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Björn Nagel starts again under German flag

  - Björn Nagel starts again under German flag

Bjorn Nagel.jpgBjörn Nagel start jumping again under the German nationality. The past six years he ridden for the Ukrainian Alexander Onyschenko, but he decided to revert back to Germany.

Björn Nagel started under the Ukrainian nationality during inter alia, European Championships, World Championships and Olympic Games. Since this week, however, he again operates under the German flag. "I have very interesting years behind the team of Alexander Onyschenko. We are not breaking up because of a fight, but I got some new goals and other priorities, "says Nagel.

Nail can immediately start for Germany in international competitions. By the FEI regulations it is not possible for the next two years to take part in World Championships, competitions or German country championships.

Björn Nagel starts again under German flag

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