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Kristina Cook

Medal record
Olympic Games
Bronze 2008 Beijing Individual eventing
Bronze 2008 Beijing Team eventing

Kristina Cook also known as Tina Cook (born August 31, 1970, Rustington), is a British three-day eventing rider. She is the daughter of the four times British jump racing Champion Jockey, Josh Gifford.[1]

With her horse Miner's Frolic she won bronze medals in both the individual and team eventing at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing[2]. Cook only made the Olympic Eventing team, after the withdrawals of granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, Zara Phillips and Lucy Wiegersma. She became European Eventing champion in 2009 on Miner's Frolic at the chamipionships at Fontainebleau in France.

Her achievements prior to the 2008 Olympics included winning gold medals in the 1994 World Equestrian Games and the 1995 European Championships.[3].



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