Edmund Coffin

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Olympic medal record
Representing the  United States
Gold 1976 Montreal Three-day event individual
Gold 1976 Montreal Three-day event team

Edmund "Tad" Sloane Coffin (born May 9, 1955, in Toledo, Ohio) is a saddlemaker and equestrian. Coffin won two gold medals in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal riding Bally Cor. He grew up on Long Island, then moved with his family to Strafford, Vermont, but now lives in Charlottesville, Virginia. He is the nephew of clergyman and peace activist William Sloane Coffin.

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