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

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

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

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

Equestrian dressage silver for Team GB at Rio 2016

Equestrian dressage silver for Team GB at Rio 2016

Hello!-Zara Phillips has secured a place on the British Equestrian Team for the Rio Olympics in 2016 by her high score over the weekend at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Normandy.  Shown here on High Kingdom, the horse she rode during the 2012 Olympics, Zara completed a perfect round on August 31, 2014, helping her team to second place and ending up ranked 11th overall in the standings.

Zara Phillips helps Team GB qualify for Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Hello!-Zara Phillips has secured a place on the British Equestrian Team for the Rio Olympics in 2016 by her high score over the weekend at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Normandy. Shown here on High Kingdom, the horse she rode during the 2012 Olympics, Zara completed a perfect round on August 31, 2014, helping her team to second place and ending up ranked 11th overall in the standings.

Rio Olympics 2016: Team GB poised to bring home record medal haul

Rio Olympics 2016: Team GB poised to bring home record medal haul

Rio Olympics Team GB poised to bring home record medal haul

British show jumper Nick Skelton has become Britain's second-oldest Olympic gold medallist in his seventh Games.  The 58-year-old, who initially retired 16 years ago after breaking his neck in two places, claimed individual gold after a six-way jump-off.  It is Britain's first individual show jumping medal since Anne Moore's silver in 1972, and adds to Skelton's gold in the team event at London 2012.

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

British show jumper Nick Skelton has become Britain's second-oldest Olympic gold medallist in his seventh Games. The 58-year-old, who initially retired 16 years ago after breaking his neck in two places, claimed individual gold after a six-way jump-off. It is Britain's first individual show jumping medal since Anne Moore's silver in 1972, and adds to Skelton's gold in the team event at London 2012.

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

Duchess Kate reveals which sports Princess Charlotte and Prince George love most

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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