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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.

Oliver Townend and Ballaghmor Class (GBR)



Olliver Townend and Ballaghmor Class of Great Britain lead on a score of 23.60 after a clean cross-country round.

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

Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg (USA)

Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg, aka Thomas, are in 14th after cross-country with a total score of 34.30 after 3.2 time faults.

Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg. Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services
Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg. Photo by Sarah Miller/MacMillan Photography and Media Services
Boyd Martin and Tsetserleg. Photo by Sarah Miller/MacMillan Photography and Media Services

Phillip Dutton and Z (USA)

Phillip Dutton and Z are in 17th, right behind Boyd Martin, with a score of 35.30 after 4.80 time faults on cross-country.

Phillip Dutton and Z. Photo by Sarah Miller/MacMillan Photography and Media Services
Phillip Dutton and Z. Photo by Sarah Miller/MacMillan Photography and Media Services
Phillip Dutton and Z. Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services

Doug Payne and Vandiver (USA)

Doug Payne and Vandiver finished the second phase of eventing with 6.80 time faults on the cross-country course to stand on 39.80 going in to show jumping.

Doug Payne and Vandiver. Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services
Doug Payne and Vandiver. Photo by MacMillan Photography and Media Services
Doug Payne and Vandiver. Photo by Sarah Miller/MacMillan Photography and Media Services

Stay tuned for our continued coverage from the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with a full report on cross-country from equestrian journalist Kim MacMillan, and the wrap-up of eventing with the final round of showjumping to see how Phillip Dutton, Boyd Martin, and Doug Payne finish individually and for the team final.

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