Twenty-nineteen was the year of Eve Jobs.
In the space of five months, the 21-year-old daughter of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs made short work of milestones that many riders spend a career chasing.
Top 15 finish in an individual championship debut. Check.
Clear round on first ever senior Nations Cup team. Check.
Podium finish in first team championship appearance. CHECK!
Oh, and she was a full-time student at Stanford University during all of it.
In this episode of Under the Saddle with Adam Cromarty, Eve shares her thoughts on her breakout year, how school has improved her riding and at least one awkward moment with our intrepid host.
If you didn’t already love her, you will after this…