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a trophy made of bronze (or having the appearance of bronze) that is usually awarded for winning third place in a competition

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World senior bronze medalist John Joe Nevin, World Youth champ Ray Moylette, EU champs Darren O'Neill, Con Sheehan and David Oliver Joyce, European Youth gold medalist Jason Quigley, and Beijing Olympian John Joe Joyce will also be in action.
Meanwhile, Hiroyuki Oda upset Beijing Olympic bronze medalist Kenichi Yumoto in the men's 60-kg freestyle semifinals en route to winning his first title.
In the Chevy Champions on Ice 25th Anniversary Tour Hughes and Kwan will also star with 1992 Olympic Champion Victor Petrenko, 1995 United States Champion Nicole Bobek, three-time World Silver Medalist Surya Bonaly, two-time Olympic Bronze Medalist and crowd-pleaser Philippe Candeloro and 1996 U.
They were bronze medalists at the last two world championships, and their programs--already amazingly sophisticated and unusual in 1994--have displayed deepening technical skill and artistry each season.
In the pairs, world bronze medalists Zhang Dan and Zhang Hao of China took first while Tanith Belbin and Ben Agosto of the United States took top honors in the compulsory dance.
Li Yan, a bronze medalist at the Moscow International Ballet Competition in 1989, created a tender princess with sweet lyricism and extraordinary coordination, while Xu Gang, an awardee at the children's ballet competition in Lausanne in 1985, won the hearts of the audience with his noble manner and beautiful line.
The Bronze medalist athletes included: Bruno Kernen of Switzerland, Men's Downhill (Rossignol); Tobi Dawson of the U.
Olympian, 2004 400 free relay bronze medalist Gabe Woodward.
Suguri, the Bronze Medalist at the 2002 World Championships, will make her first North American appearance as she begins her stint with Champions on Ice on July 11th at the Long Beach, California show.
Youngs, a four-time All-American at UCLA, was a bronze medalist in Athens.
Olympians expected to visit Cleveland for the competition include 2000 Gold Medalist Steven Lopez; and from the 1988 Olympic Team: Luong Pham from Dayton Ohio; Bronze Medalist Greg Baker from Newark Ohio; Bronze Medalist Jay Warwick; Bronze Medalist Han Wan Lee; Gold Medalist Lynnette Love; and Bronze Medalist May Pejo.
The Roadrunners' program, which launched September 10th, is directed by Olympic bronze medalist and Saucony endorsee Rod Dixon.
The special events during the weekend include a dressage demonstration by Olympic bronze medalist Charlotte Bredahl, a Western riding show, vaulting, horse wagon rides, a variety of vendors and a food court.
Bronze Medalist Sarah Hughes as well as World Champion Todd Eldredge, two-time Olympic Silver Medalist Elvis Stojko, two-time U.
Liftoff-sponsored athletes include 2004 Olympian bronze medalist Elaine Youngs, Rachel Wacholder, 2004 Olympian Stein Metzger and rising star Jason Rings.