WEG SJ start list

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The starting list for tomorrow's speed leg is now available on the WEG website. Ludger Beerbaum 1st to go in field of 116 - John is no. 10, Tim, 39, Robert 70 and Michael 100. For the Irish - Shane Breen 19, Marie Burke 52, Billy Towmey 82 and Cameron Hanley 110.
 

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Yes, according to the programme and the start list it's 11am so 10am for us in Britain. Break due at 13.55 their time after the first 67, restarting 14.40 with finish scheduled for 16.45.
 

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Come on the Irish!
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Look at the WEG website for the Eurosport times (highlights) , but remember the times are 1 hr ahead of Britain. BBC is not due to show anything till the weekend - see my post in the No WEG tomorrow thread.
 

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I have Quick Time and it didn't work for me. Check or download version 7 as it only works on that and you get sound as well. The commentator is very good (I have heard him at a few shows abroad, shame they can't get him to do a few over here), and although it is mostly in German is clear and can understand what is going on. Good roud by JW and Peppermill.
 

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could be demand as i have it running on another computer. Tim just went and had 2 fences down in a resonable time and is 14 out of the 39 gone.
 

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Live stream has been working ok for me since before 10am. I don't have Eurosport - according to the TV timetable on the WEG website Eurosport is due to show highlights of today tomorrow morning between 11.30 & 1 so 10.30 to 12 BST.
 

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Come on Ireland, I see Cian O'Connor is def out so, heard it at work, but could find no confirmation online.

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According to the WEG site he's a reserve, and according to Aertel last night he had a win somewhere on Casper and was supposed to be heading for Aachen today for the World Championships...?

Superville has a bruised shoulder
 

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Some interesting results there - what on earth happened to Malin Bayard? Hers is not a name I expected to see there! That was a huge class. Interestingly 2 Belgian born riders who have recently swapped to Ukranian nationality are in the top 15, bet that's miffed a few!
 

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Parco (like many others) hit the 2nd part of the double of Liverpools (10B) and is in 13th place on 2.05 penalties. Full results are available on the WEG website.
 

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Just found this on Cian's site...

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29th August 2006
Waterford Crystal is withdrawn from the Irish Team today.
It is with the greatest disappointment that I have had to withdraw Waterford Crystal from the Irish Team at the World Equestrian Games in Aachen, Germany today. Although he passed the initial vetting, and jumped extremely well in the warm-up class, and appeared to be hitting top form. We had him out for a walk last evening but he didn't seem to be in the best. We got the team vet, Marcus Swail to take a look at him and it was agreed between myself, the vet and team manager Robert Splaine to withdraw him rather than jeopardise the teams chances for the Nations Cup. Luckily Marie Burke and Chipposon are on hand to take our place, I wish them the very best.

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I thought Waterford Crystal looked a bit "off his game" at Dublin...
 
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