Horse Illustrated presents the latest information and daily updates from the Tokyo Olympics on equestrian sport for the three disciplines of dressage, eventing, and show jumping. 

Schedule

U.S. Dressage Team

U.S. Eventing Team

U.S. Jumping Team

U.S. Paralympic Team

 

Current Olympic and Paralympic Medal Count

Scroll down to each individual sport for Official Results.

Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Gold Medal


Gold

Dressage Team: GERMANY
Dressage Individual: JESSICA VON BREDOW-WERNDL AND TSF DALERA BB (GER)
Eventing Team: GREAT BRITAIN
Eventing Individual: JULIA KRAJEWSKI AND AMANDE DE B’NEVILLE (GER)
Show Jumping Team: SWEDEN
Show Jumping Individual: BEN MAHER AND EXPLOSION W (GBR)
Grade I Para Dressage Individual: ROXANNE TRUNELL AND DOLTON (USA)
Grade II Para Dressage Individual: LEE PEARSON AND BREEZER (GBR)
Grade III Para Dressage Individual: TOBIAS THORNING JORGENSEN AND JOLENE HILL (DEN)
Grade IV Para Dressage Individual: SANNE VOETS AND DEMANTUR (NED)
Grade V Para Dressage Individual: MICHELE GEORGE AND BEST OF 8 (BEL)
Para Dressage Team Test to Music: GREAT BRITAIN
Grade I Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: ROXANNE TRUNELL AND DOLTON (USA)
Grade II Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: LEE PEARSON AND BREEZER (GBR)
Grade III Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: TOBIAS THORNING JORGENSEN AND JOLENE HILL (DEN)
Grade IV Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: SANNE VOETS AND DEMANTUR (NED)
Grade V Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: MICHELE GEORGE AND BEST OF 8 (BEL)

Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Silver Medal


Silver

Dressage Team: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Dressage Individual: ISABELL WERTH AND BELLA ROSE (GER)
Eventing Team: AUSTRALIA
Eventing Individual: TOM MCEWEN AND TOLEDO DE KERSER (GBR)
Show Jumping Team: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Show Jumping Individual: PEDER FREDRICSON AND H&M ALL-IN (SWE)
Grade I Para Dressage Individual: RIHARDS SNIKUS AND KING OF THE DANCE (LAT)
Grade II Para Dressage Individual: PEPO PUCH AND SAILOR’S BLUE (AUT)
Grade III Para Dressage Individual: NATASHA BAKER AND KEYSTONE DAWN CHORUS (GBR)
Grade IV Para Dressage Individual: RODOLPHO RISKALLA AND DON HENRICO (BRA)
Grade V Para Dressage Individual: SOPHIE WELLS AND DON CARA .M (GBR)
Para Dressage Team Test to Music: THE NETHERLANDS
Grade I Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: RIHARDS SNIKUS AND KING OF THE DANCE (LAT)
Grade II Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: PEPO PUCH AND SAILOR’S BLUE (AUT)
Grade III Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: NATASHA BAKER AND KEYSTONE DAWN CHORUS (GBR)
Grade IV Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: LOUISE ETZNER JAKOBSSON AND B.J. GOLDSTRIKE (SWE)
Grade V Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: FRANK HOSMAR AND ALPHAVILLE (NED)

Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Bronze Medal
Bronze
Dressage Team: GREAT BRITAIN
Dressage Individual: CHARLOTTE DUJARDIN AND GIO (GBR)
Eventing Team: FRANCE
Eventing Individual: ANDREW HOY AND VASSILY DE LASSOS (AUS)
Show Jumping Team: BELGIUM
Show Jumping Individual: MAIKEL VAN DER VLEUTEN AND BEAUVILLE Z (NED)
Grade I Para Dressage Individual: SARA MORGANTI AND ROYAL DELIGHT (ITA)
Grade II Para Dressage Individual: GEORGIA WILSON AND SAKURA (GBR)
Grade III Para Dressage Individual: RIXT VAN DER HORST AND FINDSLEY (NED)
Grade IV Para Dressage Individual: MANON CLAEYS AND SAN DIOR 2 (BEL)
Grade V Para Dressage Individual: FRANK HOSMAR AND ALPHAVILLE (NED)
Para Dressage Team Test to Music: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Grade I Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: SARA MORGANTI AND ROYAL DELIGHT (ITA)
Grade II Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: GEORGIA WILSON AND SAKURA (GBR)
Grade III Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: ANN CATHRIN LUBBE AND LA COSTA MAJLUND (NOR)
Grade IV Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: MANON CLAEYS AND SAN DIOR 2 (BEL)
Grade V Para Dressage Individual Freestyle: REGINE MISPELKAMP AND HIGHLANDER DELIGHT’S (GER)


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Horse Illustrated Daily Updates

For 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games updates, skip down to Latest News or to by discipline.

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: USA Wins Silver, Sweden Gold in Show Jumping Team Final

Team USA celebrates their silver medals on the Tokyo Olympic podium. MacMillan Photography & Media Services

Ten national teams took to the arena to take their turn around Santiago Varela’s colorful course in the team jumping medal final to wrap the final day of equestrian competition in the Tokyo Olympics. The teams competing in the final were:  Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, France, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and the United States of America. Read More>>

 

 

 


Riding anchor for the USA, McLain Ward and Contagious have one rail down and 1 time penalty to keep the American team medal hopes alive. Pieter Devos and Claire Z jump clear with 1 time penalty to help secure Belgium’s second-place slot after the first round of team competition. MacMillan Photography & Media Services

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: 10 Nations Qualify for Show Jumping Team Final

During the qualifier for the Olympic Team Jumping medals in Tokyo, the air was “so thick you could cut it with a knife,” as the old saying goes. Not only was the weather extremely hot and humid (the high was 92, with the temp down to 89 by the time the jumpers started, and still extremely humid), but the tension in the stadium was also palpable. Read More>>

 

 

 

 

 


Tokyo Show Jumping Individual Medalists
(l-r) Peder Fredricson (silver) of Sweden, Ben Maher of Great Britain(gold), and Maikel van der Vleuten of The Netherlands (bronze). Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Great Britain Earns Back-to-Back Individual Olympic Gold in Show Jumping

Five years ago in Rio de Janeiro, decorated British rider Nick Skelton stepped onto the podium and accepted an individual Olympic gold medal. He had earned bundles of other accolades in his long career, including team gold in London in 2012, but the individual medal had eluded him until that day when he and the stallion Big Star triumphed. Shortly after that, both Skelton and Big Star retired. But today at the Tokyo Olympics, it was Skelton’s countryman and former teammate Ben Maher’s turn at the individual medals in jumping. Maher piloted the powerful chestnut 12-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding Explosion W around the jump-off course to capture his own individual gold medal. Read More>>


Kent Farrington and Gazelle - Show Jumping Individual Qualification Round Tokyo Olympics
Kent Farrington and Gazelle. Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Show Jumping Individual Competition Qualifies 30 Riders

On Tuesday, August 3, show jumpers from 34 nations took their turns around the first course of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games―the individual qualifying round. This year the Olympic rules have changed in several ways. Read More>>

 

 


Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg - Tokyo Olympics Eventing Show Jumping
Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg. Photo by Allen MacMillan/MacMillan Photography and Media Services

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Eventing Concludes As Jumpers Move In

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics eventing wrapped up yesterday with the “thrill of victory and the agony of defeat” one would expect from Olympic competition. The conclusion saw the rise of some new faces and the staying power of old hats, too. Read More>>

 

 


Team Gold Gallop - Tokyo Eventing Team Medals
Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services

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

Enjoy our eventing show jumping and medal ceremony photo gallery from the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with team gold going to Great Britain, Silver to Australia, and Bronze to France. Meanwhile Julia Krajewski of Germany took individual gold, Great Britain’s Tom McEwen took individual silver, and the legendary Andrew Hoy of Australia took individual bronze. Read More>>

 


Oliver Townend and Ballaghmor Class
Oliver Townend and Ballaghmor Class. Photo by Kim MacMillan/MacMillan Photography and Media Services

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Team USA Moves Up After Eventing Cross-Country Phase

Enjoy our eventing cross-country photo gallery from the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with leading rider after cross-country Oliver Townend, and Team USA’s Boyd Martin, Phillip Dutton, and Doug Payne. Read More>>

 


Boyd Martin and Tseterleg - Tokyo Olympics
Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg sit in 20th place after dressage for Team USA. Photo by MacMillan Photography & Media Services

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Eventing Dressage Concludes on Day 7

It was another hot, humid Olympic day in Tokyo, and it was time for Boyd Martin to show off his dressage skills for Team USA. But July 31 also happens to be German eventing star Michael Jung’s birthday. Today he celebrated his 39th by topping the leaderboard on the final day of eventing dressage. He also received a spontaneous serenade of “Happy Birthday to You” from the press corps as he stopped in the media interview zone after his ride. Read More>>

 

 


Phillip Dutton - Z - Eventing Dressage - Olympic Games
Phillip Dutton and Z scored 30.50 in dressage to land in 12th for now. Photo by MacMillan Photography

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Eventing Dressage Begins on Day 6 of Tokyo Olympics Competition

Today in competition at the the Baji Koen Equestrian Park during the Tokyo Olympics, the host country of Japan hosted the first two sections of the dressage phase of eventing competition. One session was in the morning and another in the evening today. And then, a third and final session will be tomorrow morning. One horse/rider combination from each country fielding a team of three will compete per session, with riders competing as individuals interspersed into the three sections. Read More>>

 

 


Team USA Press Conference
U.S. Eventing Team: Chef d’Equipe Erik Duvander, Tamra Smith, Doug Payne, Boyd Martin, Phillip Dutton. Photo by Kim and Allen MacMillan/MacMillan Photography

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Eventing First Horse Inspection

As the dressage contingent packs to leave for home, the eventing competition got under way today at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with the first horse inspection. Seventy-six horses were presented to the eventing ground jury, including four from the U.S.A. and one from Canada. The reserve horses are also inspected and are included in that number. Read More>>

 

 


Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and TSF Dalera BB - Tokyo Olympics GP Freestyle Individual Medals
Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and TSF Dalera BB. Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Grand Prix Freestyle Dancing In the Sand

A healthy breeze forced the flags to attention in the Baji Koen Equestrian Park last evening as the top 18 horse-and-rider pairs in the dressage competition at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 took their turns dancing in the sand in the freestyle. Perhaps leftover from the typhoon that made landfall about 100 miles away from Tokyo, it was actually a welcome respite from the high temperatures and humidity that have been the norm here in Tokyo. Read More>>

 


Adrienne Lyle and Salvino in the Grand Prix Special at the Tokyo Olympics. Team Silver medal
Adrienne Lyle and Salvino. Photo by Allen MacMillan/MacMillan Photography

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: A Night of Olympic Dressage Talent, Teams and Typhoons

There’s a feeling you get when you are watching sports history unfold. It’s hard to describe since it is a mix of emotions— pride, awe, happiness and amazement—at what the athletes are able to accomplish. Tonight’s Olympic action in Tokyo in the FEI Grand Prix Special in dressage did not disappoint, especially for Team USA as they vied for a gold, silver, or bronze medal. There were stellar performances by veterans to  personal bests by first-time Olympians. Read More>>

 


Steffen Peters and Suppenkasper, Grand Prix, Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
Steffen Peters and Suppenkasper during their Grand Prix test at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Day 2 of Grand Prix Dressage

After this evening’s action-packed FEI Grand Prix dressage at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, the stage is now set for the upcoming dressage team final, which will be the FEI Grand Prix Special on Tuesday, July 27. Or at least we hope the competition happens, since Japan and Tokyo are now under a typhoon warning for that day! But which teams made it into the Grand Prix Special team competition? And which 18 individual riders made it into the Grand Prix Freestyle individual medal competition? Read More>>

 

 


Tokyo Olympics Dressage Grand Prix with Sabine Schut-Kery and Sanceo
Tokyo Olympics Dressage Grand Prix with Sabine Schut-Kery and Sanceo. Photo by MacMillan Photography

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Arriving and Day 1 of Grand Prix Dressage

We have boots on the ground for Horse Illustrated in Tokyo for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 (aka, Tokyo Olympics). The weather in Tokyo is sultry, bordering on oppressive, during the day―temps in the 90s with humidity to match and occasional rain showers that pop up seemingly out of nowhere. Despite reports of pandemic spikes and a fourth declaration of a state of emergency in the city, the streets are actually pretty packed! Read More>>

 


Latest News

Tokyo Paralympics Freestyle Medals Rebecca Trunnell
Roxanne Trunnell and Dolton during the fight for a freestyle medal at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. Photo by Liz Gregg/International Equestrian Federation

USA’s Roxanne Trunnell Breaks Paralympic Record in Stunning Night of Freestyle Displays

American Roxanne Trunnell broke the 9-year-old Grade I Paralympic Freestyle record today in Tokyo in a stunning Freestyle medal competition, which also saw Great Britain’s Sir Lee Pearson take his third gold of the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.

Grade I was the only Grade to have three athletes with a score of over 80% on the podium. Trunnell scored 86.927% on Dolton to break the previous record of 84.750% set by Sophie Christiansen (GBR) in London 2012. Read More>>

USA’s Roxanne Trunnell Breaks Paralympic Record in Stunning Night of Freestyle Displays
U.S. Para Dressage Team Earns First-Ever Team Medal with Bronze at 2020 Tokyo Paralympics
And the Team Medal Chase is On at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 in the Para Dressage Team Test to Music Grades I, II, and III
◆ Two New Paralympic Equestrian Champions Crowned in Para Dressage in Tokyo in Grades I and III
Beatrice de Lavalette and Kate Shoemaker Have Good Showing for U.S. Para Dressage Team at 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games
U.S. Para Dressage Team Passes First Horse Inspection Ahead of Competition at Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020
U.S. Jumping Team Passes Second Horse Inspection in Preparation for Team Qualifier at Tokyo 2020
U.S. Jumping Team Athletes Turn Focus to Team Qualifying Competition Following Individual Qualifier at Tokyo 2020
U.S. Eventing Team Finishes in Sixth Place at Conclusion of Team Competition at Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with All Three Combinations in the Top 25 Individually
U.S. Eventing Team Delivers Three Strong Cross-Country Rounds to Improve Team Standing Ahead of Final Phase
Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg Score a 31.1 to Round Out the Dressage Phase for U.S. Eventing Team at Tokyo 2020
Doug Payne and Phillip Dutton Lay Foundation for U.S. Eventing Team on First Day of Dressage Competition at the Tokyo Olympics
U.S. Dressage Team Concludes Final Day of Olympic Journey with Top Ten Finishes in FEI Grand Prix Freestyles for Individual Medals at Tokyo 2020
Adrienne Lyle and Salvino Withdraw from Individual Medal Contention in the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
U.S. Dressage Team Earns Silver Medal in FEI Grand Prix Special for Team Medals at Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
Complete Coverage of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020


Tokyo Olympic Games Equestrian Previews from Horse Illustrated

Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg - Eventing
Boyd Martin was initially named to the U.S. Eventing Team for Tokyo with Luke 140 and had two direct reserve horses, Tsetserleg (shown here) and On Cue. But then Luke 140 was replaced with Tsetserleg. Photo by Allen MacMillan/MacMillan Photography

Tokyo Olympic Reboot: Final Preview for the Tokyo Olympic Games

Just 16 months ago, the sports world came to a standstill, and the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 were no exception. Tokyo 2020 was put on hold until this year—although it is still called “Tokyo 2020”—and will go down in history as the Games stalled by a worldwide pandemic. As this issue of Horse Illustrated hits newsstands, athletes, officials, volunteers and the media will be arriving in Japan. Opening Ceremonies will be on July 23 and Closing Ceremonies on August 8, with the Paralympics following suit Aug. 24-Sept. 5. Here is our final preview before the Tokyo Olympic Games. Read More>>

 

Main Arena for Equestrian Events in Tokyo Olympics
The main arena at Baji Koen Equestrian Park seats 9,300 spectators (shown here at the August 2019 test event). Courtesy of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI)

Totally Tokyo: Previewing the Equestrian Events of the Tokyo Olympics (Now in 2021)

A beehive of activity has been stirring in Japan since Tokyo was selected in September 2013 to host the Summer Olympic Games and Paralympic Games later this year. Equestrian sports fans will notice a flurry of excitement on the home front as well, since observation of horses and riders as potential team candidates is under way. The teams chosen to represent each country should be announced no later than late June or early July. Read More>>

 

 


Coverage by Discipline

Dressage Rider Silhouette

Dressage

Dressage Results – Grand Prix Qualifier

Dressage Results – Grand Prix Special (Team Medals)

Dressage Results – Grand Prix Freestyle (Individual Medals)

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Grand Prix Freestyle Dancing In the Sand
U.S. Dressage Team Concludes Final Day of Olympic Journey with Top Ten Finishes in FEI Grand Prix Freestyles for Individual Medals at Tokyo 2020
Adrienne Lyle and Salvino Withdraw from Individual Medal Contention in the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
U.S. Dressage Team Earns Silver Medal in FEI Grand Prix Special for Team Medals at Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: A Night of Olympic Dressage Talent, Teams and Typhoons
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Day 2 of Grand Prix Dressage
U.S. Dressage Team Qualifies for Team Competition Following Performances from Adrienne Lyle and Steffen Peters on Second Day of FEI Grand Prix at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Arriving and Day 1 of Grand Prix Dressage
Sabine Schut-Kery and Sanceo Lead Off U.S. Dressage Team on First Day of FEI Grand Prix Competition in Tokyo
◆ U.S. Dressage Team Combinations Pass First Horse Inspection at Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
Nick Wagman and Don John Out of Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 as Traveling Reserve for U.S. Dressage Team
Podcast Interview with Five-Time Olympic Dressage Rider Steffen Peters
U.S. Equestrian Announces U.S. Dressage Olympic Team Ahead of Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Eventing Rider SilhouetteEventing

Eventing Results – Dressage Phase – Individuals

Eventing Results – Dressage Phase – Team

Eventing Results – Cross-Country Phase – Individual

Eventing Results – Cross-Country Phase – Team

Eventing Results – Show Jumping Phase – Team Medals

Eventing Results – Show Jumping Phase – Individual Medals

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Eventing Concludes As Jumpers Move In
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Eventing Ends With Team and Individual Medals Awarded
U.S. Eventing Team Finishes in Sixth Place at Conclusion of Team Competition at Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with All Three Combinations in the Top 25 Individually
Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Team USA Moves Up After Eventing Cross-Country Phase
U.S. Eventing Team Delivers Three Strong Cross-Country Rounds to Improve Team Standing Ahead of Final Phase
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Eventing Dressage Concludes on Day 7
Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg Score a 31.1 to Round Out the Dressage Phase for U.S. Eventing Team at Tokyo 2020
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update:: Eventing Dressage Begins on Day 6 of Tokyo Olympics Competition
Doug Payne and Phillip Dutton Lay Foundation for U.S. Eventing Team on First Day of Dressage Competition at the Tokyo Olympics
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Eventing First Horse Inspection
U.S. Equestrian Announces Horse-and-Rider Substitution for U.S. Eventing Olympic Team
U.S. Eventing Team Concludes Mandatory Outing with Strong Showing of Show Jumping Skills
U.S. Eventing Olympic Team for Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Announced by U.S. Equestrian

Jumping Rider SilhouetteShow Jumping

Show Jumping – Individual Qualifier

Show Jumping – Individual Medals

Show Jumping – Team Qualifier

Show Jumping – Team Medals

HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: USA Wins Silver, Sweden Gold in Show Jumping Team Final
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: 10 Nations Qualify for Show Jumping Team Final
U.S. Jumping Team Passes Second Horse Inspection in Preparation for Team Qualifier at Tokyo 2020
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Great Britain Earns Back-to-Back Individual Olympic Gold in Show Jumping
HI Tokyo Olympics Daily Update: Show Jumping Individual Competition Qualifies 30 Riders
U.S. Jumping Team Athletes Turn Focus to Team Qualifying Competition Following Individual Qualifier at Tokyo 2020
U.S. Show Jumping Team Passes First Horse Inspection
U.S. Equestrian Announces U.S. Jumping Team for Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Dressage Rider SilhouettePara Dressage

USA’s Roxanne Trunnell Breaks Paralympic Record in Stunning Night of Freestyle Displays
U.S. Para Dressage Team Earns First-Ever Team Medal with Bronze at 2020 Tokyo Paralympics
And the Team Medal Chase is On at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 in the Para Dressage Team Test to Music Grades I, II, and III
Two New Paralympic Equestrian Champions Crowned in Para Dressage in Tokyo in Grades I and III
Beatrice de Lavalette and Kate Shoemaker Have Good Showing for U.S. Para Dressage Team at 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games
U.S. Para Dressage Team Passes First Horse Inspection Ahead of Competition at Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020

Para Dressage Results


About the Disciplines


Before the Olympics


Further Content on Equestrian Sports for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Tokyo Takeaways #2: U.S. Dressage Takes Team Silver, Dujardin Makes Olympic History, First Look At The Cross-Country Course, How Heat Is Affecting The Horses
Tokyo Takeaways: Equestrian Team Selection Surprises, Impact of Format Changes, Drastically Different Dressage Days
FEI Horse of the Month: Suppenkasper
Returning Olympians Adrienne Lyle, Steffen Peters Highlight U.S. Dressage Team
Phillip Dutton, Headed to 7th Games, Highlights U.S. Eventing Team

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