Sophie Christiansen (Grade Ia) successfully defended her three gold medals from the London 2012 Paralympic Games with another three gold medals at Rio2016: Team, Individual Championship and Freestyle.
Her wins were also the most spectacular as she won by nearly 4 percentage points ahead of silver placed Anne Dunham in the Championship test and 3.5 percentage points in the Freestyle.
She also earned the highest scores of all the Para Dressage events of the Paralympic Games.
She now has 8 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze Paralympic medals to her name, placing her second behind Paralympic legend Lee Pearson.
Christiansen was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2009 New Year Honours for services to disabled sport and she was then appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours for services to equestrianism.
In 2015 Christiansen won a 'Women of the Future Award'. It was the first year that a sports category was included and the judges picked out Sophie for her ‘ferocious determination to succeed'.
As if her sporting achievements weren't enough, Sophie has a MSci degree (undergraduate honours) with a first class Masters degree in mathematics from the University of London's Royal Holloway College and alongside training works part-time as a statistical analyst in the technology department at investment bank Goldman Sachs.
That's it! All the categories have been covered and you now know all the nominees for this year's FEI Awards, be be announced at the gala evening in Tokyo this Tuesday, November 22.
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