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Who won the equestrian gold medal?

Who won the equestrian gold medal?

Dressage, individual

Games Gold
2008 Beijing Anky van Grunsven on Salinero (NED)
2012 London Charlotte Dujardin on Valegro (GBR)
2016 Rio de Janeiro Charlotte Dujardin on Valegro (GBR)
2020 Tokyo Jessica von Bredow-Werndl on Dalera (GER)

Who won the Olympic equestrian 2021?

For Jessica Springsteen and the U.S. equestrian team, these glory days will never pass them by. Springsteen, the 29-year-old daughter of Bruce Springsteen and Patti Scialfa, helped the U.S. win silver during the team jumping final on Saturday at the Tokyo Olympics.

Who medaled in equestrian Olympics?

Jessica Springsteen won a silver medal in the Tokyo Olympics’ equestrian team jumping final, which took place in the Japanese capital on Saturday, at Equestrian Park.

Who was the first British equestrian to win a gold medal?

Weldon was also the first British rider to win an individual Olympic equestrian medal when he and Kilbarry won the bronze medal at the 1956 Stockholm Olympics. They were also a member of the gold medal winning team, along with Laurence Rook and Bertie Hill.

How many equestrians have won medals in the Olympics?

The Summer Olympics have included 2,129 equestrian participants, including 1,751 men and 378 women, from 69 countries., of which 564 won a medal. As of the 2008 Olympics, 395 medals have been awarded to 31 NOCs.

Who are the Olympic gold medallists in dressage?

All were in dressage – five team golds and one individual. He also won two bronze medals and his total of eight is an equestrian record shared with fellow German Isabell Werth who won five dressage gold medals and three silvers between 1992 and 2008. The 1956 Summer Olympics were held in Melbourne, Australia between 22 November and 8 December.

How old was the oldest equestrian in the Olympics?

The oldest rider was 72-year-old Arthur von Pongracz of Austria at the 1936 Summer Olympics, while the youngest was 16-year-old Luiza Almeida of Brazil at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

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