Hoketsuと英文で見ると、一瞬「？」と思うが、あの71歳にして現役の馬場馬術の法華津選手がオリンピックに出る記事を、英文記事（The Christian Science Monitor）で発見。単語が少々難しいので、注を付す。
¶１ By his mere appearance, the 71-year-old dressage competitor from Japan seems to exemplify everything that the Olympics are and aren't.
◎everything that the Olympics areと、and everything that the Olympics aren't thatは“補語”格の関係代名詞。よって、everything thatはザックリ言い換えるとwhat。
¶２ He decidedly isn't the archetype of a modern Olympian – young, hip, gym chiseled, the kind of person who'd star in an energy drink commercial in spandex. But he does embody many of the best attributes of the Games – stamina, discipline, consistent athletic excellence, and, most important, an uncanny ability to defy the perceived limits of age.