[:es]La segunda calificativa de la primera etapa de la Copa del Mundo de Volteo 2017/18, el Trofeo Vilaplana, se disputaba hoy a las 17:45.

La italiana Anna Cavallaro ha demostrado porqué ocupa la primera posición del ranking internacional de esta disciplina, coronándose otro año más en Madrid Horse Week con una actuación espectacular que le ha otorgado los tan merecidos 8,615 puntos, lo que sumando los del día anterior hacen un total de 8,500 puntos. Segunda era la alemana Kristina Boe con una puntuación de 8,476 y un total de 8,110 puntos. Tercera, otra italiana Silvia Stopazzini que suma un total de 8,107 puntos en ambas calificativas. Fernando Pascual, Director General de Compass Group en España y Portugal era el encargado de darle el premio a la estrella del volteo.

Por otro lado, en la prueba calificativa masculina, Francisco Benítez, Director de Vilaplana Catering, le daba el premio al suizo Lukas Heppler, que adelantaba al alemán Jannick Heiland, y se colocaba primero con una puntuación de 8,545 puntos, que sumados a los de la primera calificativa hacen un total de 8,689 puntos, colocando al suizo en cabeza para la siguiente etapa. Heiland, que fue primero en la prueba de ayer, ha terminado segundo con una puntuación de 8,433 puntos. Tercero ha sido el húngaro Balazs Bence con una puntuación total de 8,192 puntos.[:en]The second qualifier for the first stage of the 2017/18 Vaulting World Cup, the Vilaplana Trophy, was held today at 5:30 p.m.

The Italian Anna Cavallaro has shown why she occupies the first position in the international ranking of this discipline, winning another year at Madrid Horse Week with a spectacular performance that has given the well deserved 8.615 points, which added to the previous day make a total of 8.500 points. Second was the German Kristina Boe with a score of 8.476 and a total of 8.110 points. Third was another Italian, Silvia Stopazzini that adds a total of 8.107 points in both qualifiers. Fernando Pascual, General Director of Compass Group in Spain and Portugal was in charge of giving the prize to the star of the turn.

On the other hand, in the masculine qualifying class, Francisco Benítez, Director of Vilaplana Catering, gave him the prize to the the Swiss Lukas Heppler who overtook the German Jannick Heiland, and was placed first with a score of 8.545 points, which added to those of the first qualifier make a total of 8.689 points, placing the Swiss in the lead for the next stage. Heiland, who was first in yesterday’s qualifier, finished second with a score of 8.433 points. Third was the Hungarian Balazs Bence with a total score of 8,192 points.[:]

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