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|U.S. falls short of medal in individual dressage|
Debbie McDonald was happy with her horse but mad at herself over a few early stumbles Wednesday that kept the United States from getting another equestrian medal.
|Three-peat for Germany; U.S. grabs silver|
Germany made it a three-peat in team show jumping.
|American moves into contention for dressage medal|
Debbie McDonald of Hailey, Idaho, moved into contention for an individual dressage medal on Monday with an energetic, fault-free round on Brentina that scored 74.840 percent.
|Americans, Germans to battle for team medals Tuesday|
The American show jumping riders had a solid qualifying round Sunday, putting themselves in position for a medal.
|France gets equestrian gold after appeal|
France was awarded the gold medal in the three-day equestrian team event and Britain's Leslie Law got the individual gold after three countries won a joint appeal against an earlier decision that gave both victories to Germany.
|Americans win bronze in team dressage|
Germany kept its run of equestrian gold medals intact Saturday, winning the team dressage at the Athens Games.
|France, Britain, U.S. all appealing decision|
The horses were grinding their grain and team officials their teeth at the Olympic equestrian venue Thursday.
|Equestrian chaos: After protest, Germans take gold|
Equestrian is supposed to be all about elegance, poise and politesse. Not on Wednesday, when the Olympic three-day team event degenerated into an unprecedented free-for-all before Germany ended up with the gold -- twice.
|U.S. equestrians in hunt for three-day medals|
American Kim Severson rode into medal contention and the U.S. team moved within reach of silver Tuesday in the three-day equestrian event, horsemanship's equivalent of the triathlon.
|American riders disappointed with first day|
After a disappointing first day of dressage competition, the U.S. Olympic equestrian three-day team pinned its hopes for an individual medal on two top riders competing Monday: John Williams of Middleburg, Va., and Kim Severson of Keene, Va.
|U.S. mounts equestrian team with experience|
Three members from the United States' gold-medal team at the 2002 World Equestrian Games were selected for the U.S. Olympic team on Friday.
|Hot to trot|
Debbie McDonald and her four-legged "diva" could capture the U.S.'s first individual medal in dressage in 72 years.
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|Athens Insider: No kidding |
Brian Church, our Athens Insider, offers a little slice of what life's like in the host city. And he swears all of it is true.
|Ratto: Greece is for ...|
With the Games barely weeks away, the Greek Olympic Committee must market this puppy as never before.
|Dover earns sixth Olympic trip in dressage|
Three-time Olympic medalist Robert Dover won the freestyle segment and swept the U.S. Olympic dressage trials.
|Madden heads show jumping short list|
All four show jumping riders will be making their Olympic debut in Athens.
|Madden finishes first at show jumping trials|
Top-rated show jumper Beezie Madden finished first at the U.S. Olympic trials Sunday with two penalty-free performances on Authentic.
|Wylde's flawless trip leads show jumping|
Peter Wylde had a perfect trip on Fein Cera and moved into the lead at the trials for the Olympic show jumping team on Saturday.
|Green light for Athens: Ban lifted on equestrian|
A British equestrian found guilty of a doping offense in 2002 had his lifetime Olympic ban lifted, allowing him to compete in Athens.