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HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Eventing Ends With Team and Individual Medals Awarded

Great Britain’s Victory Lap

Team Gold Gallop - Tokyo Eventing Team Medals
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The team from Great Britain of (l-r) Oliver Townend aboard Ballaghmor Class, Laura Collett aboard London 52, and Tom McEwen aboard Toledo de Kerser captured team gold medals after several grueling days of eventing competition at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Team Gold for Great Britain

Great Britain Team Gold Jump - Tokyo Eventing Team Medals
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Tom McEwen, Laura Collett, and Oliver Townend made up Team Great Britain in eventing. They won team gold on a total score of 86.30.

Team Great Britain Celebrates

Great Britain Team Gold Jump - Tokyo Eventing Team Medals
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Tom McEwen, Laura Collett, and Oliver Townend.

Team Silver for Australia

Australia, Team Silver
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Shane Rose on Virgil, Kevin McNab on Scuderia 1918 Don Quidam, and Andrew Hoy aboard Vassily De Lassos made up Team Australia, who ended with a team silver medal on a score of 100.20.

Team Bronze for France

France, Team Bronze
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Nicolas Touzaint and Absolut Gold HDC, Christopher Six and Totem De Brecey, and Karim Florent Laghouag aboard Triton Fontaine landed in the bronze-medal spot with a score of 101.50

Gold, Silver, and Bronze

Eventing Teams on Podium
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All of the medal winners from the eventing team competition atop the medal podium.

Individual Medalists in Eventing

Julia Krajewski (gold), Tom McEwen (silver), and Andrew Hoy (bronze)
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Individual Eventing Medalists: Germany’s Julia Krajewski and Amande de B’Neville (gold, center), Great Britain’s Tom McEwen and Toledo de Kerser (silver, left), and Australia’s Andrew Hoy and Vassily De Lassos (bronze, right).

Julia Krajewski and Amande de B’neville

Julia Krajewski and Amande de B'neville
Julia Krajewski and Amande de B’Neville. Photo by Allen MacMillan/MacMillan Photography and Media Services

Julia Krajewski and Amande de B’Neville finished with a clean show jumping round and a total score of 26.00 to end up on top for eventing individual riders.

Julia’s Victory Gallop

Julia Krajewski and Amande de B'neville
Julia Krajewski and Amande de B’Neville. Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services

Tom McEwen and Toledo de Kerser

Tom McEwen and Toledo de Kerser
Tom McEwen and Toledo de Kerser. Photo by Allen MacMillan/MacMillan Photography and Media Services

Tom McEwen and Toledo de Kerser finished top of all the British riders with a score of 29.30 to end up an individual silver medalist, as well as winning a team gold medal in eventing at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

Tom’s Victory Gallop

Tom McEwen and Toledo de Kerser
Tom McEwen and Toledo de Kerser. Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services

Andrew Hoy and Vassily De Lassos

Andrew Hoy - Tokyo Olympics Eventing Show Jumping
Andrew Hoy and Vassily De Lassos. Photo by Allen MacMillan/MacMillan Photography and Media Services

Andrew Hoy and Vassily De Lassos finished on a score of 29.60 for Australia, and not only ended up with an individual bronze medal, but the 62-year-old finished his 8th Olympic Games and now has accumulated three gold, three silvers and a bronze over his entire career.

Andrew Hoy Aboard an Anglo-Arabian

Andrew Hoy and Vassily de Lassos.
Andrew Hoy and Vassily De Lassos. Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services

At age 62, Andrew Hoy is Australia’s oldest Olympic medalist, but don’t let his age fool you. He’s as good as he ever has been, and he has competed in more Olympic Games than any other Australian athlete. Vassily De Lassos is a 12-year-old Anglo-Arabian.

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