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CSI 2* Grand Prix Dolce & Gabbana - Girl power
14-09-2019

Among the 24 competitors starting this Grand Prix (1.45 meter), seven pairs managed to qualify for the jump-off. Seven pairs, not a single male rider on the board! Indeed, only the amazons have obviously managed to get out of the subtleties of the course designed by Uliano Vezzani. Obviously in a very good shape this weekend, the Belgian Laura Mathy managed once again to dominate this major Grand Prix of the CSI 2*. Starting in the last position in the jump-off, she clocked a 36.55 seconds round, nearly four seconds ahead of Romanian rider Alexia Apostolescu (41.17 seconds). "It's a dream, I could not imagine a better weekend, I was going last so I was lucky enough to be able to see the other girls' jump-offs, there were not so much clear rounds but I have a fighting spirit so I still gave everything and I finish four seconds faster. It's awesome" the young woman said a few seconds before the prize giving ceremony. Canada's Julia Tops, meanwhile, clocked the third-best stopwatch at 42.45 seconds. Now, let's start the major events of the weekend, the second round of the Global Champions League and the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix.

CSI 2* Grand Prix Dolce & Gabbana - Girl power
14 Sep 2019

Among the 24 competitors starting this Grand Prix (1.45 meter), seven pairs managed to qualify for the jump-off. Seven pairs, not a single male rider on the board! Indeed, only the amazons have obviously managed to get out of the subtleties of the course designed by Uliano Vezzani. Obviously in a very good shape this weekend, the Belgian Laura Mathy managed once again to dominate this major Grand Prix of the CSI 2*. Starting in the last position in the jump-off, she clocked a 36.55 seconds round, nearly four seconds ahead of Romanian rider Alexia Apostolescu (41.17 seconds). "It's a dream, I could not imagine a better weekend, I was going last so I was lucky enough to be able to see the other girls' jump-offs, there were not so much clear rounds but I have a fighting spirit so I still gave everything and I finish four seconds faster. It's awesome" the young woman said a few seconds before the prize giving ceremony. Canada's Julia Tops, meanwhile, clocked the third-best stopwatch at 42.45 seconds. Now, let's start the major events of the weekend, the second round of the Global Champions League and the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix.

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