|Gold||2004 Athens||Individual jumping|
|Bronze||1996 Atlanta||Team jumping|
|Bronze||2000 Sydney||Team jumping|
|Pan American Games|
|Gold||2007 Rio de Janeiro||Team jumping|
|Silver||2007 Rio de Janeiro||Individual jumping|
|Gold||1998 Rome||Individual jumping|
Rodrigo Pessoa (born November 29, 1972 in Paris, France) is an equestrian and show jumper from Brazil. He is an accomplished rider backed by his 50 Grand Prix wins and a total of (€6.000,000) in prize money during his career. Rodrigo Pessoa is the son of equestrian and show jumper Nelson Pessoa.
He continued to his triumphant career by competing and winning many Grands Prix. In 1992 he rode Special Envoy in the Olympic Games in Barcelona for Brazil, making him one of the youngest rider to compete in the Olympics at the age of 19. In 1996 he again rode in the Olympics in Atlanta and helped Brazil win the bronze medal with Loro Piana TomBoy.
Pessoa took his career further by winning the World Cup Final on Baloubet du Rouet three times in a row and finished as the reserve champion the fourth year, a world record. In his fifth and final World Cup, Rodrigo and Baloubet du Rouet finished in third place. He later claimed the title and prize for the world's best rider and in addition to the Show Jumping Year trophy. In 2000 at the Olympic Games in Sydney, he again won the bronze team medal. In the 2004 Olympics in Athens he won the individual silver medal but after disqualification of the Irish rider Cian O'Connor and his horse Waterford Crystal for doping, he was awarded the Gold medal in an award ceremony in his home town of Rio de Janeiro.
In 2007, Pessoa won the individual silver and team gold medals at the Pan American Games, held in his home town.
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