Adrienne Lyle and Salvino Withdraw from Individual Medal Contention in the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

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Adrienne Lyle and Salvino Withdraw Tokyo Olympics
Adrienne Lyle and Salvino with groom Morgan Klingensmith. Photo Courtesy United States Equestrian Federation

In a change to today’s anticipated line up, Adrienne Lyle, of Wellington, Fla., and Salvino have made the decision to withdraw from this evening’s competition for an Individual medal in the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. This morning, Salvino did not feel quite like his usual self, and last night’s historic team medal was an extraordinary accomplishment, and the United States is proud of the team’s incredible effort. After Adrienne Lyle had to withdraw, Steffen Peters, of San Diego, Calif., and Sabine Schut-Kery, of Napa, Calif., will continue forward this evening to contest the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle, as they look to achieve more personal bests for our program.

Further Reading

U.S. Dressage Team Earns Silver Medal in FEI Grand Prix Special for Team Medals at Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: A Night of Olympic Dressage Talent, Teams and Typhoons
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Day 2 of Grand Prix Dressage
U.S. Dressage Team Qualifies for Team Competition Following Performances from Adrienne Lyle and Steffen Peters on Second Day of FEI Grand Prix at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

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