Jill Terceira (Equestrian)
Show jumper Jill Terceira was selected ahead of Patrick Nisbett to represent Bermuda at the Olympic Games.
Both riders were eligible to go the London 2012 but the Bermuda Equestrian Federation (BEF) plumped for Terceira based on her impressive displays this season.
Terceira has met the qualifying standard on both her horses, Bernadien van Westuur and Lakvels, giving her another option for the Olympics show jumping events, which will be held in Greenwich Park.
Based in Holland, Terceira, who represented Bermuda in Beijing, excelled at the 2011 Pan Am Games in Mexico finishing eighth, ahead of six-time Olympian Ian Millar and number one ranked rider Eric Lamaze.
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