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Sport is an important part of Army life. It not only makes RADC soldiers mentally and physically robust, but helps develop qualities like leadership and the ability to work in a team.
The RADC participates in a wide range of different sports, and soldiers of all abilities, both Regular and Reserve, are encouraged to pursue a sporting interest. RADC soldiers have competed at Army Medical Services, Army and even Tri-service levels in various sports, but there are also many opportunities to try something new.

The RADC compete as part of the Army Medical Services Equestrian Association. It is open to all ranks and abilities, with or without your own horse. There are regular beginners’ courses for those looking to join the sport, with plenty of coaching and competitions for those more experienced.

Show jumping is the main discipline. Regular team training during the summer season is open to all, with coaching by international riders and other social events take place throughout the year.


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