Shane Rose: Mankini pictures| What happened to


Three-time Olympic medalist Shane Rose has been cleared to compete after his mankini outfit was reviewed at an event on February 11. Today we will discuss about Shane Rose: Mankini pictures| What happened to.

Shane Rose: Mankini pictures| What happened to

Shane Rose (born 24 April 1973 in Sydney) is an Australian horse rider. A three-time Olympic medalist, he began riding at the age of five at the Forest Hills Pony Club. Rose lived with his parents and three siblings in Duffy’s Forest, New South Wales. He was educated at Newington College Preparatory School, Lindfield (1978–83), and Pittwater House. Rose’s love for horses grew and at the age of 21 he entered the Young Rider Trans- Tasman represented Australia in the competition.

Personal information
Nationality Australian
Born 24 April 1973 (age 50)
Sydney, Australia
Country Australia
Sport Equestrian
Event Eventing
Medal record
Representing  Australia
Olympic Games
Silver medal – second place
2008 Beijing Team eventing
Silver medal – second place 2020 Tokyo Team eventing
Bronze medal – third place 2016 Rio de Janeiro Team eventing

Mankini pictures

Shane Rose: Mankini pictures| What happened to

Australia’s three-time Olympic equestrian medalist Shane Rose has been booted from competition for wearing an orange mankini at a closed event at Wallaby Hill near Sydney, Equestrian Australia said on Sunday.

The 50-year-old, a silver medalist in the team event at the 2008 Beijing and 2020 Tokyo Games, apologized on Facebook, saying he had not intended to offend anyone.
Rose hopes the incident will not affect his preparations for the Paris Olympics starting on July 26.

Riders were encouraged to wear fancy dress at last weekend’s event and Rose had three costumes for showjumping — an orange mankini inspired by the comedy film “Borat,” a Duffman Bear suit from “The Simpsons” and a gorilla Suit.

What happened to

Three-time Olympic medalist Shane Rose has been thrown out of competition for wearing a mankini during a showjumping event.

The 50-year-old Australian, who is hoping to represent his country at the Paris Games later this year, has apologized for any offense caused by his outfit choice at Wallaby Hill, near Sydney, last weekend.

Equestrian Australia is reviewing the matter after concerns were raised about Rose’s attire, but insisted she has not been suspended.