Goa has a conducive environment for adventure sports, the government should give priority and encourage such sports. He believes that enthusiasts of adventure sports should come to Goa, said Goa Forward Party president Vijay Sardesai on Friday.
Sardesai was speaking at the felicitation ceremony of the team championship in the RFC Challenge by the Offroad Trail Club in Quepem.
He feels that the government isn't aware of these sports. Sardesai also criticized the government for not knowing the importance of adventure sports.
This year, the RFC India 2021 was held in Quepem, Goa from August 28 to September 4.
1) Cedric Jordan da Silva, co-driver Daljit Singh, 2) Earl Braganza, co-driver Amey Dhamsekar 3) Anand V Manjoran co-driver Vishnu Raj 4) Muhammad Shefin, co-driver Abraham Paulson 5) Dattaraj Raut Desai Driver - Ricky Hornekar 6) Ibrahim Firaj Sheikh, Co-Driver - Imran Garg 7) Pratik Prabhudesai, Co-Driver - Yogesh Nadkarni.
The duo of Ibrahim and Imran were also awarded for attaining pole position in the race.