Which medal is considered to be the higest - even more prestigious than the gold medal - in the olympic games?
Asked by nargis bhambi, 21 Apr '08 02:46 am
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The gold medal is the highest award for achievement in the Olympic Games. The first runner-up wins a silver medal and the second runner-up wins a bronze medal.Answered by Akshay Kalbag, 21 Apr '08 03:58 am
The Olympic Medal Nobre Guedes (Portuguese: Medalha Olmpica Nobre Guedes) is the most prestigious annual award given by the Olympic Committee of Portugal (COP) to still-active Portuguese sportspeople which stood out for their sporting results and achievements in the previous year. It is named in honour of the former COP president Francisco Nobre Guedes (19571968) and has been awarded uninterruptedly since 1951.Answered by Jack Johnson, 23 Apr '08 08:58 am
The honor of winning an event is more prestigious than any award given to the winner.Answered by joyoti sen, 21 Apr '08 02:20 pm
THE PRESTIGE THAT ATHELETES BROUGHT TO THEIR COUNTRY AND HONOUR THEY RECEIVE.Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 22 Apr '08 10:07 pm
highest award for achievementAnswered by sudesh, 21 Apr '08 06:17 am