London, England (07.25.12) – Vanda Robinson, IASCA International Judge for Sound Quality and veteran IASCA SQ Judge at the IASCA Finals and SBN, will be working in the Equestrian scoring at the 2012 Olympics being held in London this month.
Aside from her passion for car audio, Vanda has a passion for horses and is a reputable equestrian as well. Her tenure as an equestrian and equestrian judge has earned a position on the Olympics Equestrian scoring team. Vanda will be one of the staff involved with the scoring of equestrian events at the London Olympics over the next few weeks.
“IASCA Worldwide is very proud of Vanda’s achievements both inside and outside the realm of car audio competition” said Moe Sabourin, Director of Worldwide Operations for IASCA “We’re proud of all our judges and their passion not only for car audio, but for all activities they’re involved in. It shows the world that car audio is more than just a loud sound system in a vehicle and that enthusiasts from all walks of life appreciate good sound. We wish Vanda great success in her efforts at the 2012 Olympics in London; we know she will represent the Olympics and the equestrian community with pride and professionalism, as she does at every IASCA event she officiates at.”
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