Spiele und Medaillen

Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
London 2012
Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
London 2012
#=9 Equestrianism Jumping, Individual
#5 Equestrianism Jumping, Team
Peking 2008
Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
Peking 2008
#=23 Equestrianism Jumping, Individual
#2
Equestrianism Jumping, Team
Athen 2004
Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
Athen 2004
#22 Equestrianism Jumping, Individual
Sydney 2000
Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
Sydney 2000
#13 Equestrianism Jumping, Individual
#9 Equestrianism Jumping, Team
Atlanta 1996
Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
Atlanta 1996
#=46 QR Equestrianism Jumping, Individual
#16 Equestrianism Jumping, Team
Barcelona 1992
Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
Barcelona 1992
#54 QR Equestrianism Jumping, Individual
#9 Equestrianism Jumping, Team
Seoul 1988
Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
Seoul 1988
#15 Equestrianism Jumping, Individual
#4 Equestrianism Jumping, Team
Los Angeles 1984
Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
Los Angeles 1984
#=14 Equestrianism Jumping, Individual
#4 Equestrianism Jumping, Team
Montreal 1976
Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
Montreal 1976
#5 Equestrianism Jumping, Team
München 1972
Spiele Ergebnisse Sportart Wettbewerb
München 1972
#6 Equestrianism Jumping, Team

Captain Canada

Ian MILLAR

Kanada
Equestrian
Höhe
185 cm / 6'1''
Gewicht
76 kg / 167 Pfund
Geschlecht
Mann

Medaillenanzahl

1 Olympische Medaillen

Olympische Spiele

10 Olympische Spiele

Ian MILLAR Biografie

Ian Millar, a member of the Canadian equestrian team since 1971, has become one of the most decorated and renowned Canadian competitors in the sport. On the national level he has captured ten Canadian Show Jumping Championships (1983, 1986-1991, 1993, 2004, and 2007) and won more grand prix and derby events than any North American. In the international field his greatest successes have come at the Pan American Games, where he has won one gold (1987), four silver (1979, 1983, 1991, and 2007), and one bronze medal (1999) in team jumping events and two gold (1987, 1999) and one bronze medal (1979) in individual competitions. He had wins at the 1988 and 1989 World Cup Finals with his most famous horse, Big Ben, becoming the first ever rider to finish first in back-to-back World Cup standings with the same horse.

Millar is perhaps best known, however, for attending a record ten editions of the Olympic Games since 1972, being absent only from the 1980 Summer Olympics due to Canada’s boycott. His only medal, silver in the team jumping tournament, came at the 2008 Summer Olympics, but brought him a level of national fame not normally seen for Canadians in the sport. He was made a member of the Order of Canada in 1986, named Ontario’s Male Athlete of the Year in 1989, and inducted into the Canada Sports Hall of Fame in 1996 alongside Big Ben. He operates and trains at Millar Brooke Farm in Ontario and has written a book, Riding High, based on his show-jumping experiences in the 1970s and 80s.

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