The rider Marcelo Tosi, riding Genfly, was the first Brazilian in the arena in the competition of equestrian competition Complete Horse Riding (considered an equestrian triathlon bringing together the disciplines of dressage, cross-country and jumping) at the Tokyo Olympiad (Japan).
This Thursday night (29), at Parque Equestre, the native of São Paulo secured 31.5 points, equivalent to 68.5% of the total, in training. After the first session, the Brazilian representative is in 10th position. So far, the leader is the British Oliver Townend, with 23.6 points, and the second best is the Chinese Alex Hua Tian, with 23.9.
This Friday morning (30), starting at 7:32 am (GMT), he enters the Rafael Losano ring, riding Fuiloda G. At 10:50 pm, Carlos Parro, with Goliath, will be on his way. In this Friday’s session, there will be 44 participants.
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