Germany’s Julia Krajewski writes new Olympic history, wins individual eventing gold

Krajewski became the first woman to win an Olympic gold in this competition, with India’s Fouaad Mirza coming in 23rd.

Equestrian star Julia Krajewski of Germany won gold in an individual event on the evening of Tuesday, August 2, writing her name in golden letters in the pages of Olympic history. The German player, competing with her horse Amande de B’Neville, took the title with the fewest penalty points (26) in the final, while the silver was won by Great Britain’s Tom McEwen and his horse Toledo de Kerser (29.30). penalty points).

The bronze medal was won by Australian star Andrew Hoy and his teammate Vassily de Lassos (29.60 penalty points).

Women have been competing in this competition, which became mixed at the 1964 Games in Tokyo, for almost three decades, but no one had won the title till date.

After participating in the dressage and cross country competitions, players had to show their skills in the jumping section to win medals. In the end, creating history, the player of Germany won this title.

Indian player Fouaad Mirza also participated in this competition and came 23rd in the final.

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