Day three in the Alltech Arena was for the Individuals Technical rounds and Team Freestyle.
Our female individual representatives are Lucy Phillips and Joanne Eccles with her sister Hannah narrowly missing the cut yesterday after the Compulsory and Freestyle rounds. Both vaulters had a good day. Lucy posted her best ever score of 7.463 in the Technical round – which is like a combination of Compulsory and Freestyle. Her combined score to date is 7.746 which puts her in 13th place overall.
“This is the best I’ve done,” said Lucy. “I’m happy with the score and so far I’ve scored personal bests in each routine so far. It all felt good and the horse was brilliant. You’ve got to have a real bond with your horse and a huge amount of trust in such a big arena.”
After a below-par performance yesterday which saw her drop down a place, Joanne was back on song today. A dramatic routine to ‘Send in the Clowns’ impressed the judges for a mark of 8.435 which gives her 8.327 overall – enough to re-gain the lead ahead of the final freestyle round. After her performance, Joanne said; “I wasn’t up to the mark yesterday but I enjoyed it today. I slipped a bit but held it together and Henry, my horse, was perfect today. I wanted to be gentle and soft in my action and tight in the routine and did just that. This competition has certainly had its ups and downs so far and there are still seven or so girls in with a shout.”
Our single male competitor, Ross Foreman, continues to impress and lies tenth after today’s Technical round on 7.230 after scoring 6.608 for his performance. “Things went well today as this is only the third time I’ve done this routine and I remembered everything – unlike yesterday when I had to do a bit of improvising! I’m in the top ten and now I just have to stay there.”
The day came to a noisy conclusion with the Team Freestyle round and Britain’s all girl squad were strong to score 7.423 giving them a combined score of 6.666 which puts them eighth.
Tomorrow (Saturday) will see the medals won and lost for the Individual competition with a final freestyle round while the Team competition concludes on Sunday.
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