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Didier Courrèges

Olympic medal record


Men's Equestrian
Gold 2004 Three-Day Event Team
File:Didier Courreges dsc03627.jpg
Didier Courrège in his Cadre Noir uniform.

Didier Courrèges (born June 15, 1960 in Évreux, Eure) is a high-level horse rider.[1] He is professor of equitation at the National School of Equitation in Saumur, France, and a member of its equestrian display team, the Cadre Noir.

He is a non-commissioned officer in the French Army with a rank of major. In 2004, he was in the French team who won the gold medal in the team eventing at the 2004 Summer Olympics.[1]

Honours

  • Knight of the Legion of Honour

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Didier Courrèges, Sports Reference LLC, accessed August 9, 2009.





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