Rising star of eventing Jasmin Ingham tops the world in her championship debut
Hosts: Chris Stafford and Nancy Gillen
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Podcast length: 39 mins | Recorded Recorded September 19, 2022
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British Eventing’s rising star 25 year old Yasmin Ingham and her talented 11 year old French gelding Banzei du Loir swept aside a field of the sport’s superstars and veterans to become the newly crowned world champion this weekend at Pratoni del Vivaro in Italy. Silver went to the reigning Olympic Champions from Germany Julia Krajewski riding the 12 year old French mare Amande de B’Néville. Julia also added team gold to her medal collection with USA at last getting back onto the podium earning the silver medal. The last time the US won a medal of any color was 2002 at the World Equestrian Games in Spain. Notably all three teams on the podium in Italy comprised two women and two men showing how equal equestrian sport is.
Elsewhere the NSL season got underway in England and Nancy has a round up including a notable upset already. In the US the NWSL broke record crowds in San Diego topping 32,000, and 17 year old Jaedyn Shaw scored her third consecutive game for the WAVE. The WNBA season wrapped up with victory for Becky Hammon’s Las Vegas Aces. In tennis Czech player 17 year old Linda Fruhvitova becomes youngest tennis player in top 100. And with the Rugby World Cup a few weeks away England announces its squad that will head Down Under.
British Eventing’s Rising Star Jasmin Ingham Crowned World Champion
World Eventing Championships Individual Leaderboard
World Eventing Championships Team Leaderboard
Review of opening WSL weekend
Becky Hammon’s Las Vegas Aces win WNBA
Linda Fruhvitova becomes youngest tennis player in top 100
England announce Rugby World Cup squad
Photo: Jasmin Ingham [COTH/Kimberly Loushin]
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