CHI Geneva

Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping

The four Majors of the Grand Slam

The CHI Geneva is one of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping competitions. This concept unites four of the most prestigious and historic equestrian shows – the CHIO Aachen (GER), the Spruce Meadows "Masters" of Calgary (CAN), The Dutch Masters of 's-Hertogenbosch (NED) and the CHI Geneva – brought together by a shared passion of the sport, excellence and respect of tradition.

These events have been the riders firm favourites for years and are the Majors constituting the Grand Slam of Show Jumping. A Grand Slam henceforth comprising four legs, just like those of tennis and golf.

As of today, Scott Brash is the only rider to have won the Grand Slam, which he managed between December 2014 and September 2015 with Hello Sanctos.

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CHIO Aachen - Germany

Aix-la-Chapelle

Key figures

Date of the next edition 13th to 22th of July 2018
Established in 1898
Spectators 350'000
Location Soers - Aachen - Germany
Number of journalists 600
Total prize money 2.73 million Euros
Website www.chioaachen.de
Winner of the Rolex Grand Slam Grand Prix

2013: Nick Skelton - Big Star
2014: Christian Ahlmann - Codex One
2015: Scott Brash - Hello Sanctos
2016: Philipp Weishaupt - LB Convall
2017: Grégory Wathelet - Corée

Spruce Meadows "Masters" of Calgary - Canada

Calgary

Key figures

Date of the next edition 5th to 9th of September 2018
Established in 1975
Spectators 500'000 all over the year
214'000 during the Masters
Location Spruce Meadows - Calgary - Canada
Number of journalists 400
Total prize money 2.6 Canadian dollar
Website www.sprucemeadows.com
Winner of Rolex Grand Slam Grand Prix 2013: Pieter Devos - Candy
2014: Ian Millar - Dixson
2015: Scott Brash - Hello Sanctos
2016: Scott Brash - Ursula XII
2017: Philipp Weishaupt - L.B. Convall

CHI Geneva - Switzerland

Piste 2014

Key figures

Date of the next edition 7th to 10th of December 2017
Established in 1926
Spectators 42'000
Location Palexpo - Geneva - Switzerland
Number of journalists 220
Total prize money 2.4 millions swiss francs
Website www.chi-geneve.ch
Winner of the Rolex Grand Slam Grand Prix

2013: Steve Guerdat - Nino des Buissonnets
2014: Scott Brash - Hello Sanctos
2015: Steve Guerdat - Nino des Buissonnets
2016: Pedro Veniss - Quabri de l'Isle

The Dutch Masters of s'Hertogenbosch - Netherlands

Dutch Masters

Key figures

Date of the next edition 8th to 11th of March 2018
Established in 1967
Spectators 65'000
Location Brabanthallen - Den Bosch - Netherlands
Number of journalists 200
Total prize money 1.2 millions euros
Website www.thedutchmasters.com
Winner of the Rolex Grand Slam Grand Prix

 

Bonus system

The bonus cycle for each athlete starts at the moment of her/his first win in a Rolex Grand Slam Grand Prix:

  • Four victories in a row : bonus of 2'000'000€
  • Three victories in a row: bonus of 1'000'000€
  • Two victories in a row: bonus of 500'000€
  • Two victories in a period of four successive GP: bonus of 250'000€

Discover the video presentation of the Rolex Grand Slam

Discover the details of the project and the interviews of some of the key players such as Mr. Arnaud Boetsch, Director of Communication and Image at Rolex, of the organisers and riders such as Meredith Michaels Beerbaum, Eric Lamaze and Steve Guerdat.

The Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping in the 19.30 news on RTS

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