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Malin Baryard-Johnsson

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Baryard-Johnsson on Butterfly Flip in 2007
Olympic medal record

Silver 2004 Athens Team jumping

Malin Baryard (Malin Birgitta Baryard Johnsson, born 10 April 1975 in Söderköping, Östergötland, Sweden) is a Swedish equestrian, competing in show jumping.[1] Baryard started to ride at the age of six and went on to be a very accomplished show jumper.[2] She won a gold medal in the Swedish Championships at the age of just 14. She married Swedish TV presenter Henrik Johnsson in the summer of 2004, and made her TV-presenting debut in the autumn of 2004 on the SVT show Barbacka.


In the 1996 Summer Olympics, Baryard placed 49th in the individual competition, and the Swedish team placed 10th. At the 1998 World Equestrian Games, Baryard placed 66th individually and 12th team. At the 2000 Summer Games, she placed 20th individually and 7th in the team competition. At the 2002 World Equestrian Games, she placed 12th individually and the Swedish team placed 2nd overall. At the 2004 Summer Games, Baryard placed 28th, while the Swedish team gained a silver medal overall. At the 2006 World Equestrian Games, Baryard placed 107th individually and 12th team.[2]


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  1. Malin Baryard, Sports Reference LLC, retrieved January 27. 2010.
  2. 2.0 2.1 FEI Rider's Biography, Fédération Equestre Internationale, retrieved January 27, 2010.


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