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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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For local events, the athletes who won the gold will get P10,000; P8,000 for silver medalists; and P5,000 for bronze medalists.
Silver medalists were given PHP5,000 per group, and bronze medalists, PHP3,000 per group.
'What I learned here is no matter what happens just don't give up, persevere,' said Pauline Lopez, a bronze medalist for taekwando.
Likewise in team games, each of the gold medalists will be awarded Rs10,000, Rs7000 will handed to silver medalists and Rs5000 to the bronze medalists.
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.
Soslan Tigiev, bronze medalist from Uzbekistan for wrestling, men's freestyle 74 kg (2012)
National bronze medalist; and pairs skaters Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir, who are from the Boston area and are the 2009 Junior World bronze medalists.
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.
Other bronze medalists were Iain Mackay (Scotland), Stephen Wilson (Australia), and Amber Scott (Australia).
The bronze medalists, on the other hand, are assured of P1.15-million each.
Amir Khan (Navy), Afzal Rehman (KE), bronze medalists.
There were 34 silver and 63 bronze medalists from the KL meet.
Bronze medalists Vic Saludar (boxing), Mark Eddiva (wushu), and Paul Romero (taekwondo) were not included in the delegation list provided by the country's Asian Games Task Force.
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.
Class A athletes, or silver and bronze medalists from the world championships, chess grandmasters, Asian Games gold medalists and Olympians of the preceding cycle will now get P40,000 each.