67-Year-Old Equestrian Bound for 2008 Olympics

Most people tailor their activity level to their age, with each decade inviting a reassessment of energy levels, ability, and ambition. But not 67-year-old equestrian Hiroshi Hoketsu. Forty-four years after he finished in 40th place at the Tokyo Olympic Games, the Japanese horseman is going to give it another shot.

There is a difference this time around however. Instead of show jumping,

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