05.08.2012 | Age: 5

Olympic Diary 24: I can do the flying changes á tempi again

While we were working out this morning in London, the flying changes á tempi that did not go well in the Grand Prix were fine again ...


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We will use the time between the tests, which will continue on Tuesday with the Special, to work on this intensively. 

We had some more time to look around in London and saw the Cutty Sark, a clipper built in 1869 for the Jock Willis Shipping Line  - including trying on some of the costumes ... but we didn't pick out costumes that were as wild as the one the Steward Pedro Cebulka picked out. He is really too funny with his costumes and funny jokes.

The stadium and warm-up area are now full of fences since the Olympic show jumping competitions have started.