silver medal

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Synonyms for silver medal

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


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As for those who will participate in the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, the gold medalists will get P300,000, the silver medalists P150,000, and the bronze medalists P60,000 each.
Seventeen-year-old Hanyu was nearly 10 points clear of former world silver medalist and compatriot Takahiko Kozuka going into the free skate.
Also in the field is 2009 World Championships silver medalist Kyriakos Ioannou.
The two-time Olympic champion, Virgilijus Alekna of Lithuania, faces recent Olympic champion Gerd Kanter of Estonia, 2004 Olympic silver medalist Zoltan Kovago of Hungary and 2008 silver medalist Piotr Malachowski of Poland.
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97 points ahead of compatriots and Olympic silver medalists Zhang Dan and Zhang Hao.
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In the women's competition, Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen fell twice and stepped out of another jump during qualifying and wound up third behind Japan's Fumie Suguri and American teenager Kimmie Meissner in one group.
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Tara Lipinski the 1998 Olympic Gold Medalist, World Champion and United States Champion, and Nancy Kerrigan, Olympic Silver Medalist, World Silver Medalist and United States Champion are among a long list of World and Olympic champions performing this summer at the Sun Valley summer ice shows, announced Wallace Huffman, general manager.
Moffett and Visser - partners from the American Film Institute - were silver medalists in the dramatic category for ``My Body.
Tamara Moskvina, a 4-foot-10-inch tower of ingenuity, has in less than three years made Olympic gold and silver medalists of two couples who train with her in a dreary rink where heat, light, hot water and decent ice conditions often are absent.
Included in the field of 64 teams is defending champions Karch Kiraly and Kent Steffes, gold medalists at the 1996 Olympics, silver medalists Mike Dodd and Mike Whitmarsh, and Stoklos, who admits he will take an occasional longing glance toward the Manhattan Beach pier.
David and Aaron Smith pulled off the biggest upset of the tournament, knocking off Olympic silver medalists and No.