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Rio 2016 - GP start times

last updated on August 09, 2016 14:50

Rio 2016 - GP start times

The draw has now been made and Great Britain were pulled out of the hat sixth with Germany the last of the 11 teams to go. Chef d’Equipe Richard Waygood has declared his team order as:

Spencer Wilton riding Jen Goodman’s Super Nova
Fiona Bigwood riding Penny Bigwood and the Dahl’s Atterupgaards Orthilia
Carl Hester riding his own and Jane de la Mare’s Nip Tuck
Charlotte Dujardin riding Carl Hester, Roly Luard and Anne Barrott’s Valegro

The times (BST) are:

Spencer – 15:18
Fiona – 19:06

Carl –15:27
Charlotte – 18:24

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How to watch:

Coverage comes courtesy of the BBC on the red button (eight platforms), website and radio. If you can’t watch live, you can record the BBC Red Button through Sky Channel 980, Freeview 601, Freesat 981 and click here for Virgin info.

Here’s more from the BBC on how to watch their Olympic streams:

Similar to our coverage of London 2012 Olympics, you will also be able to access upto 24 live HD streams online – these will be available from, through the BBC Sport apps for mobiles and tablets and on Red Button+. It is also available on the BBC Sport App on connected TVs. With our online service, you will be able to access the widest range of on-demand and interactive content across the Rio Olympics, including:
• Up to 24 live HD video streams
• All the action wherever you are, on the devices you use – BBC Sport’s live coverage page, will bring together all the events, alongside our Olympics sports player, text commentary and the best audience interaction, all in one place
• The BBC Sport website will have highlights and replays of those not-to-be-missed moments and the Olympics Playlist will be downloadable to catch up every morning on the BBC iPlayer
• “My Sport” will allow Olympics fans to personalise their Rio 2016 experience by following the sports you like most, signing up for the latest news alerts, setting event reminders and sharing your favourite moments across the social media platforms
• And on our own social media pages, BBC Sport will give you the chance to get even closer to the BBC’s coverage, presenters and special guests with behind-the-scenes coverage

Full times & results – click here

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