Sir Mark Todd is among New Zealand’s most celebrated sportsmen with two Olympic gold and three bronze medals, and every other major title available to him in the sport of three-day eventing.

His Olympic career has been outstanding. First chosen for the boycotted Moscow Olympics in 1980, he went on to compete in seven Olympic Games between 1984 and 2012 Olympics. By the time he was competing in London 2012, he was 56 years old, and the second-oldest New Zealander to have competed at an Olympics. Not that it showed, with his superb performance leading the New Zealand team to a bronze medal.

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