Shane Rose
AUS

Shane Rose

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FEI Eventing World Athlete Rankings
16th

Shane ROSE is an Australian athlete and competes in Eventing.

Age48
Competing forAustralia - AUS
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Statistics

Eventing

Number of starts: 318
Number of wins: 58

Jumping

Number of starts: 1
Only the results from 01 January 2010 included
Year2021
Horse Virgil
Individual Rank 10
Team Rank
Discipline: Born: 2005 Studbook: Sex: Gelding
Discipline: Eventing Born: 2013 Studbook: Sex: Gelding
Discipline: Eventing Born: 2012 Studbook: HOLST Sex: Mare
Date Show Event Competition Obs. Height Horse Position Score
30/07/2021 Tokyo Olympic Games-C Olympic Games - Eventing Virgil 10
06/05/2021 Sydney NSW CCI4*-S CCI4*-S Stakkino
17/04/2021 Robertson NSW CCI3*-S CCI3*-S Ruby Tuesday 37
Ranking/Standing Horse Rank Points
FEI Eventing World Athlete Rankings 16 441
FEI Eventing Zone Rankings 4 367
Biography
General Interest
Nicknames Ringa (olympics.com.au, 12 Jul 2016)
Hobbies Watching sport, playing golf. (equestrian.org.au, 23 Mar 2018; badminton-horse.co.uk, 18 Apr 2017)
Hero / Idol Australian cricketer Steve Waugh. (NOC, 31 Jul 2008)
Injuries In 2015 he was kicked by a young horse. He broke five ribs, punctured a lung, suffered a split liver, and had a severe bacterial infection. (canberratimes.com.au, 04 Oct 2015)

He broke his right leg in 2008. (Athlete, 03 Jul 2012)

He was kicked by a horse in March 2005 and sustained multiple facial fractures. He was put in a medically induced coma and underwent a number of operations, which included a tracheotomy and some facial reconstruction. Eight plates were inserted in his face to help the bones heal. (theaustralian.com.au, 20 May 2016; Athlete, 29 Jul 2005; horsetrials.com.au, 12 Mar 2005)

In 2003 he broke his left leg, which sidelined him for four months. (theaustralian.com.au, 20 May 2016; Landline, 29 Jun 2008)

In 2001 he had his thyroid removed after contracting cancer. (theaustralian.com.au, 20 May 2016)

He has broken both arms twice. (Athlete, 03 Jul 2012)

Medals description

Olympic Games
Gold medal - First place Gold medal - First place
Silver medal - Second place Silver medal - Second place
Bronze medal - Third place Bronze medal - Third place
Ranked Ranked
FEI World Championships
Gold medal - First Place
Silver medal - Second place
Bronze medal - Third place
Ranked
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