Mexico (MEX) 0 0 3 3
7  Romania (ROU) 0 0 1 1
Totals (7 nations) 6 6 6 18
 

Mixed Dressage, Individual

 Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Trade Union's Equestrian Complex, Bitsevsky Park, Moskva
Date Started: July 31, 1980
Date Finished: August 1, 1980
Format: Two rounds, final round score to determine placement.
 

Summary

There were only 14 competitors. The same format was used as in 1972 and 1976, which was rather odd, as the qualifying round advanced 12 riders to the finals, eliminating only two competitors. The only world-class dressage rider in Moskva was Austrian [Sissy Theurer]. She led the qualifying and the final round to easily win the gold medal, as Soviet riders went 2-3-4 against overmatched riders from Bulgaria, Poland, and Romania. The defending gold medalist was Swiss rider [Christine Stuckelberger], who did not compete at the 1980 Olympics, but won the concurrent Goodwood Dressage Festival in West Sussex, England. Theurer's decision to participate in Moskva created considerable controversy in Austria, and resulted in the resignation of the President of the Austrian Equestrian Federation.

 
      Judjes    
    Horse E H C M B Time Points
1. Theurer, Elisabeth AUT Mon Cherie 276 272 286 267 269 7:44 1.370
2. Kovshov, Yuri URS Igrok 258 256 267 266 253 7:35 1.300
3. Ugriumov, Viktor URS Shkval 253 259 241 240 241 8:03 1.234
4. Misevich, Vera URS Plot 246 254 233 248 250 7:53 1.231
5. Kyrklund, Kyra FIN Piccolo 234 240 211 196 240 8:02 1.121
6. Donescu, Anghelache ROM Dor 196 204 185 166 209 7:20 960
7. Gadzhev, Georgi BUL Vnimatelen 155 178 167 187 194 8:15 881
8. Ivanov, Svetoslav BUL Aleko 171 167 161 170 181 7:20 850
9. Mandadzhiev, Petr BUL Schibor 172 181 161 154 178 7:04 846
10. Zagor, Josef POL Helios 148 156 151 164 185 7:35 804
11. Rosca, Petre ROM Derbist 136 158 155 133 159 8:00 741
12. Veliku, Dumitru ROM Decebal 131 161 130 137 161 7:59 720
 

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Horse Medal PTS  
1 Sissy Max-Theurer 23 Austria AUT Mon Cherie Gold 1,370  
2 Yury Kovshov 28 Soviet Union URS Igrok Silver 1,300  
3 Viktor Ugryumov 40 Soviet Union URS Shkval Bronze 1,234  
4 Vira Misevych 35 Soviet Union URS Plot   1,231  
5 Kyra Kyrklund 28 Finland FIN Piccolo   1,121  
6 Anghel Donescu 34 Romania ROU Dor   960  
7 Georgi Gadzhev 39 Bulgaria BUL Vnimatelen   881  
8 Svetoslav Ivanov 28 Bulgaria BUL Aleko   850  
9 Petar Mandadzhiev 50 Bulgaria BUL Schibor   846  
10 Jozef Zagor 39 Poland POL Helios   804  
11 Petre Roșca 57 Romania ROU Derbist   741  
12 Dumitru Velicu 49 Romania ROU Decebal   720  
13 r1/2 Elzbieta Morciniec 36 Poland POL Sum      
14 r1/2 Wanda Wąsowska 49 Poland POL Damask      

 

 

Mixed Dressage, Team

 Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Trade Union's Equestrian Complex, Bitsevsky Park, Moskva
Date Started: July 31, 1980
Date Finished: July 31, 1980
Format: Three rider teams, all three scores to count. Team/individual competitions held concurrently.
 

Summary

Only four teams were entered, and the event was basically a junior varsity competition. The Soviets won the gold medal, followed by Bulgaria and Romania, with Poland in fourth. This is the only equestrian medal ever won by Bulgaria at the Olympics, while Romania did win a silver medal in 1936 in individual jumping. At the Goodwood Dressage Festival, held concurrently with the Olympics, West Germany, the pre-eminent nation in this discipline, won the gold medal, followed by Switzerland and Denmark.

 
      Judjes      
    Horse E H C M B Time Points Team Points
Kovshov, Yuri URS Igrok 313 312 311 333 319 10:00 1.588 4.383
Ugriumov, Viktor   Shkval 310 313 301 291 326 9:00 1.541  
Misevich, Vera   Plot 239 252 263 231 269 8:52 1.254  
                     
Mandadzhiev, Petr BUL Schibor 236 262 244 254 248 8:11 1.244 3.580
Ivanov, Svetoslav   Aleko 228 232 239 240 251 8:15 1.190  
Gadzhev, Georgi   Vnimatelen 241 209 223 216 257 9:08 1.146  
                     
Donescu, Anghelache ROM Dor 239 253 258 273 232 8:17 1.255 3.346
Veliku, Dumitru   Decebal 225 194 225 208 224 8:57 1.076  
Rosca, Petre   Derbist 228 179 224 191 193 8:45 1.015  
                     
Zagor, Josef POL Helios 205 202 229 207 218 8:33 1.061 2.945
Morciniec, Elke-Karin   Sum 183 181 208 167 215 9:08 954  
Wasowska, Wanda   Damask 173 174 193 184 206 8:23 930  
                     
Theurer, Elisabeth AUT Mon Cherie 325 321 325 316 336 8:45 1.623  
                     
Kyrklund, Kyra FIN Piccolo 297 303 296 276 286 8:40 1.458  
 
 
 

Mixed Jumping, Individual

 Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Grand Arena, Central Lenin Stadium Area, Moskva
Date Started: August 3, 1980
Date Finished: August 3, 1980
Format: Two rounds. Total score for both rounds determined placement.
 

Summary

Only 16 riders and horses started and none of them were among the world's elite jumpers. In round one four riders led with only 4.00 faults, but Poland's [Jan Kowalczyk] also had only 4.00 faults in round two to win the gold medal. Soviet [Nikolay Korolkov] had 4 and 5.5 faults in the two rounds to win silver, while the bronze medal came down to a jump-off between Mexican [Joaqui­n Perez] and Guatemalan [Oswaldo Mendez]. Both had 4.00 faults in the jump-off but Perez won the bronze medal with a narrow win based on time, 43.23 to 43.59 seconds.

The Rotterdam Show Jumping Festival was held for teams and riders not competing in Moskva, and had 38 starters from 18 nations. The title there was won by Austrian [Hugo Simon], with Britain's [John Whitaker] second, and American [Melanie Smith] third.

 
  Rounds 1 and 2              
      Horse Fouls Time Time foul Total Total 1&2
1 Kowalczyk, Jan POL Artemor 4 84,07 0 4,00 8,00
2 Korolkov, Nikolai URS Espadron 4 100,08 1,50 5,50 9,50
3 Mendez Herbruger, Oswaldo GUA Pampa 4 93,5 0 4,00 12,00
3 Perez Heras, Joaquin MEX Alymony 4 90,38 0 4,00 12,00
5 Poganovski, Viktor URS Topki 7 112,61 4,50 11,50 15,50
6 Hartman, Wieslaw POL Norton 12 87,25 0 12,00 16,00
7 Hevesi, Barnabás HUN Bohem 8 90,73 0 8,00 24,00
8 Kozicki, Marian POL Bremen 12 96,30 0,50 12,50 24,60
9 Chukanov, Viacheslav URS Gepatit 12 97,14 0,75 12,75 24,75
10 Pavlov, Boris BUL Monblan 8 104,49 2,50 10,50 26,50
11 Valdes Lacarra, Alberto MEX Lady Mirka 16 94,56 0 16,00 28,00
12 Wegelius, Christopher FIN Monday Morning 12 103,96 2,25 14,25 30,25
13 Dimitrov, Nikola BUL Vals 12 95,45 0,25 12,25 36,25
14 Krucsó, Ferenc HUN Vadrozsa 20 111,85 4,25 24,25 40,25
                 
  Jump-off, 3rd place     Fouls Time Time foul    
3 Perez Heras, Joaquin MEX Alymony 4 43,23 0    
4 Mendez Herbruger, Oswaldo GUA Pampa 4 43,59 0    
  Round 1            
      Horse Fouls Time Time foul Total
1 . Korolkov, Nikolai URS Espadron 4 110,00 0 4,00
1 . Hartman, Wieslaw POL Norton 4 93,91 0 4,00
1 . Poganovski, Viktor URS Topki 4 106,15 0 4,00
1 . Kowalczyk, Jan POL Artemor 4 94,84 0 4,00
5, Perez Heras, Joaquin MEX Alymony 8 97,20 0 8,00
5, Mendez Herbruger Oswaldo GUA Pampa 8 107,31 0 8,00
7, Valdes Lacarra, Alberto MEX Lady Mirka 12 107,25 0 12,00
7, Kozicki, Marian POL Bremen 12 96,88 0 12,00
7, Chukanov, Viacheslav URS Gepatit 12 104,53 0 12,00
10, Pavlov, Boris BUL Monblan 16 107,00 0 16,00
10, Krucsó, Ferenc HUN Vadrozsa 16 111,60 0 16,00
10, Hevesi, Barnabás HUN Bohem 16 101,76 0 16,00
10, Wegelius, Christopher FIN Monday Morning 16 108,58 0 16,00
14, Dimitrov, Nikola BUL Vals 24 103,06 0 24
Genov, Dimitr BUL Makbet       ab
Gomez Portugal, Jesus MEX Massacre       dq
 

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Horse Medal F JOF JOT  
1 Jan Kowalczyk 38 Poland POL Artemor Gold 8.00      
2 Nikolay Korolkov 33 Soviet Union URS Espadron Silver 9.50      
3 Joaqui­n Perez 43 Mexico MEX Alymony Bronze 12.00 4.00 43.23  
4 Oswaldo Mendez 23 Guatemala GUA Pampa   12.00 4.00 43.59  
5 Viktor Pohanovskiy 30 Soviet Union URS Topky   15.50      
6 Wiesl‚aw Hartman 29 Poland POL Norton   16.00      
7 Barnabas Hevesy 30 Hungary HUN Bohem   24.00      
8 Marian Kozicki 39 Poland POL Bremen   24.50      
9 Vyacheslav Chukanov 28 Soviet Union URS Gepatit   24.75      
10 Boris Pavlov 34 Bulgaria BUL Montblanc   26.50      
11 Alberto Valdes, Jr. 29 Mexico MEX Lady Mirka   28.00      
12 Christopher Wegelius 35 Finland FIN Monday Morning   30.25      
13 Nikola Dimitrov 33 Bulgaria BUL Vals   36.25      
14 Ferenc Krucso 28 Hungary HUN Vadrozsa   40.25      
AC Dimitar Genov 32 Bulgaria BUL Makbet         DNF
AC Jesiºs Gomez 39 Mexico MEX Massacre         DQ
 

Mixed Jumping, Team

 Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Trade Union's Equestrian Complex, Bitsevsky Park, Moskva
Date Started: July 29, 1980
Date Finished: July 29, 1980
Format: Two rounds. Four rider teams. Best three scores in each round determined team total. Separate competition.
 

Summary

Only six teams were entered, none of them among the best in the world in show jumping. Four-person teams rode two rounds with the best three scores in each round to count towards the team score. The Soviet Union had the best score in both rounds to win the gold medal easily, with Poland taking silver and Mexico the bronze. One interesting note is that with five of the six nations coming from the Soviet Bloc, only one woman competed in this event, Romanian [Dania Popescu]. At the Rotterdam Show Jumping Festival, held for nations not competing in Moskva, 13 teams competed, as Canada won the title, followed by Great Britain and Austria.

 
  Rounds 1 and 2                
      Horse Fouls Time Time foul Total Team Total Total 1&2
1 Chukanov, Viacheslav URS Gepatit 0 106,2 0 0 4,25 20,25
  Poganovski, Viktor   Topki 0 113,7 0,25 0,25    
  Asmaev, Viktor   Reis 7 113,8 0,25 7.25*    
  Korolkov, Nikolai   Espadron 4 104,0   4,00    
                   
2 Kozicki, Marian POL Bremen 4 101,8 0 4,00 24,00 56,00
  Kowalczyk, Jan   Artemor 8 97,8 0 8,00    
  Hartman, Wieslaw   Norton 12 96,9 0 12,00    
  Bobik, Janusz   Szampan 24 93,9 0 24.00*    
                   
3 Perez Heras, Joaquin MEX Alymony 4 109,3 0 4,00 20,50 59,75
  Gomez Portugal, Jesus   Massacre 8 107,0 0 8,00    
  Tazzer, Valencia Gerardo   Caribe 8 114,9 0,50 8,50    
  Valdes Lacarra, Alberto   Lady Mirka 12 115,2 0,75 12,75    
                   
4 Hevesi, Barnabás HUN Bohem 12 107,3 0 12,00 56,00 124
  Kruscó, Ferenc   Vadrozsa 16 110,2 0 16,00    
  Balogi, András   Artemis 28 108,1 0 28,00    
  Varró, József   Gambrinusz       61.75*    
                   
5 Bozan, Alexandru ROM Prejmer 31 115,3 0,75 31,75 106,25 150,5
  Popescu, Dania   Sonor 32 115,3 0,75 32,75    
  Popa, loan   Licurici 40 119,1 1,75 41,75    
  Velea, Dumitru   Fudul       61.75*    
                   
6 Genov, Dimitr BUL Makbet 23 124,9 3,00 26,00 83,00 159,5
  Kachev, Khristo   Povod 28 111,2 0 28,00    
  Dimitrov, Nikola   Vals 23 136,7 6,00 29,00    
  Pavlov, Boris   Monblan 28 128,6 4,00 32.00*    
 
Rounds 1              
    Horse Fouls Time Time foul Total Team Total
Asmaev, Viktor URS Reis 4 92,6 0 4,00 16,00
Chukanov, Viacheslav   Gepatit 4 109,1 0 4,00  
Korolkov, Nikolai   Espadron 8 106,4 0 8,00  
Poganovski, Viktor   Topki 8 110,7 0 8.00*  
               
Kowalczyk, Jan POL Artemor 4 96,4 0 4,00 32,00
Hartman, Wieslaw   Norton 12 98,9 0 12,00  
Bobik, Janusz   Szampan 16 92,4 0 16,00  
Kozicki, Marian   Bremen 29 130,5 4,50 33.50*  
               
Perez Heras, Joaquin MEX Alymony 8 108,9 0 8,00 39,25
Valdes Lacarra, Alberto   LadyMirka 8 109,5 0 8,00  
Tazzer, Valencia Gerardo   Caribe 19 130,0 4,25 23,25  
Gomez Portugal, Jesus   Massacre 27 113,7 0,25 27.25*  
               
Bozan, Alexandru ROM Prejmer 12 100,1 0 12,00 44,25
Velea, Dumitru   Fudul 12 110,8 0 12,00  
Popescu, Dania   Sonor 20 113,4 0,25 20,25  
Popa, loan   Licurici 48 135,2 5,75 53.75*  
               
Hevesi, Barnabás HUN Bohem 16 108,1 0 16,00 68,00
Krucsó, Ferenc   Vadrozsa 16 109,9 0 16,00  
Varró, József   Gambrinusz 36 109,0 0 36,00  
Balogi, András   Artemis       dq  
               
Dimitrov, Nikola BUL Vals 16 119,4 1,75 17,75 76,50
Pavlov, Boris   Monblan 21 143,7 7,75 28,75  
Genov, Dimitr   Makbet 27 124,3 3,00 30,00  
Kachev, Khristo   Povod 29 175,3 16,00 45.00*  
 

Mixed Three-Day Event, Individual

Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Trade Union's Equestrian Complex, Bitsevsky Park, Moskva
Date Started: July 25, 1980
Date Finished: July 27, 1980
Format: Dressage, cross-country, and jumping. 
 

Summary

There were only 28 starters from seven nations, with only Italy having a significant international equestrian history. Even India fielded a team, which had never before competed in Olympic equestrianism. Italy's [Federico Roman] won the gold medal by taking the lead in the endurance phase, and missing only one fence in the jumping. Soviet riders went 2-3-4 – [Aleksandr Blinov] winning silver, [Yury Salnikov] bronze, and [Valery Volkov] placing fourth. At the Fontainebleau Eventing Festival in Paris, Denmark's Nils Haagensen won the title, followed by American [Jimmy Wofford] and [Torrance Watkins].

 
Final standings            
  Horse Dressage Endurance Jumps Total
1.Roman, Federico ITA Rossinan 54,4 49,2 5,00 108,60
2.Blinov, Aleksandr URS Galzun 64,4 56,4 0 120,80
3.Salnikov, Yuri URS Pintset 53,0 93,6 5,00 151,60
4.Volkov, Valeri URS Tskheti 54,0 125,6 5,00 184,60
5.Donchev, Tsvetan BUL Medisson 66,4 114,4 5,00 185,80
6.Szlapka, Miroslaw POL Erywan 52,4 184,4 5,00 241,80
7.Casagrande, Anna ITA Daleye 61,2 190,0 15,00 266,20
8.Roman, Mauro ITA Dourakine-4 63,4 218,0 0 281,40
9.Sciocchetti, Marina ITA Rohan de Lechereo 55,2 243,2 10,00 308,40
10.Mendivil, Manuel MEX Remember 53,0 264,0 2,75 319,75
11.Rogozhin, Sergei URS Gelespont 57,0 266,8 15,00 338,80
12.Barcena, David MEX Bombona 54,4 265,6 42,50 362,50
13.Wierzchowiecki, Jacek POL Bastion 43,0 368,8 0 411,80
14.Cseresnyés, László HUN Fapipa 85,0 331,2 20,00 436,20
15.Perez, SotoJoseLuis MEX Quelite 64,0 515,6 11,00 490,60
16.Grozner, István HUN Biboros 66,6 422,0 10,00 498,60
17.Horváth, Zoltán HUN Lamour 65,2 578,4 25,00 668,60
–DaryaSingh IND Bobby 94,8     dq
–Vazquez, Fabian MEX Cocaleco 62,0     dq
–KhanMohammedkhan IND l-Am-lt 74,0     dq
–Datsinski, Trifon BUL Mentor-2 65,8     dq
–Jasinski, Stanislaw POL Hangar 55,8     dq
–Sybev, Dzhenko BUL Normativ 59,4     dq
–Ahluwalia IND Shiwalik 84,0     dq
–Oláh, Mihály HUN Ados 64,0     dq
–Daniluk, Jacek POL Len 49,2     ab
–KhanHussain IND Rajdoot 81,8     ab
–Khristov, Dimo BUL Bogez 68,8 265,6   ab
Dressage competition              
      Juges/Judges        
      H C M Average   Penalties
1.Wierzchowiecki, Jacek POL Bastion 97,8 106,2 99,0 101,00 43,00
2.Daniluk, Jacek POL Len 93,0 99,0 92,4 94,80 49,20
3.Szlapka, Miroslaw POL Erywan 90,6 93,0 91,2 91,60 52,40
4.Salnikov, Yuri URS Pintset 82,2 96,0 94,8 91,00 53,00
4.Mendivil, Manuel MEX Remember 88,8 96,6 87,6 91,00 53,00
6.Volkov, Valeri URS Tskheti 93,6 87,6 88,8 90,00 54,00
7.Roman, FedericoEuro ITA Rossinan 87,0 90,6 91,2 89,60 54,40
7.Barcena, David MEX Bombona 83,4 96,0 89,4 89,60 54,40
9.Sciocchetti, Marina ITA   89,4 85,8 91,2 88,80 55,20
10.Jasinski, Stanislaw POL Hangar 93,0 88,2 83,4 88,20 55,80
11.Rogozhin, Sergei URS Gelespont 88,2 82,2 90,6 87,00 57,00
12.Sybev, Dzhenko BUL Normativ 88,2 87,6 84,0 86,60 59,40
13.Casagrande, Anna ITA Daleye 74,4 82,2 91,8 82,80 61,20
14.Vazquez, Fabian MEX Cocaleco 81,6 83,4 81,0 82,00 62,00
15.Roman, Mauro ITA Dourakine-4 83,4 77,4 81,0 80,60 63,40
16.Oláh, Mihály HUN Ados 79,8 75,0 85,2 80,00 64,00
16.Perez, SotoJoseLuis MEX Quelite 85,8 72,6 81,6 81,00 64,00
18.Blinov, Aleksandr URS Galzun 79,2 75,6 84,0 79,60 64,40
19.Horváth, Zoltán HUN Lamour 93,6 78,0 70,8 80,80 65,20
20.Datsinski, Trifon BUL Mentor-2 75,6 76,8 82,2 78,20 65,80
21.Donchev, Tsvetan BUL Medisson 81,0 74,4 77,4 77,60 66,40
22.Grozner, István HUN Biboros 74,4 80,4 77,4 77,40 66,60
23.Khristov, Dimo BUL Bogez 78,0 71,4 76,2 75,20 68,90
24.Khan Mohammedkhan IND l-Am-lt 63,6 73,2 73,2 70,00 74,80
25.Khan Hussain IND Rajdoot 62,4 53,4 70,8 62,20 81,80
26.Ahluwalia IND Shiwalik 58,2 60,0 61,8 60,00 84,00
27.Cseresnyés, László HUN Fapipa 60,0 51,0 66,0 59,00 85,00
28.DaryaSingh IND Bobby 50,4 46,8 50,4 49,20 94,8
26.7 Endurance test                  
        Penalties     Penalties    
    Horse               A B Time C D Time Total
1.Roman, FedericoEuro ITA Rossinan 0 0 0 0 0 49,2 49,2
2.Blinov, Aleksandr URS Galzun 0 0 2,4 0 0 54,0 56,4
3.Salnikov, Yuri URS Pintset 0 0 1,6 0 20 72,0 93,6
4.Donchev, Tsvetan BUL Medisson 0 0 0 0 0 114,4 114,4
5.Volkov, Valeri URS Tskheti 0 0 4,0 0 60 61,6 125,6
6.Szlapka, Miroslaw POL Erywan 0 0 1,6 0 100 82,8 184,4
7.Casagrande, Anna ITA Daleye 0 0 0 0 100 90,0 190,0
8.Roman, Mauro ITA Dourakine-4 0 0 0 0 100 118,0 218,0
9.Sciocchetti, Marina ITA Rohan de Lechereo 0 60 25,6 0 60 97,6 243,2
10.Mendivil, Manuel MEX Remember 0 0 3,2 0 120 140,8 264,0
11.Barcena, David MEX Bombona 0 0 38,4 0 80 147,2 265,6
12.Khristov, Dimo BUL Boghez 0 0 3,2 0 120 142,4 265,6
13.Rogozhin, Sergei URS Gelespont 0 0 0 0 120 146,8 266,8
14.Cseresnyés, László HUN Fapipa 0 0 36,8 0 140 154,4 331,2
15.Wierzchowiecki, Jacek POL Bastion 0 0 4,0 0 180 184,8 368,8
16.Perez, SotoJoseLuis MEX Quelite 0 0 23,2 0 200 192,4 415,6
17.Grozner, István HUN Biboros 0 0 40,8 0 200 181,2 422,0
18.Horváth, Zoltán HUN Lamour 0 0 88,0 0 180 310,4 578,4
–DaryaSingh IND Bobby 0 0 35,2       dq
–Vazquez, Fabian MEX Cocaleco 0 0 8,8       dq
–Khan Mohammedkhan IND l-Am-lt 0 80 66,4       dq
–Datsinski, Trifon BUL Mentor-2 0 0 12,0       dq
–Jasinski, Stanislaw POL Hangar 0 0 1,6       dq
–Sybev, Dzhenko BUL Normativ 0 0 0       dq
–Ahluwalia IND Shiwalik 0 60 128,0       dq
–Oláh, Mihály HUN Ados 0 20 72,0       dq
–Daniluk, Jacek POL Len 0 0 0       ab
–Khan Hussain IND Rajdoot 0 0 44,8       ab
27.7 Jumping          
    Horse Penalty Time  
1.Blinov, Aleksandr URS Galzun 0 0 0
1.Roman, Mauro ITA Dourakine-4 0 0 0
1.Wierzchowiecki, Jacek POL Bastion 0 0 0
4.Mendivil, Manuel MEX Remember 0 2,75 2,75
5.Roman, FedericoEuro ITA Rossinan 5 0 5,00
5.Salnikov, Yuri URS Pintset 5 0 5,00
5.Volkov, Valeri URS Tskheti 5 0 5,00
5.Donchev, Tsvetan BUL Medisson 5 0 5,00
5.Szlapka, Miroslaw POL Erywan 5 0 5,00
10.Sciocchetti, Marina ITA Rohan de Lechereo 10 0 10,00
10.Grozner, István HUN Biboros 10 0 10,00
12.Perez, SotoJoseLuis MEX Quelite 10 1,00 11,00
13.Casagrande, Anna ITA Daleye 15 0 15,00
13.Rogozhin, Sergei URS Gelespont 15 0 15,00
15.Cseresnyés, Láczló HUN Fapipa 20 0 20,00
16.Horváth, Zoltán HUN Lamour 25 0 25,00
17.Barcena, RiosDavid MEX Bombona 35 7,50 42,50
–Khristov, Dimo BUL Bogez     ab
 

Final Standings

 
Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Horse Medal PTS  
1 Federico Roman 27 Italy ITA Rossinan Gold -108.60  
2 Aleksandr Blinov 25 Soviet Union URS Galzun Silver -120.80  
3 Yury Salnikov 30 Soviet Union URS Pintset Bronze -151.60  
4 Valery Volkov 32 Soviet Union URS Tskheti   -184.60  
5 Tsvetan Donchev 27 Bulgaria BUL Medisson   -185.80  
6 Mirosl‚aw Szl‚apka 23 Poland POL Erywan   -241.80  
7 Anna Casagrande 21 Italy ITA Daleye   -266.20  
8 Mauro Roman 26 Italy ITA Dourakine 4   -281.40  
9 Marina Sciocchetti 21 Italy ITA Rohan de Lechereo   -308.40  
10 Manuel Mendi­vil 44 Mexico MEX Remember   -319.75  
11 Sergey Rogozhin 24 Soviet Union URS Gelespont   -338.80  
12 David Barcena 38 Mexico MEX Bombona   -362.50  
13 Jacek Wierzchowiecki 36 Poland POL Bastion   -411.80  
14 Laszlo Cseresnyes 21 Hungary HUN Fapipa   -436.20  
15 Jose Luis Perez Soto 37 Mexico MEX Quelite   -490.60  
16 Istvan Grozner 24 Hungary HUN Biboros   -498.60  
17 Zoltan Horvath 25 Hungary HUN Lamour   -668.60  
AC Dimo Khristov 27 Bulgaria BUL Bogez     DNF
AC Stanisl‚aw Jasil„ski 20 Poland POL Hangar     DNF
AC Dzhenko Sabev 33 Bulgaria BUL Normativ     DNF
AC Fabian Vazquez 37 Mexico MEX Cocaleco     DNF
AC Mihaly Olah 31 Hungary HUN Ados     DNF
AC Trifon Datsinski 27 Bulgaria BUL Mentor-2     DNF
AC Muhammad Khan 36 India IND I-Am-It     DNF
AC Darya Singh 32 India IND Bobby     DNF
AC Jitendarjit Singh Ahluwalia 25 India IND Shiwalik     DNF
AC Jacek Daniluk 18 Poland POL Len     DNF
AC Hussain Khan 35 India IND Rajdoot     DNF
 

Mixed Three-Day Event, Team

 Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Trade Union's Equestrian Complex, Bitsevsky Park, Moskva
Date Started: July 25, 1980
Date Finished: July 27, 1980
Format: Four rider teams, best three scores to count for the team total. Team/individual competitions held concurrently.
 

Summary

Only seven teams competed with four finishing the three phases. The Soviet Union won the gold medal comfortably over Italy, which does have an equestrian history. Mexico was third with Hungary, the only other nation to finish, in fourth. At the Fontainebleau Eventing Festival in Paris, France won the title with West Germany second and Australia third.

 
  Horse Dressage Endurance Jumps Total
             
Blinov, Aleksandr URS Galzun 64,4 56,4 0 457,00
Salnikov, Yuri   Pintset 53,0 93,6 5,00  
Volkov, Valeri   Tskheti 54,0 125,6 5,00  
Rogozhin, Sergei   Gelespont 57,0 266,8 15,00  
             
Roman, Federico ITA Rossinan 54,4 49,2 5,00 656,20
Casagrande, Anna   Daleye 61,2 190,0 15,00  
Roman, Mauro   Dourakine-4 63,4 218,0 0  
Sciocchetti, Marina   Rohan de Lechereo 55,2 243,2 10,00  
             
             
Mendivil, Manuel MEX Remember 53,0 264,0 2,75 1.172,85
Barcena, David   Bombona 54,4 265,6 42,50  
Perez, SotoJose Luis   Quelite 64,0 415,6 11,00  
Vazquez, Fabian Cocaleco     62,0 dq    
             
Cseresnyés, László HUN Fapipa 85,0 331,2 20,00 1.603,40
Grozner, István   Biboros 66,6 422,0 10,00  
Horváth, Zoltán   Lamour 65,2 578,4 25,00  
Oláh, Mihály   Ados 64,2 dq    
             
Szlapka, Miroslaw POL Erywan 52,40 184,4 5,00  
Wierzchowiecki, Jacek   Bastion 43,00 368,8    
Daniluk, Jacek   Len 49,20 ab    
Jasinski, Stanislaw   Hangar 55,80 dq    
             
Donchev, Tsvetan BUL Medisson 66,40 114,4 5,00  
Khristov, Dimo   Bogez 68,80 265,6 ab  
Sybev, Dzhenko   Normativ 59,40 dq    
Datsinski, Trifon   Mentor-2 65,80 dq    
             
Khan Mohammedkhan IND l-Am-lt 74,00 dq    
Khan Jussian   Rajdoot 81,90 dq    
Ahluwalia   Shiwalik 84,00 dq    
DaryaSingh   Bobby 94,80 dq    

 

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