“Pridi-un” Chanokphon Karunyathat, a horse-jumping athlete Fit to prepare for the 19th Asian Games, Tina joined in a 145cm jump in France, finishing third after a lack of points from the jump with a time of 63.31 seconds.
Thai female equestrian “Pridi-An” Chonphon Karunyathat, a equestrian in the 19th Asian Games, in Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China who practice and compete in France After traveling to compete Collecting scores for the national team audition 19 in Saudi Arabia and travel back to France to rest the horse for about 1 month, then start competing in the domestic program
By starting the first program on May 16 at the CSI2* Grand Prix LR program, height 145 cm, in France “Pridi-An” kicked 2 machines, lost 8 points, finishing at 30, the latest on Saturday, May 28. . In the past, young Thai riders competed. With her partner Tina (MaxWin Kinmar Agalux) competing in the Grand National 145 cm jumping competition in Cantelue, France. And jumping clear with a time of 63.31 seconds, grabbed the 3rd place, with the champion in this list belonging to Olivia Gusleon at 61.45 seconds and second place belonging to Alex Lagube with 62.39 seconds
For the 19th Asian Games, it was originally scheduled to be held from September 10-25 in Hangzhou. people’s republic But most recently, the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) announced the postponement of OCSC 19 to next year. including the 2021 Youth Olympic Games that have been postponed. due to virus outbreak A new wave of coronavirus in China with a severe epidemic and a higher number of infected people.
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