The 2020 FEI JWC comprises of three separate jumping events held on February 15th, March 7th, and November 21st.
The Challenge offers an Individual classification per Country and Geographical Zone in each of the jumping height categories. The regional and world rankings are determined from the best results from two of the three events. The Challenge also offers a team classification per geographical zone.
In Category “A” (1.20 – 1.30m) The Aon Trophy was awarded to 1st place winner Kayla Bardgett and her horse Causing Chaos. This team had a cumulative result of zero total faults and a final total time of 112.15.
In Category “B” (1.10 – 1.20m) The Nightmare Trophy was awarded to 1st place winner Philip Correia riding Junior Cardento. This team had a cumulative score of zero faults time of 111.30.
In Category “C” (1.00 – 1.10m) The Central Carolina Trophy was awarded to Philip Correia riding Bon Voyage. This team had a cumulative score of zero faults and a time of 106.59
The 2020 Bermuda Team comprises Causing Chaos & Kayla Bardgett, Junior Cardento & Philip Correia, and Worth the Wait & MacKenzie James
A team must be composed of three different athletes. The 1st placed athlete per Category (A, B, & C) will be a part of the National Federation Team unless the same athlete wins more than one category.
In this case, only the results of the highest category will count for this athlete. In all other categories, the results of the follow-up athlete in the placings will be taken.”
Judging the final phase of the FEI JWC was FEI Judge Judy Hagen of Bermuda. Bermuda equestrians must wait until January 2021 to receive the final and official standings in this year’s FEI JWC as competing countries have until December 31st by which to complete their events.
The winner of the Category A division from each of the different competing regions is then invited to compete in the 2021 FEI JUMPING WORLD FINALS, the location of which has not yet been confirmed.