Tokyo Paralympics: Norway’s equestrian Ann Cathrin Lübbe wins bronze medal

Ann Cathrin LübbePhoto: Torstein Bøe / NTB

50-year-old Ann Cathrin Lübbe secured the bronze medal in equestrian individual freestyle at the Paralympics on Monday.

Lübbe was one of eight athletes who qualified for the second individual freestyle competition. She did that by securing 4th place in the individual test last Friday.

The gold medal went to Denmark’s Tobias Thorning Jørgensen. He also won the individual test on Friday. Natasha Baker from Great Britain won a new silver medal. 

50-year-old Lübbe is very experienced in the Paralympics. She won her first individual silver medal in Sydney in 2000. Four years later, in Athens, she secured two individual golds. 

In Beijing in 2008, she was part of the team competition, where the effort ended in a bronze medal. In Rio, five years ago, she won two additional individual golds.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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