CHIO Aachen: ARD and WDR broadcast live
Of course, it is best experienced live in the stadium, however, there is going to be extensive coverage of the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen, on TV too.
The highlights from June 28th onwards are the Opening Ceremony on Tuesday evening (8.15 pm, WDR live), the Turkish Airlines-Prize of Europe on Wednesday (8.15 pm, WDR live), the Mercedes-Benz Nations’ Cup on Thursday evening (8.15 pm, WDR live), the SAP-Cup (Cross-country competition of the eventers) from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm on WDR and on the final Sunday (July 3rd) from 11 am onwards live images on ARD and WDR of the Rolex Grand Prix and Deutsche Bank Prize (Dressage). The live programme will be enhanced by summaries and reports on the individual days of the show – for example of the famous Farewell of the Nations.
Thanks to cutting-edge camera technology – for instance the spectacular “Spidercam” will be implemented – the CHIO Aachen 2022 will also be an exciting experience in front of TV and computer screens. In addition to the live transmissions of the sport there will be various report formats, news films and items by Studio Aachen, which will all provide an exciting look behind the scenes. There will be broadcasts in over 140 countries all around the world.
Furthermore, it is possible to watch all competitions live on ClipMyHorse.
The crowd were the decision-makers: Mettmann District Association wins the Prize of HandwerkPrize of Soers goes to Belgium’s Wilm VermeirThree German riders top the rankings in the Lindt Prize, first place goes to Frederic Wandres and BluetoothPrize of the Liselott and Klaus Rheinberger Foundation goes to a Spanish talentSuccess is Contagious - McLain Ward’s second victory in the RWE Prize of North Rhine-WestphaliaBenjamin Aillaud dominates the “Top Score”, the Prize of Fa. Horsch, Der EntsorgerEdouard Schmitz wins the VBR Prize on his debut in Aachen“The Silver Horse” goes to Maren HöfleIn front of 40,000 spectators: Germany wins Mercedes-Benz Nations' Cup