Nick Skelton, Team GB's oldest competitor wins gold in the equestrian individual jumping at Rio 2016

Nick Skelton of Great Britain rides Big Star during the Individual Jumping Qualifier during Day 12 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Equestrian Centre on August 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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TEAM GB have won another gold medal after Charlotte Dujardin won gold in the individual dressage.

Team GB's Nick Skelton wins show jumping gold on Big Star - Rio 2016 - Equestrian Jumping - Eurosport

Nick Skelton has won show jumping gold with Britain's first individual Olympic medal in the event in 44 years.

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Charlotte Dujardin retains her Olympic title! Now that was spectacular! GOLD and nearly clear of second place, on a score of !

The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry speak to athletes including Equestrian Nick Skelton (third left) during a reception for Team GB and ParalympicsGB medallists from the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games at Buckingham Palace

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Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and the Queen were among other notable royals at the reception.

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A word of thanks to Big Star by Nick Skelton  Gold medal individual showjumping…

A word of thanks to Big Star by Nick Skelton Gold medal individual showjumping for team GB

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Rio Olympics 2016: GB's Nick Skelton wins show jumping gold

Rio Olympics GB's Nick Skelton wins show jumping gold - BBC Sport

Led by the Olympic record-breaking performance of 27-year-old Charlotte Dujardin, Team GB won its first ever gold medal in Olympic dressage. "I wanted the gold medal so badly and I didn't want to mess it up. It is so surreal," she said after winning the gold on Valegro.    "I'm just so lucky to be riding Valegro. He is the horse of a lifetime - he finds it so easy," she said.

Led by the Olympic record-breaking performance of Charlotte Dujardin, on Valegro, Team GB won its first ever gold medal in Olympic dressage.

Yesterday, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with other members of the royal family at a reception at Buckingham Palace for Team GB and Paralympics GB medallists from the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Duchess of Cambridge revealed that Princess Charlotte loves riding and horses and Prince George is fascinated by fencing. Equestrian triple-gold medalist Natasha Baker had a good chat with Kate. The Duchess told her: "George is fascinated by fencing but I think that's because of…

Yesterday, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with other members of the royal family at a reception at Buckingham Palace for Team GB and Paralympics GB medallists from the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Duchess of Cambridge revealed that Princess Charlotte loves riding and horses and Prince George is fascinated by fencing. Equestrian triple-gold medalist Natasha Baker had a good chat with Kate. The Duchess told her: "George is fascinated by fencing but I think that's because of…

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