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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Aug 12 2012

Equestrian-Politics, royalty and shifting power

LONDON With royalty, politics, seismic shifts in the map of horse power and historic success for the home team, equestrian sports in the London Games were as full of twists and turns as the Olympic courses designed by Sue Benson and Bob Ellis.

Aug 12 2012

Equestrian: Politics, royalty and shifting power

LONDON With royalty, politics, seismic shifts in the map of horse power and historic success for the home team, equestrian sports in the London Games were as full of twists and turns as the Olympic courses designed by Sue Benson and Bob Ellis.

Aug 12 2012

REVIEW-Olympics-Equestrian-Politics, royalty and shifting power

LONDON, Aug 12 With royalty, politics, seismic shifts in the map of horse power and historic success for the home team, equestrian sports in the London Games were as full of twists and turns as the Olympic courses designed by Sue Benson and Bob Ellis.

Aug 09 2012

Equestrian: British dressage riding high despite sales

LONDON Their gold medal mounts may be for sale, but the groundwork laid by Britain's Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin should keep dressage from sinking back to obscurity in a nation more keen on show jumping than the sitting trot.

Aug 09 2012

Equestrian: British dressage riding high despite sales

LONDON Their gold medal mounts may be for sale, but the groundwork laid by Britain's Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin should keep dressage from sinking back to obscurity in a nation more keen on show jumping than the sitting trot.

Aug 09 2012

Olympics-Equestrian-British dressage riding high despite sales

LONDON, Aug 9 Their gold medal mounts may be for sale, but the groundwork laid by Britain's Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin should keep dressage from sinking back to obscurity in a nation more keen on show jumping than the sitting trot.

Aug 09 2012

Equestrian: Big Ben rings in Dujardin dressage win

LONDON Britain's Charlotte Dujardin rode to individual Olympic dressage gold on Valegro with a patriotic freestyle programme that featured Pomp and Circumstance and the bells of Big Ben.

Aug 09 2012

Equestrian: Big Ben rings in Dujardin dressage win

LONDON Britain's Charlotte Dujardin rode to individual Olympic dressage gold on Valegro with a patriotic freestyle program that featured Pomp and Circumstance and the bells of Big Ben.

Aug 09 2012

WRAPUP 1-Olympics-Equestrian-Big Ben rings in Dujardin dressage win

LONDON, Aug 9 Britain's Charlotte Dujardin rode to individual Olympic dressage gold on Valegro with a patriotic freestyle programme that featured Pomp and Circumstance and the bells of Big Ben.

Aug 08 2012

Equestrian: Switzerland's Guerdat takes jumping gold

LONDON They say anything can happen in Olympic show jumping and on Wednesday, anything did - Swiss rider Steve Guerdat beat favoured veterans for individual gold while a streak of Irish luck helped Cian O'Connor claim bronze.

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