bronze medal

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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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Junior Men's Champion, two-time (2011, 2012) Coupe de Nice champion, 2012 Nebelhorn Trophy bronze medalist and fourth place at the 2010 World Junior Championships.
Soslan Tigiev, bronze medalist from Uzbekistan for wrestling, men's freestyle 74 kg (2012)
Tony Andre Hansen, bronze medalist from Norway for equestrian, team show jumping (2008)
79, while third place went to American Evan Lysacek, the world bronze medalist.
Some of the world's most honored skaters performing include 2002 Olympic Gold Medalists Elena Berezhnaya & Anton Sikharulidze, the remarkable symmetry of two-time Olympic pair bronze medalists Isabelle Brasseur & Lloyd Eisler, two time Olympic Silver Medalist Brian Orser, and two-time bronze medalist Lu Chen are just a few of the many talented skaters in this extraordinary show.
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.
Their knees work as shock absorbers, and that's what gives them their incredible smoothness," noted announcer Tracy Wilson (a 1988 Olympic bronze medalist in ice dancing) as Bourne and Kraatz announced their arrival on the scene with an elegant yet playful free-dance program set to Greek folk music.
Bronze medalists were Veronica Ayers, Joshua Baker, Amy Young, Kaeley Shannon, Robert Jamison and Corinna Sutton.
The incredible cast will also include Olympic Champions Oksana Kazakova & Artur Dmitriev, two-time Olympic Bronze Medalists Isabelle Brasseur & Lloyd Eisler and U.
200 meters: Frankie Fredericks of Namibia and Ato Boldon of Trinidad and Tobago, the silver and bronze medalists in the 1996 Olympics, rank second and seventh on the all-time list at 19.
The Americans, defending bronze medalists, also fell behind in the final set but scored nine of the last 11 points.