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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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Mark, Daniel and Phil won bronze medals in the Level 3 Popular Music Competition.
The AAFLA also finds it queer that Australia's Tanya Harding is added among the proud Bruins heritage for her team softball bronze medal.
Shiner Bock has won medals in a number of international competitions, including Bronze Medals at the 2001 and 2002 Great American Beer Festival and Bronze at the 2003, 2004 and 2005 Australian International Beer Awards.
Peshawar secured 88 points with five gold medals in -37kg (Komal), -48kg (Saima), -52kg (Shumaila), -56kg (Nazia) and -65kg (Naila) and two bronze medals.
South Korea - 42 gold, 48 silver and 47 bronze medals
Dubai swimmers won another three bronze medals to top the swimming competition even as Ajman bagged a gold and a bronze.
Jade Milne-Parry of Australia and Sonam Tshomo of Bhutan took the bronze medals.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Judo Association (KPK) have won the Championship by getting 70 points with 4 Gold and 1 Silver Medals, while Baluchistan got second place by earning 1 Gold, 2 Silver and 4 Bronze Medals with 55 points and Punjab got 3rd place by wining 2 Gold and 1 Bronze Medals with 36 points.
At the end of the track cycling events, South Korea topped the chart with 12 gold, seven silver and seven bronze medals for a total of 26 medals.
ANKARA, Jun 25, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish boxers have won 1 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals at the end of European Men Boxing Championships which was held in Ankara.
With its total 30 medals--14 Gold, 10 Silver and 6 Bronze medals, India remained on the second position in the medals tally of the XIX Commonwealth Games being held in Delhi.
BAHRAINI weightlifter Ali Hassan won three bronze medals yesterday on day two of the GCC Weightlifting Championships.
In the 20 kilometers racewalking event, the gold medal went to Hussein al-Sabaa from Tunisia, while the silver and bronze medals went to Algerians Ali Amroush and Hisham Mujber respectively.
In the 9-10 years age groups, Ellie Hawke led the way with an outstanding championships that saw her claim three gold medals (200 metre freestyle, 200 butterfly and 400 freestyle), two silver medals (50 freestyle and 400 IM) and four bronze medals (50 backstroke, 200 backstroke, 100 IM and 400 IM).
Simon Carter and David Chalton both achieved two bronze medals in each of their fights.