CV – JAN BRINK

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BACKGROUND

EDUCATION

QUALIFICATIONS

MEDALS

OLYMPICS

CHAMPIONSHIPS

SWEDEN

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Sweden
Norway
Denmark
England
Schweiz
Spain
Italy
Greece
Polen
Germany
Netherlands
Belgium
Portugal
Russia
Australia
China
USA
Canada
Brazil
Japan
France

BACKGROUND

  • Born in Sweden 1960.
  • Plays hockey up to junior team level.
  • Starts riding at the local riding school at around 10-years of age.
  • Gets his first horse at the age of 13, a two-year old crossbred mare, competes both jumping and eventing.
  • Quits hockey to focus on riding in 1976.
  • Does his military service in Hässleholm.
  • Gets to know Britt & Bruno Albinsson in 1980 and they start a cooperation in what is later to become Tullstorp Dressage Stable AB.

EDUCATION

  • Starts elementary school at the age of 6.
  • Starts riding at the local riding school at around 12-years of age.
  • Graduates from elementary school in 1976 and is accepted to Flyinge’s winter equestrian short-term training program.
  • Gets riding education for some years with Georg Theodorescu in Warendorf, Germany.
  • Rides and trains for Herbert Rehbein in Germany for a couple of years.
  • Starts training for Kyra Kyrklund in the mid 90s and still does.

EDUCATION

  • Starts elementary school at the age of 6.
  • Starts riding at the local riding school at around 12-years of age.
  • Graduates from elementary school in 1976 and is accepted to Flyinge’s winter equestrian short-term training program.
  • Gets riding education for some years with Georg Theodorescu in Warendorf, Germany.
  • Rides and trains for Herbert Rehbein in Germany for a few years.
  • Starts training for Kyra Kyrklund in the mid 90s and still does.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 7 Swedish Championship gold medals.
  • 7 international Championship medals.
  • Participates in the Olympic Games in Sidney in 2000.
  • Placed 7th in the Olympic Games in Athens in 2004.
  • Winner of the great Aachen Championship in 2005.
  • Was ranked no. 1 in the world during 2005.
  • Was ranked no. 3 in the world in January 2006.
  • Was ranked no. 5 in the world during 2007.
  • Was 5th in the World Cup in Las Vegas 2007.
  • Was 4th with the team at the Olympic Games in Hong Kong 2008.
  • Was announced Trainer of the Year in Sweden 2012.
  • Has won more than 30 international Grand Prix.
  • Has produced 11 stallion performance test winners.
  • Has produced a total of 25 approved dressage stallions.

MEDALS

  • Swedish Championship gold medals in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
  • European Championship bronze, team 1997.
  • World Championship bronze, team 1998.
  • European Championship silver, individual 2003.
  • European Championship bronze, individually and team 2005.
  • Winner of the Aachen Championship 2005.
  • World Cup-final in Amsterdam, individual bronze 2006.

MEDALS

  • Swedish Championship gold medals in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
  • European Championship bronze, team 1997.
  • World Championship bronze, team 1998.
  • European Championship silver, individual 2003.
  • European Championship bronze, individually and team 2005.
  •  Winner of the Aachen Championship 2005.
  • World Cup-finals in Amsterdam, individual bronze 2006.

OLYMPICS

  • Olympics in Sydney 2000
  • Olympics in Athens 2004 – 7th individually, 6th with the team
  • Olympics in Hong Kong 2008 (Beijing) – 4th with the team

CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • Swedish Championship gold medals in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
  • European Championship bronze, team 1997.
  • World Championship bronze, team 1998.
  • European Championship silver, individual 2003.
  • European Championship bronze, individually and team 2005.
  • Winner of the Aachen Championship 2005.
  • World Cup-final in Amsterdam, individual bronze 2006.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 6-year old in 1997 with Sack.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 3-year old in 2007 with First Wish.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 4-year old in 2008 with Hohenstaufen II.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 3-year old in 2009 with Bellagio.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 5-year old in 2009 with Hohenstaufen II.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 4-year old in 2010 with Bellagio,
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 7-year old in 2011 with Hohenstaufen II,
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 5-year old in 2011 with JJ RayBan,
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 6-year old in 2012 with JJ RayBan,
  • Ida-Linn Lundholm won Swedish Championship for 3-year old in 2015 with Dragon Weltc
  • Ida-Linn Lundholm won Swedish Championship for 4-year old in 2016 with Dragon Welt.

CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • Swedish Championship gold medals in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
  • European Championship bronze, team 1997.
  • World Championship bronze, team 1998.
  • European Championship silver, individual 2003.
  • European Championship bronze, individually and team 2005.
  • Winner of the Aachen Championship 2005.
  • World Cup-finals in Amsterdam, individual bronze 2006.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 6-year olds in 1997 with Sack.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 3-year olds in 2007 with First Wish.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 4-year olds in 2008 with Hohenstaufen II.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 3-year olds in 2009 with Bellagio.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 5-year olds in 2009 with Hohenstaufen II.
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 4-year olds in 2010 with Bellagio,
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 7-year olds in 2011 with Hohenstaufen II,
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 5-year olds in 2011 with JJ RayBan,
  • Jan Brink won Swedish Championship for 6-year olds in 2012 with JJ RayBan,
  • Ida-Linn Lundholm won Swedish Championship for 3-year olds in 2015 with Dragon Weltc
  • Ida-Linn Lundholm won Swedish Championship for 4-year olds in 2016 with Dragon Welt.