As the calendar ticks closer to the postponed 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan (currently scheduled for July 23 – August 8, 2021), Olympic officials have released Playbooks outlining Covid protocol for Athletes, International Federations,...» Read More!
Horse Sport Ireland Eventing High Performance Director Sally Corscadden has announced the country’s long listed athletes for the postponed Tokyo Olympics. She also announced that Team Ireland dressage coach Ian Woodhead, who took his position...» Read More!
The Versatility Committee of the German Olympics Committee for Equestrianism (DOKR) and the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) have released the Olympic, Prospective, and Junior squads for the three Olympic disciplines ahead of the postponed...» Read More!
All three equestrian disciplines – Jumping, Dressage, and Eventing – have been formally confirmed for the Paris 2024 Olympic program. In addition, the six events – team and individual across each of the three disciplines...» Read More!
Embed from Getty Images As the sporting world looks on anxiously, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the Tokyo 2020 organizing team have pushed ahead with their plans to host the Summer Olympic Games a...» Read More!
Following the announcement of the new dates for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (July 23 to August 8, 2021), sports federations are now considering the impact the postponement will have on their own sporting calendars. For equestrian sport,...» Read More!
After the announcement that the 2020 Summer Olympics would be postponed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, new dates in 2021 have been announced. The Olympics, still to be held in Tokyo, will now commence...» Read More!
Officials are considering a summer start date for the Tokyo Olympics in 2021. The New York Times reported that the opening ceremony will likely be held July 23 of next year. The International Olympic Committee...» Read More!
The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games have officially been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee made the announcement following a conference call with Japanese...» Read More!
Canada and Australia will not send athletes to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games due to COVID-19 risks and are calling for the Games to be postponed until 2021. The Olympic committees for both countries issued...» Read More!
As countries grapple with the growing threat of the coronavirus pandemic, questions have swirled about the 2020 Olympics Games in Tokyo. With the July 24th Opening Ceremony looming, the executive board of the International Olympic...» Read More!
I love how, with each Olympic Games, new amateur experts on all the various sports emerge. Like Leslie Jones, or my husband who watches 45 minutes of curling on NBC and can suddenly mansplain the...» Read More!
Partnered with any epidemic is a heaping helping of wide-spread speculation – oftentimes with little grounding in science and cold, hard facts. But as current headline-hogger coronavirus gains in traction, murmurings about the fate of...» Read More!
U.S. Eventing Performance Director Erik Duvander is busy keeping track of eventers from coast to coast this season, priming and prepping these athletes to produce their best efforts ahead of the 2020 Olympic Games in...» Read More!
Along with its confirmation of the individual quota holders for this summer’s Olympic Games, the FEI and IOC have also released a revised version of the timetable for the equestrian disciplines in Tokyo. These changes...» Read More!
It was starting to feel like rather a long wait since our last update on the trail to Tokyo, wasn’t it? But when it rains, it really does pour, and news of the confirmed team...» Read More!
Interested in a little summer trip to Tokyo? It sounds like the 2020 Olympic equestrian venues, the Equestrian Park in Setagaya and the Sea Forest Cross Country Course in the Tokyo Bay area, could use...» Read More!
Raise a glass, chaps – we’ve officially made it to another Olympic year! But what’s actually been happening since we last checked in on the trail to Tokyo? The closing of 2019 brought with it...» Read More!
Moskow 80 (Part #2) Posted by Bakar Gachechiladze on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 Happy Friday, EN-ers. To celebrate the first weekend of this Olympic year, we’re going to go back in time to another Games —...» Read More!
Why be an Olympian, when you could be a dual Olympian? We’re already familiar with double European eventing champion and five-time Olympian Ingrid Klimke — but some casual followers may not know that Germany’s reigning...» Read More!
One of Britain’s brightest talents has been sold in this winter’s most significant movement thus far, which comes as we close in on the January 15 deadline for Olympic transfers. “Jayne McGivern and I are...» Read More!
The eventing selection procedures for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games are approved and available on the US Equestrian website. If you’re applying, click here to read the document in full — no shortcuts for you! You’ll...» Read More!
With the Nations Cup finale at Military Boekelo behind us, it’s easy to think of the Tokyo team line-up as being set in stone now – after all, the final, much-discussed ticket was awarded at...» Read More!