How sparks at S. Korean women's school led to anti-Park fire

Mar 14, 2017

When the Constitutional Court removed President Park Geun-hye from office last week, there were waves of social media messages thanking students at one South Korean university for sparking the historic change

Skelton wins Britain's 1st gold in individual jumping at 58

Aug 20, 2016

Nick Skelton, 58, of Britain survived a six-man jump-off to become equestrian's oldest gold medalist Friday, riding a third clean round in 42.82 seconds on his stallion Big Star to hold off two past champions in this event

France bounces back to win show jumping gold; US second

Aug 17, 2016

France bounced back from a difficult week to claim its second team title in equestrian at the Rio Games, beating the United States to a gold medal in the show jumping on Wednesday

Doda going for gold in the place where it all started

Aug 16, 2016

Brazilian show jumper Alvaro Doda de Miranda has an added motivation to succeed in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics

Second gold for Dujardin and Valegro in dressage

Aug 15, 2016

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro clinched a second successive gold dressage medal on Monday, setting an Olympic record in the process

Britain's defending dressage champion is all smiles in Rio

Aug 11, 2016

Defending dressage champion Charlotte Dujardin of Britain is having the time of her life in Rio

Bigwood on course for equestrian medal despite double vision

Aug 10, 2016

Two years ago Fiona Bigwood considered giving up riding, today she is aiming for a medal at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics

Rio authorities step up security after bus windows shattered

Aug 10, 2016

Military police in Rio de Janeiro are stepping up security at the Olympics after a bus carrying journalists had two of its windows shattered by a projectile and a bullet flew into the stables of the equestrian venue

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