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Sharon Jarvis & Amelia White complete Team Tests in Tokyo

Amelia White and Genius. © Jon Stroud Media

Amelia White and Genius during arena familiarisation.

© Jon Stroud Media

Sharon Jarvis & Amelia White complete Team Tests in Tokyo

By Equestrian Life

The final two Australian team riders have completed their Team Tests at the Tokyo Paralympics this evening.

Amelia White and Genius rode in the Grade V, scoring an impressive 70.558% - only a touch behind their PB. Speaking to Australian High Performance Media, Amelia said:

"He was really good I think he definitely improved on the score from the previous test which was a goal.

"I think there is always more in the tank and I think if you ask me if I am happy the answer is never 100%, but where we are now and to have these scores here I am really happy with that.”

Amelia will now compete in tomorrow’s Freestyle.


Sharon Jarvis and Romanos. © Jon Stroud Media

Sharon Jarvis and Romanos in training.

© Jon Stroud Media

Sharon Jarvis and Romanos completed their test with a great score of 67.9% in the Grade IV. It was a fabulous effort from Sharon at her record third Paralympic Games.

The Australian team - Sharon Jarvis, Amelia White and Emma Booth - finished the event in 13th place on a combined total of 206.458%.

Great Britain claimed the gold medal, the Netherlands claimed silver, and the United States took the bronze.

Full results can be found here.







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