Above: Team USA  celebrated its gold  medal in  freestyle  vaulting. Story, Page B3
Right: Volunteer Mikhail  Proctor, left, of Lexington shook hands with British rider Sophie Wells, gold-medal winner of freestyle para-dressage, before the awards ceremony. With them are Sophie's mother, Caroline  Christiansen, and ringmaster Pedro. Story, Page B3
Above: Team USA celebrated its gold medal in freestyle vaulting. Story, Page B3 Right: Volunteer Mikhail Proctor, left, of Lexington shook hands with British rider Sophie Wells, gold-medal winner of freestyle para-dressage, before the awards ceremony. With them are Sophie's mother, Caroline Christiansen, and ringmaster Pedro. Story, Page B3
Above: Team USA celebrated its gold medal in freestyle vaulting. Story, Page B3 Right: Volunteer Mikhail Proctor, left, of Lexington shook hands with British rider Sophie Wells, gold-medal winner of freestyle para-dressage, before the awards ceremony. With them are Sophie's mother, Caroline Christiansen, and ringmaster Pedro. Story, Page B3

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