Today, Tomorrow, Tokyo
Desi Dillingham is widely credited for playing an instrumental role in the rise of British Dressage from a near non-entity to double gold at the London Olympics. Canadian by birth, Dillingham has lived most of her adult life in England, but in accepting the role of special advisor for Dressage Canada's High Performance program, she is returning to her roots. It is now one year since Dillingham agreed to do for Canada what she did for the British. In this exclusive interview, she speaks with candour and passion about the future of Canadian dressage at the elite level. How would you define your role with Dressage Canada? Are you a volunteer, and is that the case for the experts you have brought in over the past few months? My responsibility is to pull together a team of experts to help the riders. As of this past October, it's a paid…
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