Interview with Mark Todd
Wed, 01 Aug 2012 7:00p.m.
His first Olympic games were in 1984. Charisma was his horse, the year David Lange was replacing Rob Muldoon as Prime Minister.
Last night, he was there again. Twenty-eight years on, the oldest rider in the equestrian event, and now, first equal, alongside canoeists Paul MacDonald and Ian Ferguson as the most successful Olympian in New Zealand history.
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9/08/2012 8:25:10 a.m.
It is really silly that he got told to go off the bus infact it is disgraceful! Well done to him and i hope he stays in the Olympics for a bit longer!'GO MARK JAMES TODD'!
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