Farrington, Ward Advance to Final Round of Indiviudal Jumping at Rio

Kent Farrington and Voyeur
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Friday 19 August - 17h50 | Meghan Blackburn

Farrington, Ward Advance to Final Round of Indiviudal Jumping at Rio

The U.S. had three riders to qualify for the individual jumping final at the Rio Olympics. Kent Farrington and Voyeur and McLain Ward and Azur advanced to Round B, in which medals will be awarded.

Lucy Davis and Barron had 12 faults and did not advance. The top 20 riders moved on.

First time Olympian Farrington and Voyeur posted another clear round. Through all days of jumping at the Olympics, the pair has only incurred 1 time fault.

Ward and Azur had one rail, and sit on 4 faults.

Farrington sits on top of the final, tied with Sweden's Peder Fredericson and Canada's Eric Lamaze.

Live streaming on NBCOlympics.com continues with the final round at 12:30 EST.

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