The oldest person in the 2012 Olympics is 70-year-old Hiroshi Hoketsu, who has qualified for Japan's equestrian team.
67-year-old Hiroshi Hoketsu, a dressage rider for the Japanese equestrian team
Oscar Swahn is the oldest person to ever compete in the Olympics. He competed in the 1920 Olympics at 72 years old. He competed in sport shooting events.
William "Willie" Johnston was the youngest person to receive a Medal of Honor
A British Equestrian is a person who rides horses in Britain.
The Swedish shooter Oscar Swahn was 64 when he won a gold medal in shooting during the 1912 Stockholm Games. Hiroshi Hoketsu is a Japanese equestrian who finished 9th in the Dressage Team Grand Prix and 35th in the Dressage Individual Grand Prix at the 2008 Summer Olympics. He was 67 years old.
An equestrian is a person who works with horses. They might be a rider or trainer.
The word equestrian refers to a person skilled in equitation, or horseback riding.