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Canadian Olympic Rider Follows His Passion in 10th Olympics
While many people looking at age 65 may be planning retirement, not so for Canadian Olympic equestrian team member, Ian Millar. The 2008 team Silver medal winner, hopes to go for the gold in 2012. He holds the honor of having competed in more Olympic Games than any athlete in Canadian history, in any sport. He has also won 9 medals in eight Pan American Games, more than any other show jumping athlete.
In 1988 and 1989, he and his legendary partner, Big Ben, became the first-ever horse and rider combination to win back-to-back World Cup Finals.
Who are the some of the other more seasoned competitors in the 2012 Olympic Games?
Find out who in the latest issue of Healthy Aging Magazine, Summer Issue, featuring Colin Powell on the cover.
To learn more about Ian Millar and the other Canadian team athletes, go to http://equinecanada.ca