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GOLDS
SHAWN JOHNSON
YEAR
EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
MEDLEY RELAY
RELAY
FIGURE SKATING MEDAL
FIGURE SKATING
SUMMER OLYMPICS
FREESTYLE
POMMEL HORSE
VAULT
COMPETITION
INDIVIDUAL EVENT
ITALY
TORINO
TEAM FINALS
LIUKIN
CANADA
TEAM CANADA
UNITED STATES
VANCOUVER OLYMPICS
VICTORIA
DICKIN MEDAL
ATHENS
ATHENS 2004
SALT LAKE CITY
NAGANO
FRANCE
ALBERTVILLE
YEARS
FIELDS MEDAL
HIGH BAR
TEAM COMPETITION
WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS
WINTER OLYMPICS
FOUR YEARS
SYDNEY
HONOR
CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDAL
ALL-AROUND MEDAL
ALL-AROUND
SUPER-G
DOWNHILL
SLALOM
GIANT SLALOM
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Definitions

  1. A medal is a sure bet for Hanyu, and it could be gold if he continues to skate at the level that he has demonstrated all season. (Web site)
  2. Medal is a broad term that can indicate either an Order, Decoration, or Medal.
  3. Medal is a broad term that can indicate either an order, a decoration, or a true medal.
  4. A medal is usually the most junior of all the awards, usually shaped like a circle or otherwise like a coin.
  5. The medal is the fourth of her career, adding to the three (gold, silver, bronze) she earned at the 2004 Olympics.

Golds

  1. Phelps broke swimmer Mark Spitz's 36-year-old record during the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing by winning eight golds, besting Spitz by one medal. (Web site)
  2. Germany topped the medal table, winning 10 of the 27 gold medals, followed by Hungary with 6 golds, then Spain and Russia with 2 golds each. (Web site)
  3. A medal made of gold awarded to one placing first in a competition, as in the Olympics: won 9 golds in 13 events. (Web site)

Shawn Johnson

  1. The U.S. women went 1-2 in the all-around with Nastia Liukin capturing the gold medal and Shawn Johnson the silver, a double no previous U.S. team achieved. (Web site)
  2. It also won the bronze medal in floor exercise, after the Romanian Sandra Izbasa (gold) and also the U.S. Shawn Johnson (Silver).

Year

  1. By the time the medal was stuck, sent to China to be copied and sent back the following year, the event depicted would have been 'old news'.
  2. She also finished fifth in the All Around and tied for the Silver Medal on Beam at the World Championships in Japan the same year. (Web site)
  3. Canada A little more than a year after winning the bronze medal at the World Championships in Melbourne, the Canadians should factor into the medal equation. (Web site)

European Championships

  1. Contesti is the first Italian man to medal at European Championships in 55 years when he took the silver in 2009.
  2. Van der Perren became the first male skater from Belgium to medal at the European Championships in 50 years when he earned the bronze in 2007.
  3. Ian Wynne's hopes of winning a medal at the European Championships were dashed when he failed to reach the final of the men's singles kayak (K1) 500m.

Medley Relay

  1. For his final event, the 4×100 m medley relay, Phelps won his fifth gold medal as the team went on to break the world record. (Web site)
  2. O'Brien narrowly missed a medal in the 4 × 100 m medley relay. (Web site)
  3. Beard went on to win the gold medal in the 200 m breaststroke.[ 4] Beard also won silver in both the 200 m individual medley and the 4x100 m medley relay. (Web site)

Relay

  1. Canadian women have won a medal in the relay at every Olympics since the event was introduced in 1992.
  2. Ian Crocker DQ'ed in a relay, costing the Americans a medal. (Web site)
  3. During her career she excelled both in individual events and in relay, winning an Olympic bronze medal and a World Championship gold. (Web site)

Figure Skating Medal

  1. He teamed with pairs partner Jamie Sale for controversial gold in Salt Lake City and it was Canada’s only figure skating medal of those Games. (Web site)
  2. In ending a streak of three Olympics in which the favorite had lost, Kim became the first Korean to win a figure skating medal. (Web site)
  3. For the first time since 1964, an American woman did not win a figure skating medal at the Winter Games. (Web site)

Figure Skating

  1. An American is in position to take the gold -- the only Olympic figure skating medal no Russian woman has ever won -- and foil Russia's title sweep in Turin. (Web site)
  2. The win gave South Korea its first Olympic figure skating medal ever.
  3. Daisuke Takahashi won the bronze, the first Japanese man to win a figure skating medal at the Olympic Games.

Summer Olympics

  1. At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing she won the gold medal in the 4x100 m freestyle.
  2. During her time as Longines sports ambassador Shawn has won a gold medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she also earned 3 silver medals.
  3. Markis Kido teamed with Hendra Setiawan to win the Olympic gold medal in men's doubles at the 2008 Summer Olympics held in Beijing, China.

Freestyle

  1. At the 2003 World Aquatics Championships in Barcelona she just missed out for a world championship medal by finishing 4th in the 4×100 m freestyle.
  2. It was not until John Davies ' victory in the 200 m breaststroke in 1952 that a male swimmer had won a medal outside of freestyle.
  3. He won a gold medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the 4x200 m freestyle relay, and a bronze medal in the 200 m freestyle.

Pommel Horse

  1. He was the only member of the American men's team to win a medal at the 2006 World Championships, a bronze on the pommel horse. (Web site)
  2. Smith, whose bronze on pommel horse at the Beijing Games was Britain's first Olympic medal since 1912, said Monday that his grandmother died last week. (Web site)
  3. Since then, Louis Smith claimed Britain's first Olympic medal in almost a century, a bronze on pommel horse in Beijing.

Vault

  1. Though she did not medal in the all-around the following year, she became the World Champion on vault, and won a bronze on floor. (Web site)
  2. Well, no more since Shanshan won a medal at the '07 Worlds and Cheng Fei won bronze on vault in Beijing. (Web site)
  3. Poland won their only medal when 30-year-old Blanik grabbed gold on the vault. (Web site)

Competition

  1. A medal made of silver awarded to one placing second in a competition, as in the Olympics. (Web site)
  2. On the last night of competition for gymnastics at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Shawn Johnson finally won the gold medal she deserved on the balance beam.
  3. Barbara Ann Scott became the first and only Canadian woman to win an Olympic gold medal in figure skating, when she won the competition at St. Moritz.

Individual Event

  1. Krayzelburg, who won three golds in Sydney, fell short of a medal in his only individual event by just two one-hundreths of a second. (Web site)
  2. She is the first and (as of 2008) the only person ever to medal in an individual event in the Olympics for her native country, Zimbabwe.
  3. Andrea Schöne, who won a silver medal in 1976, is the youngest female athlete in an individual event to win a medal.

Italy

  1. One medal separated the countries four years ago in Turin, Italy, as the United States won 25 medals and Canada 24, both behind Germany's 29.
  2. TURIN, Italy -- From his position on the podium, Patrick Chan took hold of his medal and held it up for a closer inspection. (Web site)
  3. Andy Yohe was a member of Team USA in 2006 and helped the team win a bronze medal at the Paralympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy.

Torino

  1. He also returned to the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy and failed to medal, finishing 11th in the giant slalom this time around.
  2. Rodriguez picked up a pair of bronze medals at the 2002 Salt Lake City Games, but did not medal in Nagano or Torino.
  3. She was a member of the 2005-06 Women's National Ice Hockey Team and skated in her third Olympic Games in Torino, Italy where Team USA won the bronze medal.

Team Finals

  1. The 16-year-old newcomer, benched for team finals after a fall off the beam in prelims, closed the night on floor and had a chance for a medal. (Web site)
  2. Sacramone has a chance to medal and earn some redemption after falls in the team finals hurt the Americans' chances for gold.
  3. They won this medal without fielding a full team, competing with only five gymnasts in the team finals instead of six.

Liukin

  1. Floor: If Liukin performs as powerfully and artistically as she did in the all-around, when she clinched the gold, she'll have a chance to medal.
  2. Liukin claimed the gold medal in all-around and Johnson took the silver in a tense battle with China's Yang Yilin, who took the bronze.
  3. Liukin won her fifth medal with a silver on balance beam to tie Shannon Miller and Mary Lou Retton for most by a U.S. gymnast in an Olympics.

Canada

  1. Mellisa Hollingsworth-Richards took bronze for Canada, the first Olympic medal in skeleton won by a Canadian athlete.
  2. Canada and the U.S. team have won every gold medal, every world championship, every big international prize their sport offers. (Web site)
  3. This is the first time that a Canadian athlete has won a gold medal at an Olympic Games held in Canada. (Web site)

Team Canada

  1. Brodeur also played on Team Canada during the 1996 World Cup of Hockey, where Canada lost to the United States in the gold medal match.
  2. In Ice hockey at the 1948 Winter Olympics, Team Canada returned to its dominance, winning their fourth Gold Medal out of the first five Olympic Games.
  3. Team Canada would get a chance to play for the one medal this country cherishes more than any other: men’s hockey gold.

United States

  1. The US women's "Dream Team" made history at the Chess Olympiad in Calvi, Mallorca (Spain) by capturing the first ever Olympic medal for the United States. (Web site)
  2. By early afternoon on Monday, China still led the medal table with six golds to three for both the United States and South Korea.
  3. Canada placed a record 4th in the medal standings behind Germany, the United States and Norway with a total of 17 medals.

Vancouver Olympics

  1. VANCOUVER, British Columbia - While the Vancouver Olympics aren't finished, the medal races are - and in spectacular fashion for North Americans. (Web site)
  2. Chinese speed skaters will medal at Vancouver Olympics, Canadian team.
  3. One more dynamic performance in the free skate and the defending world champion will leave the Vancouver Olympics with a medal.

Victoria

  1. Subsequently, Corporal Bryan Budd was awarded the Victoria Cross (as the highest award for honor and courage, it is equal to our Medal of Honor). (Web site)
  2. Victoria Cross medal, ribbon, and bar. (Web site)
  3. Equivalent awards are the Medal of Honor in the United States and the Victoria Cross in the United Kingdom.

Dickin Medal

  1. This medal, the Dickin Medal, was duly instigated.
  2. She was awarded the Dickin Medal in 1946 which is the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross.
  3. Princess Alexandra will award the dog with the Dickin Medal at a ceremony at the Imperial War Museum on February 24.

Athens

  1. Hong Kong won its second ever Olympic medal in the 2004 Games in Athens, Greece where Hong Kong won silver in men's doubles event in table tennis.
  2. The United States also won its first Olympic medal in triathlon when Susan Williams took the bronze at the Summer Games in Athens, Greece. (Web site)
  3. Moody's last feat as a member of the National Team was leading her team to a bronze medal at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.

Athens 2004

  1. Japan. Cuba won gold in Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996 and in Athens 2004, and took the silver medal when the United States won gold at Sydney 2000. (Web site)
  2. Cheng competed at Athens 2004, but did not win a medal. (Web site)
  3. The local favorite, Hu Binyuan of China, who finished fourth at Athens 2004, hit 46 of the 50 targets in the final to win the bronze medal. (Web site)

Salt Lake City

  1. Danielle Goyette has won three Olympic medals, gold in both Turin (2006) and Salt Lake City (2002) and a silver medal in Nagano (1998).
  2. Russia languished in eleventh place in the medal table, far below its previous worst of fifth in Salt Lake City in 2002.
  3. Speed skater Steven Bradbury created history in Salt Lake City when he became the first Australian to win a Winter Olympic Gold Medal. (Web site)

Nagano

  1. The 1998 Olympic Games in Nagano was a sign that Tomba's career was winding to a close, as he failed to medal.
  2. The pair went into the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan as the favorites to medal, after having won that year's European Championship.
  3. The Finns won bronze in Nagano and finished fourth at Salt Lake City, losing to Sweden in the bronze medal game.

France

  1. At its 20th Congress in Paris, France in 1989, the IFBB reports on its participation as a medal sport in the 3rd World Games in Karlsruhe, Germany. (Web site)
  2. In 1995, they won the gold medal at Trophée Lalique in France, and a pair of bronzes at Nations Cup in Germany and Skate America in the United States.
  3. BEIJING -- France prevailed dark horse Iceland 28-23 on Sunday to win its first ever Olympic gold medal in men's handball.

Albertville

  1. Nor did she ever win a medal in the Winter Olympics, placing 5th in 1992 in Albertville, 4th in 1994 at Lillehammer, and 10th in 1998 at Nagano. (Web site)
  2. In 1992, Aamodt won the gold medal in the super-G and a bronze in the giant slalom at the Olympics in Albertville, France. (Web site)
  3. She won her first Olympic medal in 1992 when she collected a bronze in the Super G in Albertville. (Web site)

Years

  1. Two years later, he won his first Olympic medal, earning the bronze in the 100 m breaststroke at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
  2. In addition to his world and Olympic titles, he led the Americans to a silver medal in Athens, their first at the Olympics in 20 years. (Web site)
  3. Although he dominated the sport of speed skating for years, Jansen had not won an Olympic medal going into the final event of his Olympic career. (Web site)

Fields Medal

  1. Furthermore, the recipient of the Fields Medal must be (roughly) under 40 years of age at the time the medal is awarded. (Web site)
  2. The most prestigious award in mathematics is the Fields Medal,[18][19] established in 1936 and now awarded every 4 years. (Web site)
  3. Stephen Smale (born July 15, 1930) is an American mathematician from Flint, Michigan, and winner of the Fields Medal in 1966. (Web site)

High Bar

  1. Tomita qualified for the event finals in the high bar, rings and pommel horse, but did not win a medal in these events. (Web site)
  2. Jonathan Horton: Horton was the only U.S. man to win an individual medal (a silver on high bar) at the 2008 Olympic Games. (Web site)
  3. The gold medal on the high bar went to Chinese gymnast Zou Kai (left), who had previously also won the gold for the floor exercise. (Web site)

Team Competition

  1. She tied for the gold medal on the floor with Nadia Comaneci, after scoring 9.95 in that event finals, and won gold in the team competition. (Web site)
  2. Johnson and Liukin were part of the U.S. team that won the silver medal in the Olympic team competition.
  3. At the 2008 Summer Olympics Johnson competed in all four events during the team competition, in which the United States won the silver medal.

World Figure Skating Championships

  1. Although she won the Canadian Ladies Championship three times, she never won a medal at the World Figure Skating Championships or the Winter Olympics.
  2. They won the silver medal at the 2005 U.S. Figure Skating Championships and placed 11th at the 2005 World Figure Skating Championships.
  3. In 1948, the couple won the bronze medal at the Winter Olympics and the World Figure Skating Championships.

Winter Olympics

  1. Downhill racer Ambrosi Hoffmann represents one of Switzerland's best hopes of winning a medal in alpine skiing at the Winter Olympics in Turin. (Web site)
  2. You even forget that you have won." Sapporo, 1972: Before these Games, Japan had won only one medal in the history of the Winter Olympics.
  3. Australia is also currently the only southern hemisphere country to have won a gold Olympic medal in the Winter Olympics. (Web site)

Four Years

  1. Four years ago, the country finished 13th in the medal table with two gold, two silver and four bronze medals. (Web site)
  2. Vonn's maiden Olympic medal comes four years after her bid was hampered by injuries sustained in training for the downhill during the Turin Games in 2006.
  3. DOWNHILL: After waiting four years for a shot at a third Olympic medal, U.S. skier Picabo Street had to wait another day. (Web site)

Sydney

  1. The team narrowly missed winning a medal at the 2000 Games in Sydney, Australia.
  2. Four years ago in Sydney, the Americans captured only one medal - albeit gold, courtesy of a stunning win by Laura Wilkinson on the platform.
  3. That meant a second gold and third Olympic medal in the event for Eskild Ebbesen, who rowed in a winning boat in Atlanta and won a bronze in Sydney.

Honor

  1. The Victoria Cross is the most famous decoration for bravery in the world, its prestige rivalled only by the Medal of Honor. (Web site)
  2. The highest civilian honor of all is the Presidential Medal of Freedom, considered to be a direct civilian equivalent of the Medal of Honor. (Web site)
  3. In 1989, he was awarded the first ever Grammy award for a Bluegrass record, and in 1995, Bill Clinton awarded him with the National Medal of Honor.

Congressional Gold Medal

  1. The Congressional Gold Medal of Honor is a completely separate decoration from the Medal of Honor which is a military award for extreme bravery in action.
  2. The Congressional Gold Medal of Honor is the highest award which may be bestowed by the Legislative Branch of the United States government.
  3. The Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal are the highest awards presented by the United States to civilians.

All-Around Medal

  1. Pavlova was very close to winning an All-Around medal at Athens, finishing fourth. (Web site)
  2. Caranobe had never come close to winning an all-around medal, and seemed as surprised as everyone else that he was on the podium. (Web site)
  3. American Elise Ray also had disastrous falls in both the warm-ups and vault competition, and had a chance at winning an all-around medal that day. (Web site)

All-Around

  1. In addition to her all-around medal, Bieger also took the silver in the floor exercise and team. (Web site)
  2. Nastia has won world titles on the balance beam and uneven paralel bars and is a leading contender for an all-around medal. (Web site)
  3. Hamm made his first Olympic team at 17, and was in the running for an all-around medal a year later, at the 2001 world championships.

Super-G

  1. Vonn won an Olympic gold medal in downhill and bronze in super-G. She won World Cup discipline titles in downhill, super-G and super-combined. (Web site)
  2. Erik Guay was fifth in both the downhill and super-G, missing a medal in the former by.03 seconds.
  3. Svindal already has a gold medal in super-G and a silver in downhill.

Downhill

  1. Vonn swept the downhill and super-G at last season's world championships in Val d'Isere, France, but had never won an Olympic medal.
  2. In the men's races, Jean-Claude Killy began his collection of medal, taking the gold in the Downhill and the Combined. (Web site)
  3. Norway is the only other country with more than one medal so far, thanks entirely to Svindal, who also got a silver in the downhill. (Web site)

Slalom

  1. Vonn was always expected to win the downhill, and medal in the super-combined (downhill and slalom), and super-G events.
  2. By finishing first in both the downhill and slalom, he also easily won the world championship medal in the combined event. (Web site)
  3. He took a silver medal in the slalom at the 1964 Olympics at Innsbruck, Austria, the first American man to earn an Olympic medal in alpine skiing.

Giant Slalom

  1. Host nation Yugoslavia won its first Olympic medal when alpine skier Jure Franko won a silver in the giant slalom.
  2. Pre-Olympic hype had Vonn going for five medals, but Vonn wasn't among the favorites to medal in giant slalom or slalom.
  3. At the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games, Woolstencroft won the downhill, Super-G, giant slalom and slalom before claiming her fifth gold medal.

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