Monica Theodorescu (born 2 March 1963 in Halle, North Rhine-Westphalia), is a German equestrian and dressage rider.
Born in Halle, North Rhine-Westphalia, Monica Theodorescu is the daughter of the German, former Romanian, dressage rider George Theodorescu and the German show jumping rider Inge Theodorescu (born as Inge Fellgiebel). Inge Fellgiebel was the daughter of Hans Fellgiebel, the brother of Erich Fellgiebel, a "July 20th" conspirator.
In 2012, German Olympic Equestrian Committee appointed Theodorescu the new German dressage team trainer.
- This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.
- 1928: Germany (von Langen, Linkenbach, Lotzbeck)
- 1932: France (Lesage, Marion, Jousseaume)
- 1936: Germany (Pollay, Gerhard, Oppeln-Bronikowski)
- 1948: France (Jousseaume, Paillard, Buret)
- 1952 – 1956: Sweden (Saint Cyr, Boltenstern, Persson)
- 1964: Germany (Boldt, Klimke, Neckermann)
- 1968: West Germany (Neckermann, Klimke, Linsenhoff)
- 1972: Soviet Union (Petushkova, Kizimov, Kalita)
- 1976: West Germany (Boldt, Klimke, Grillo)
- 1980: Soviet Union (Kovshov, Ugryumov, Misevich)
- 1984: West Germany (Klimke, Sauer, Krug)
- 1988: West Germany (Klimke, Linsenhoff, Theodorescu, Uphoff)
- 1992: Germany (Balkenhol, Uphoff, Theodorescu, Werth)
- 1996: Germany (Balkenhol, Schaudt, Theodorescu, Werth)
- 2000: Germany (Werth, Capellmann, Salzgeber, de Ridder)
- 2004: Germany (Kemmer, Schmidt, Schaudt, Salzgeber)
- 2008: Germany (Kemmer, Capellmann, Werth)
- 2012: Great Britain (Hester, Bechtolsheimer, Dujardin)