Charlotte Dujardin becomes the most awarded British female Olympian EVER when she takes bronze in individual dressage in Tokyo, bringing her total to SIX medals!
Charlotte Dujardin made history at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday after she won bronze in individual dressage and saw her become the most decorated British female Olympian – she won a sixth medal.
Dujardin entered the event having just won a record-equivalent fifth medal with another bronze in the team dressage final, taking her level with Katherine Grainger – but now she’s entered a class of her own after a successful performance with new horse Gio .
She finished with a total score of 88,543 and finished behind Germany’s Isabell Werth on 89,657, who claimed silver, and compatriot Jessica Von Bredow-Werndl at 91,732 – that was enough for the gold medal.
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Charlotte Dujardin made history at the Olympics after winning bronze in individual dressage
She is now the most decorated British female athlete after achieving a record sixth medal