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Charlotte Dujardin won bronze in the individual dressage event at the Tokyo Olympics to become the most decorated British female Olympian of all time with six medals.

After helping Team GB to a bronze in the team event earlier this week to go level with rowing legend Katherine Grainger and tennis and badminton player Kathleen McKane Godfree, Dujardin now holds the accolade outright following a sensational performance in the Japanese capital.

Dujardin, 36, wore a huge smile while riding horse Gio after her performance, and bronze was confirmed after Germany's Dorothee Schneider's score was not enough to dislodge her from third place.

Dujardin claimed bronze to make history in Tokyo
(Image: REUTERS)

It's Dujardin's sixth Olympic medal – adding to the two golds she won at London 2012, her silver and gold in Rio in 2016 and the bronze in the team event in Tokyo – but does end her nine-year reign as Olympic individual dressage champion.

All Dujardin's previous Olympic medals before the Tokyo Games came on legendary horse Valegro, but she is now riding Gio.

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