BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN'S daughter Jessica has landed a silver medal at Tokyo 2020.
She formed part of the USA's jumping team as they finished second in the equestrian jumping finals.
The rock legend's daughter called her parents, at their horse farm in New Jersey, after her medal success to celebrate the medal.
Jessica said: "I FaceTimed them really quickly.
"They were all screaming and I don't think we understood a word anyone was saying. I just saw them in their Team USA gear.
"I couldn't make any of it out but I know they were all excited."
Jessica competed on a 12-year-old Belgian Warmblood stallion called Don Juan van de Donkhoeve.
She rode alongside teammates Laura Kraut and McClain Ward as they were beaten by Sweden in a jump-off.
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The 29-year-old achieved her lifelong dream of competing at the Olympic Games after being named as an alternative at London 2012.
Jessica first started riding horses at the age of four which inspired her love of the sport.
She is ranked 14th in the world in showjumping and trained on her family's 368-acre farm in Colts Neck.
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