Charlotte Fry facts for kids
|Full name||Charlotte Fry|
|Born||11 February 1996|
|Coached by||Anne van Olst|
|Achievements and titles|
|Olympic finals||2020 Tokyo Olympics|
Charlotte Fry (born 11 February 1996) is an Olympic medal-winning British equestrian athlete.
A daughter of Laura Fry, who competed at the 1992 Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona, Charlotte Fry started riding at a young age. Aged 14, she started training with Olympic Champion Carl Hester, having weekly lessons from the age of 16. Hester told former Danish Olympiad Anne van Olst about Fry, after which Fry moved to the Netherlands to train with van Olst. Since 2012 she has lived and worked alongside her boyfriend in the Netherlands
In 2018 Fry became World Champion during the World Championships for Young Horses in Ermelo, riding Glamourdale in the 7-years old division. She also won at the 2018 European Championships for Grand Prix riders under the age of 25 in Exloo, Netherlands, with her horse Dark Legend.
Fry competed at the 2019 European Championships in Rotterdam where she placed 4th with the British dressage team. She continues to train in Den Hout, the Netherlands with former Danish Olympian Anne van Olst. She gained a British team place at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo winning a bronze medal in the Team Dressage event.
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