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Name  Bernardo Alves

Height  1.86 m
Weight  77 kg
Bernardo Alves
Full name  Bernardo Cardoso de Resende Alves
Born  November 20, 1974 (age 41) Belo Horizonte, Brazil (1974-11-20)

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Bernardo Cardoso de Resende Alves (born November 20, 1974, Belo Horizonte) is a show jumping rider from Brazil.


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Early life

He is the son of João Baptista Ribeiro de Resende Alves and Maria José Cardoso. His interest in the sport of show jumping began at age four on a visit to a farm. He began to learn the sport at this age under the instruction of Joseph Wilson. His first attempts were troubled as he took many falls, but he was determined and his trainer saw in him a lot of potential. By the age of eight, his determination noticeably paid off, as he won his first title and graduated to the tutelage of Vitor Alves Teixeira. By the age of 16, he was competing in the professional class. In May 2001, he trained for three months at the school of Nelson Pessoa in Belgium. This prepared him for his debut at the CHIO Aachen.

Career highlights

  • 2002
  • Bronze medal for Brazil, World Championship of Young Horses
  • 2003
  • Voted the best rider of the CSI-W Mechelen, Belgium
  • 3rd place in Grand Prix CSI-A La Coruna, Spain
  • 2004
  • 2nd place in the Grand Prix World Cup CSI-W Vigo, Spain
  • 1st place in Grand Prix CSI Bois-le-Roi, France
  • Bronze Medal (team) at the Pan American Games
  • 1st place in the King's Cup CSI-A Madrid
  • 2nd place in Grand Prix CSI-A Monte Carlo
  • 1st place in the IXth Grand Prix CSI Vejer de la Frontera
  • 2009
  • 24–29 May: Winner of the Grand Prix of the Global Champions Tour's phase in Hamburg
  • References

    Bernardo Alves Wikipedia

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