Singapore’s Caroline Chew finished her individual Jumping Round A in joint-16th place. She finished in a time of 77.62 seconds, and chalked up eight penalty points in the process.
Singapore's Caroline Chew teamed up with four other Asian riders to produce a flawless performance in the second round of the Team Jumping event in the Youth Olympic Games equestrian competition.
Caroline Chew rides Gatineau to near flawless performance, knocking over just one of the 12 obstacles, in the first round of the team competition. The team competition ends on Friday with the second round.
The Youth Olympic Games are just around the corner and 130 Singaporean athletes will do battle in the red and white of Singapore. So feel free to express your best wishes to the athletes, especially if they are your teammates or your schoolmate, if they are your brother or your sister, if they are your son or your daughter.
The SNOC Games Selection Committee chaired by Minister Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Defence and President SNOC met today to select Team Singapore athletes and teams for the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games.
Laurentia Tan, 29, who has cerebral palsy and profound deafness, won two bronze medals in equestrian earlier this week at the Beijing Olympics. Her first medal came in the Individual Championships Test grade 1A event.