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Topic - Mark Phillips
The queen's granddaughter Zara Phillips added to the family silver on Tuesday, helping team Britain to a second-place finish behind Germany in Olympic equestrian eventing.
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Phillips added to the family silver on Tuesday, helping team Britain to a second-place finish behind Germany in Olympic equestrian eventing.
"Unfortunately, we couldn't quite do it," Phillips said of the lost team gold. "We can't be disappointed with a silver medal because it's an amazing thing to be here."