Academy players bag 65 medals in Jr. National Equestrian Champs

1/8/2018

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal Academy players won 24 medals in Junior National Equestrian Championship and 41 medals in Madhya Bharat Equestrian Championship and became champion in 2 groups. They won total of 65 medals in the two groups Junior National Equestrian Championship and Madhya Bharat Equestrian Championship concluded recently. Under the championship, final event of 2 Kilometer Cross Country Race Young Rider was played. In this thrilling match, equestrian athletes showcased superb talent, which made the event a centre of attraction. Academy player Sagar Tiwari won a bronze medal in both Junior National Equestrian Championship and Young Rider Individual Competition of Madhya Bharat Championship. Including these 2 bronze medals, academy players have won a total of 65 medals in the championship. Among these, 24 medals are of Junior National Equestrian Championship and 41 have been won in Madhya Bharat Equestrian Championship. In the Junior National Equestrian Championship, the contest was for 72 medals in total, out of which academy players won one-third medals. Chief Coach of Equestrian Academy, Capt. Bhagirath told that Madhya Pradesh became overall champion in two out of 4 groups. In the Junior National Equestrian Championship and Young Rider Individual Competition of Madhya Bharat Equestrian Championship, IRS player Balaji B. came first, Rohit Mehta of URV came second and Academy player Sagar Tiwari secured the third position. Balaji B. won 2 gold while performing on horse ‘Ricardo’, Rohit Mehta won two silver medals on ‘Buckner’ and Sagar Tiwari won two bronze medals on his horse ‘Pratap’. On the last day of Junior National Equestrian Championship, RBC-C team won gold, RBC-4 team, silver and RBC-B team won bronze medal in the final competition of Young Rider Cross Country Race, while NDS team came at the fourth position. Likewise, in the Madhya Bharat Equestrian Championship, these three teams won gold, silver and bronze medal respectively.

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