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Great Britain's eventers gallop towards Rio 2016 Olympics

There was a double celebration for Great Britain’s eventers at the World Equestrian Games on Sunday as they not only collected a silver medal fo...

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COUNTDOWN TO RIO: SUMMER SPORTS WEEK IN REVIEW

Alistair Brownlee might not have won the overall World Triathlon Series title but he admitted victory at the Grand Final in Edm...

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Team silver and individual bronze for Fox-Pitt in Normandy

William Fox-Pitt insisted he remained pleased with his medal haul at the World Equestrian Games despite missing out on the individual eventing t...

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Fox-Pitt leads World Equestrian Games after cross-country

William Fox-Pitt admitted he couldn’t have asked any more of his horse Chilli Morning after the pair conquered a tricky cross-country course to ...

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Saywell amazed to be handed honour of flag bearer in Nanjing

Jake Saywell admitted he had to pinch himself in amazement after being announced as Team GB’s flag bearer for the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Na...

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Medal Record

Medal Record
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  • 1 Bronze

Biography

http://www.sharonhunteventing.com/

Sharon Hunt is currently ranked among the top 50 eventers in the world. At the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, Hunt aboard Tankers Town was part of the eventing team, which secured a bronze medal Hunt began riding after she had a donkey ride on a beach whilst on holiday with her Grandparents Hunt currently competes on ten horses at all levels – including the World Equestrian Games, Burghley and Badminton – and travels throughout the UK and beyond to compete. When she is not riding, training or maintaining her own fitness (by running, swimming and gym work), Sharon is busy delivering keynote speeches and giving mounted demonstrations at a variety of equestrian, sporting, corporate and other events throughout the country. In addition, she provides private tuition, takes on her own working pupils and advises a number of fledgling eventers.