Special Olympics World Summer Games 2011 in Athens Greece

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Dutch dressage riders were successful last week in Athens, Greece during the Special Olympics World Summer Games, the Olympics for people with intellectual disabilities. No fewer than three riders in each dragged a dressage medal. Ragna Weijers Kools and Tim won silver, bronze for Steffi was Kuster.

The 23-year-old Kimberly Ragna Weijers scored 122.5 points and it remained slightly behind the Briton Owen Keeble, who collected 126.5 points in Khan and so took gold. Tim Kools had only one point behind the winner. With Giant scored 145.5 points the nineteen year old rider. The Russian Ekaterina Kirienkova went away with the victory. The 25-year-old Steffi Kuster won with 110.5 points and grabbed silver Cleopatra. The victory went with 125.5 points convincingly to the Belgian Stephan Stockmans and Slovenian. Kampschroer Willie fell to fourth place just outside the podium, but did go with a pennant at home. Click here for all results .
Source: Horses.nl

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