Monday, January 25, 2010
Australia: Toft aims to go to world games
QT.com.au - Full Article
Joel Gould | 26th January 2010
WITH Alexandra Toft's world junior ranking now at number three, she has turned her attention to qualifying for the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky this year.
The 14-year-old Toft, who said she was "very excited" to have won the Australia Day sports award for Ipswich, excelled in her debut World Youth and Junior Endurance Championships in Hungary last year with a 17th placing in the gruelling 120km event.
The next World Youth and Junior Endurance Championships are in the Middle East in 2011 but the World Endurance Championships, for seniors, is part of the program in Kentucky.
Toft, who lives at Marburg, said she had to compete and excel in as many 160km events as possible to qualify for the world titles.
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