LIMA, Peru -- Eve Jobs was a jump-off away from a second bronze medal at the 2019 Pan American Games -- her first international equestrian competition.
The daughter of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs settled for a fifth-place finish in jumping individual aboard Venue d'Fees des Hazalles. Her time in the jump-off for the bronze was 46.66; her U.S. teammate, Elizabeth Madden aboard Breitling LS, won the four-way jump-off with a time of 42.47.
Brazil's Marlon Zanotelli won gold and Argentina's Jose Maria Larocca the silver before the jump-off to the second round.
Jobs and the U.S. won the bronze Wednesday in the team jumping category.
"It's my first time at a team championship, and that comes with a whole pressure in itself. Just getting to jump here and jump for my country, with my teammates, I've learned so much just by going through this process," said Jobs, who was in third place after the first round with a time of 77.07.
Next for Jobs is the Nations Cup Final in October, before setting her sights on making the squad for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
"Of course, next year being an Olympic year, that's a big goal of mine as well," Jobs said.