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By Dan Palmer
Monday, 19 November 2018
An investigation into the endurance event at this year's World Equestrian Games in Tryon has concluded that there were "multiple issues".
The topic featured heavily during discussions at the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) General Assembly in Bahrain today.
Endurance was beset with problems at the event in the United States with athletes first misdirected at the start of the race on September 12.
FEI officials halted the action after the first loop and the event was restarted as a 120 kilometre competition.
It was claimed that this was the only "pragmatic solution" as there was no possibility to reschedule the event for the following day.
However, the entire competition was then cancelled due to bad weather on the course.
It meant that neither the individual or team medals were awarded.
The FEI instructed the independent Equestrian Community Integrity Unit (ECIU) to investigate while Spain’s Ignasi Casas Vaque was provisionally relieved of his duties as deputy chair and member of the Endurance Committee.
This was pending legal proceedings for alleged incorrect behaviour...
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