Updates: 31.07.2021 06:06
Tokyo – The Czech national team in equestrian versatility Miroslav Trunda collected 46.10 penalty points in dressage today at the beginning of the Olympic competition with the mare Shutterflake and ranks 60th out of 63 participants in the standings. The second Czech representative Miloslav Příhoda received 33.80 points with the gelding Ferreolus on Friday and is 35th overall after the opening round.
At the head is the defender of the five-year-old championship, the German Michael Jung, who is attacking the fourth Olympic gold. He received only 21.10 penalty points for his performance and replaced Brit Oliver Townend at the head. The program will continue on Sunday cross country and the competition will culminate a day later with show jumping. 25 riders will reach the evening final.
Among the Czech riders, Aleš Opatrný, Anna Kellnerová and Kamil Papoušek will also take part in the Olympic Games on 3 August, starting in the parkour. Three days later, a team competition is on the program, in which the national team will intervene after 85 years.
Equestrianism – versatility:
Drezura: 1. Jung (German / Horse Chipmunk) 21,10, …35. The incident (CZE / Ferreolus) 33.80, 60. Trunda (CR / Shutterflyke) 46.10.
Source: České noviny – hlavní události by www.ceskenoviny.cz.
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