ottobre 23, 2018 - Jaguar Land Rover
Their Royal Highnesses present first medals to Invictus Games Sydney 2018 competitors
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- France wins gold in the #Jaguar #landrover Driving Challenge, with hosts Australia claiming silver and United Kingdom bronze
- First medals of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018 awarded by TRH Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Cockatoo Island, Sydney, ahead of tonight’s Invictus Games opening ceremony
- Jaguar #landrover is the Presenting Partner of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018, the international sporting #Event for wounded, injured and ill veteran and active service personnel
The France team, made up of Cedric Arci and Mickael Ranchin, took gold in the #Jaguar #landrover Driving Challenge, in which 12 nations went head-to-head in a test of driving and navigation skills.
Watched by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, teams comprising of a driver and navigator completed challenges in a #Jaguar I-PACE. The brand’s first all-electric car was making its Australian debut.
The challenges included driving through a water slalom obstacle, a precision driving test and a ‘smart cone’ course.
With the two quickest teams qualifying for the gold medal showdown, it was France who came out on top, finishing faster than silver medallists Australia, who were represented by Craig McGrath and Scott Reynolds. After finishing with the third quickest time in the heats, the United Kingdom team of Mark Perkins and Daniel Bingley took bronze.