After four days of grueling competition in Tokyo, Japan, the team and individual medals were awarded to the top dressage riders in the world. In team competition, Germany's team of Isabell Werth, Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and Dorothee Schneider claimed the gold medal. The United States earned the silver medal thanks to the efforts of Adrienne Lyle, Steffen Peters and Sabine Schut-Kery. And the bronze team medal was awarded to Great Britain—Charlotte Dujardin, Charlotte Fry and Carl Hester.

The top 18 riders from team competition advanced to the individual final—the Grand Prix Freestyle. Germany's Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and TSP Dalera came out on top to take home the gold medal followed by her teammate, Isabell Werth, and her mount, Bella Rose, who claimed silver. Great Britain's Charlotte Dujardin claimed the individual bronze medal aboard Gio to become her country's most decorated female Olympian.

Take a look at the gallery below for a photo recap of the four days of dressage competition in Tokyo. 

For more exclusive international dressage updates with Vita Flex (http://bit.ly/vita-flex-pro_tokyo) leading up to and including the Games, visit dressagetoday.com/summer-games-2021

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