1998 FEI World Equestrian Games

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1998 FEI World Equestrian Games
1998 FEI WEG logo.jpg
Host city Rome, Italy
Nations participating 42
Events 11 in 5 disciplines
Opening ceremony October 1, 1998 (1998-10-01)
Closing ceremony October 11, 1998 (1998-10-11)

The 1998 FEI World Equestrian Games were held in Rome, Italy from October 1 to October 11, 1998. They were the 3rd edition of the games which are held every four years and run by the FEI.

Events[edit]

11 events in 5 disciplines were held in Rome.

Dressage Driving Eventing Jumping Vaulting
Individual Individual Individual Individual Individual Female
Individual Male
Team Team Team Team Team

Medal Summary[edit]

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual dressage
details
Isabell Werth on Gigolo
 Germany
Anky van Grunsven on Bonfire
 Netherlands
Louise Nathhorst on Walk On Top
 Sweden
Team dressage
details
 Germany (GER)
Isabell Werth on Gigolo
Karin Rehbein on Donerhall
Nadine Capellmann on Gracioso
Ulla Salzgeber on Rusty
 Netherlands (NED)
Anky van Grunsven on Bonfire
Coby van Baalen on Ferro
Ellen Bontje on Silvano
Gonnelien Rothenberger on Dondolo
 Sweden (SWE)
Louise Nathhorst on Walk On Top
Ulla Håkansson on Bobby
Annette Solmell on Strauss
Jan Brink on Bjorsell's Fontana
Individual driving
details
Ulrich Werner
 Switzerland
Michael Freund
 Germany
Ton Monhemius
 Netherlands
Team driving
details
 Netherlands (NED)
Ton Monhemius
Ijsbrand Chardon
Harry de Ruyter
 Germany (GER)
Michael Freund
Christoph Sandmann
Helmet Rolfes
 Sweden (SWE)
Jan-Erik Pahlsson
Fredrik Persson
Tomas Eriksson
Individual eventing
details
Blyth Tait on Ready Teddy
 New Zealand
Mark Todd on Broadcast News
 New Zealand
Paula Törnqvist on Monaghan
 Sweden
Team eventing
details
 New Zealand (NZL)
Blyth Tait on Ready Teddy
Mark Todd on Broadcast News
Vaughn Jefferis on Bounce
Sally Clark on Squirrel Hill
 France (FRA)
Marie-Christine Duroy on Summer Song
Rodolphe Scherer on Bambi de Briѐre
Jean-Lou Bigot on Twist de la Beige
Philippe Mull on Viens du Frêne
 Great Britain (GBR)
Polly Phillipps on Coral Cover
Gary Parsonage on Magic Rogue
Nigel Taylor on The Frenchmann II
Karen Dixon on Too Smart
Individual jumping
details
Rodrigo Pessoa on Gandini Lianos
 Brazil
Franke Sloothaak on San Patrignano Jolly
 Germany
Willi Melliger on Calvaro
 Switzerland
Team jumping
details
 Germany (GER)
Lars Nieberg on Loro Piana Esprit
Markus Beerbaum on Lady Weingard
Franke Sloothaak on San Patrignano Jolly
Ludger Beerbaum on P.S. Priamos
 France (FRA)
Alexandra Ledermann on Rochet
Roger-Yves Bost on Airborne Montecillo
Eric Navet on Atout d'Isigny
Thierry Pomel on Thor des Chaines
 Great Britain (GBR)
Diane Lampard on Abbervail Dream
Geoff Billington on It's Otto
Nick Skelton on Hopes are H.
John Whitaker on Heyman
Men's vaulting
details
Devon Maitozo on Whisky
 United States
Matthias Lang on Quitus du Madon
 France
Henrik Ossenbrink on Panjano
 Germany
Women's vaulting
details
Nadia Zülow on Rainbow
 Germany
Kerith Lemon on Pasio
 United States
Janine Oswald on Rainbow
 Germany
Team vaulting
details
 Germany (GER)   Switzerland (SUI)  United States (USA)

Medal count[edit]

Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 5 3 2 10
2  New Zealand 2 1 0 3
3  Netherlands 1 2 1 4
4  United States 1 1 1 3
  Switzerland 1 1 1 3
6  Brazil 1 0 0 1
7  France 0 3 0 3
8  Sweden 0 0 4 4
9  Great Britain 0 0 2 2

Note: Medal count is sorted by total gold medals, then total silver medals, then total bronze medals, then alphabetically.