The big junior world & senior European championships of the year 2015 are over. We all followed them in some form or another. But how big have they been? Let’s take a look on the numbers.
7 nations won medals in both vaulting championships.
2 nations stood on the podium that haven’t been on any podium before: Columbia & Mauritius.
3 German senior male individuals brought home all three medals of their category. That happened last at he the junior European championships in 2010.
Vaulters from 4 continents took part in the junior worlds: Africa, Australia, Europe & America. Just Asia & Antarctica were missing.
3 continets ended up with at least one medal at the junior worlds: America, Europe & Africa.
21 countries were part of the junior world championship.
2 horses weren’t accpeted at the European championships for seniors.
The video of Lisa Wild’s salto in practice got 24.879 views.
6.500 spectators watched the European senior championships live in the arena.
3 of 4 disciplines of the senior European championship were predicted right by the VaultingNews readers. They didn’t expected Jannis Drewell & that Anna Cavallaro would withdraw.
56 individuals (37 females & 19 males), 11 pas de deux and 12 squads took part in the world championship for juniors.
It was Balázs Bence horse number 8 in one year that he competed on during the world championships.
There were 14.000 viewers a day on the livestream of the junior worlds.
12.500 pageviews a day on www.vaulting2015.com during the junior championship.
1.600 people followed the latest news of the first FEI World Vaulting Championship for Juniors on Facebook.
And last but nt least, VaultingNews each 18.559 vaulting fans on Facebook on Sunday, the final day of the Eropeans.