|Covid-19|John Williams (equestrian) Wikipedia
John Williams (born April 4, 1965) is an equestrian from the United States of America, who competed for the USA in the US Eventing team at the 2004 Summer Olympics, winning the bronze medal.
Williams was born in Mendon, New York, and attended the Rochester Institute of Technology's School for American Craftsman, where he graduated after studying furniture design and woodworking. Williams spent time after college in Middleburg, Virginia, and now resides in Southern Pines, North Carolina with his wife, Ellen.
Williams has trained with many great eventers, including Jack Le Goff, James C. Wofford, and David and Karen O'Connor. Williams is also a recognized AHSA "R" Combined Training course designer, and designed the 2005 American Eventing Championship courses (novice to advanced).
2004Olympic Games, bronze medal, individually 28th place (Carrick)
2002Team gold at the World Equestrian Games, individually 4th, Jerez, Spain
2nd Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event CCI**** (Carrick)
6th MBNA Foxhall Cup CCI*** (Sloopy)
20014th Morven Park Spring Horse Trials
12th Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event CCI**** (Carrick)
1999Selected to compete in Olympic Test Event, Sydney, Australia
19985th Radnor CCI**
1997Long-listed, European Championships
19962nd National Intermediate Championships, Radnor CCI**
19951st Mid-Atlantic Horse Trials Series
3rd National Intermediate Championships, Radnor CCI**, PA 3rd/
19943rd National Intermediate Championships, Radnor CCI**
Winner National DeBroke Championships
Long-listed, World Championships
19934th Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event, CCI***
1992Long-listed, Olympic Games
1991Pan American Games Three-Day Event Championship, Chatsworth, GA
19881st Intermediate CCI National Championship at Radnor