Guilherme Jorge’s course for round A of the individual final was big and technical, but the 35 starters showed us why they’re the best in the world. A lucky 13 were clear with 0 faults while 2 riders jumped clean with a single time penalty, and another 12 riders had just 4 faults.

The rules are such that all 4 faulters are invited back for round B, meaning a potential of 27 pairs may return for the second round starting at 12:30 eastern.

Here’s a list of those still in the medal hunt:

1.Nick Skelton (CAN) – 0
2.Edwina Tops-Alexander (AUS) – 0
3.Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED) – 0
4.Martin Fuchs (SUI) – 0
5.Steve Guerdat (SUI) – 0
6.Sergio Alvarez Moya (ESP) – 0
7.Sheikh Ali Al Thani (QAT) – 0
8.Christian Ahlmann (GER) – 0
9.Daniel Deusser (GER) – 0
10.Roger Yves Bost (FRA) – 0
11.Kent Farrington (USA) – 0
12.Peder Fredricson (SWE) 0
13.Eric Lamaze (CAN) – 0
14.Matias Albaraccin (ARG) – 1
15.Rene Tebbel (UKR) 1
16.Luciana Diniz (POR) – 4
17.Henrik von Eckermann (SWE) – 4
18.Harrie Smolders (NED) – 4
19.Ben Maher (GBR) – 4
20.Tiffany Foster (CAN) – 4
21.Philippe Rozier (FRA) – 4
22.Pedro Veniss (BRA) – 0
23.Yousef Al Rumaihi (QAT) – 4
24.Kevin Staut (FRA) – 4
25.McLain Ward (USA) – 4
26.Alvaro doda de Miranda (BRA) – 4
27.Maikel van der Vleuten (NED) – 4