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Elisabeth Demleitner of bronze medal

Elisabeth Demleitner (born 23 September 1952 in Kochel am See) is a West German luger who competed during the 1970s and early 1980s. Competing in three Winter Olympics, she won the bronze medal in the women's singles event at the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck.

Demleitner also won four medals in the women's singles event at the FIL World Luge Championships with one gold (1971), two silvers (1974, 1979), and one bronze (1970). Additionally, she won three medals in the women's singles event at the FIL European Luge Championships with two golds (1977, 1978) and one silver (1972).

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Brian Harvey (athlete) of bronze medal

Brian Harry Harvey, OAM (born 3 October 1965) is an Australian Paralympic athlete. He was born in the Queensland city of Rockhampton, and has cerebral palsy. At the 1996 Atlanta Games, he won a gold medal in the Men's Javelin F34/37 event, for which he received a Medal of the Order of Australia. He won a bronze medal at the 2000 Sydney Games in the Men's Discus Throw F38 event. That year, he received an Australian Sports Medal. He participated in the 2004 Athens Games, but did not win any medals at that competition.

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Ieva Sodeikien of bronze medal

Ieva ukauskait-Sodeikien (born 24 January 1990) is a Lithuanian ballroom dancer. She is currently dancing with her partner Evaldas Sodeika and competing in the non-professional division.

In the 2014 World Amateur Championships Sodeika/Sodeikien won bronze medals. During the 2015 European Amateur Championships two Lithuanian amateur couples reached the final for the first time (Sodeika/Sodeikien and Lacitis/Golodneva). Sodeika and Sodeikien ended up winning bronze medals.

In 2017, Sodeikien represented Lithuania in the 2017 World Games and she won the bronze medal in Standard.

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Jorge Alfaro (athlete) of bronze medal

Jorge Luis Alfaro Quiones (born 10 June 1962) is a Cuban high jumper.

He made his mark with two medals in the u-17 class at the 1978 Central American and Caribbean Junior Championships. He later won the gold medal at the 1979 Central American and Caribbean Championships, the bronze medal at the 1981 Central American and Caribbean Championships, the gold medal at the 1983 Central American and Caribbean Championships, the gold medal at the 1983 Ibero-American Championships and the bronze medal at the 1983 Pan American Games.

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Anna Schell of bronze medal

Anna Schell (born 3 August 1993) is a German freestyle wrestler. At the 2019 World Wrestling Championships held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan she won one of the bronze medals in the 68 kg event. She is scheduled to represent Germany at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.

In 2019, she also won the silver medal in the 72 kg event at the 2019 European Wrestling Championships held in Bucharest, Romania. In 2020, she competed in the 68 kg event without winning a medal. She lost her bronze medal match against Danut Domikaityt of Lithuania.

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Josef Vntus of bronze medal

Josef Vntus (17 February 1931 December 2001), was a Czech rower who competed for Czechoslovakia in the 1956 Summer Olympics, in the 1960 Summer Olympics, and in the 1964 Summer Olympics.

He was born in Kyleovice, Opava District.

In 1956 he was a crew member of the Czechoslovak boat which was eliminated in the semi-finals of the eight event.

Four years later he won the bronze medal with the Czechoslovak boat in the eights competition.

At the 1964 Games he won his second bronze medal as part of the Czechoslovak boat in the eights event.

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Russian national team of bronze medal

Antonov was a member of the junior national teams of Russia. With Russia's junior national teams, he played at the 2007 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship, the 2008 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship, and the 2009 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship.

He has also been a member of the senior Russian national basketball team. With Russia's senior team, he played at the EuroBasket 2011, where he won a bronze medal, and at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where he won a bronze medal. He has also played at the EuroBasket 2013, the EuroBasket 2015, and the EuroBasket 2017.

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Olympic Games of bronze medal

1980 Moscow Olympic Results - Boxed as a Flyweight (51kg)

Round of 16 - Defeated Rabi Raj Thapa (Nepal) referee stopped contest in first round

Quarterfinals - Defeated Daniel Radu (Romania) by decision, 4-1

Semifinals - Lost to Viktor Miroshnichenko (Soviet Union) by decision, 1-4 (was awarded bronze medal)1988 Seoul Olympic Results - Boxed as a Flyweight (51kg)

Round of 64 - bye

Round of 32 - Defeated Roberto Jalnaiz (Philippines) by decision, 4-1

Round of 16 - Lost to Andreas Tews (East Germany) by decision, 0-5

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Peter Michael (speed skater) of bronze medal

Peter Michael (born 9 May 1989) is a New Zealand long track speed skater, and multiple world champion inline speed skater.

Michael won eight titles at the world inline skating championships, and two medals at The World Games; 2013 (gold) and 2017 (bronze). He has also been competing in ice speed skating since 2016. In 2017, he won silver and bronze medals at the World Single Distance Championships in Gangneung, South Korea. Michael competed at the 2018 Winter Olympics, where his best finish was 4th in both the 5000 metres and the team pursuit.

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Holger Nurmela of bronze medal

Holger Nurmela "Hogge" (28 October 1920 1 March 2005) was a Swedish ice hockey left winger. Between 1938 and 1956 he played 112 international games and scored 84 goals. He competed at the 1948, 1952 and 1956 Olympics and won a bronze medal in 1952, finishing fourth in 1948 and 1956. He also won a gold, a silver and a bronze medal at the world championships.

Nurmela won three Swedish titles with Hammarby IF (1942, 1943, 1945) and was the best Swedish scorer in 1949 and 1950. After retiring from competitions he worked as a coach with Hammarby IF.

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Isabelle Forrer of bronze medal

Isabelle Forrer (born 28 March 1982) is a Swiss beach volleyball player. She represented her country at the 2016 Summer Olympics with doubles partner Anouk Verg-Dpr. Forrer and Verg-Dpr were eliminated in the round of 16 by German pair Laura Ludwig and Kira Walkenhorst (the eventual gold medal winners). Forrer and Verg-Dpr finished 9th. The pair competed at the 2016 World Tour Finals in Toronto and won the bronze medal. They won the bronze medal match against Larissa Franca and Talita Antunes of Brazil in straight sets (21-19, 21-18).

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Melvin Bibo of bronze medal

Melvin Bibo is a Nigerian freestyle wrestler. He won one of the bronze medals in the men's 74 kg event at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and the silver medal in the men's 86 kg event at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

In 2016 he won one of the bronze medals in the men's 74 kg event at the 2016 African Wrestling Championships. At the 2018 African Wrestling Championships he won the gold medal in the men's 86 kg event. The following year at the 2019 African Wrestling Championships he won one of the bronze medals in the men's 86 kg event.

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Rim Jong-sim (wrestler) of bronze medal

Rim Jong-sim (born 25 April 1994) is a North Korean freestyle wrestler. In 2018, she won one of the bronze medals in the women's freestyle 62 kg event at the 2018 Asian Games held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

At the 2016 Asian Wrestling Championships held in Bangkok, Thailand she won the silver medal in the women's 63 kg event.

In 2019, she competed in the women's freestyle 62 kg event at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. In this competition she lost her bronze medal match against Yukako Kawai of Japan.

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Elena Chistilina of bronze medal

Elena Chistilina is a Paralympic athlete from Russia competing mainly in category T46 sprint events.

She competed in the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Greece. There she won a bronze medal in the women's 100 metres - T46 event, a bronze medal in the women's 200 metres - T46 event and finished eighth in the women's 400 metres - T46 event. She also competed at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, China. There she won a silver medal in the women's 100 metres - T46 event and finished fifth in the women's 200 metres - T46 event

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Jaakko Tallus of bronze medal

Jaakko Tapio Tallus (born February 23, 1981 in Lieksa) is a nordic combined athlete from Finland who won gold (4 x 5km team) and silver (15km individual) medals at the 2002 Winter Olympics and a bronze (4 x 5km team) medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics. He also earned three medals at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in the 4 x 5km team events with one gold (2007) and two bronze (2001, 2003).

Tallus has three individual career victories, all earned in Finland in 1998. He also has three World Cup victories in team events between 2001 and 2007.

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Lina Andersson of bronze medal

Lina Andersson (born March 18, 1981 in Malmberget) is a Swedish cross-country skier who has competed since 1998. She won a gold medal in the Team sprint (with Anna Dahlberg) at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin and also finished 11th in the Individual sprint in those same games.

Andersson also won three medals at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships with two silvers (Individual sprint: 2005, team sprint: 2009) and a bronze (4 5km relay: 2009). She also has nineteen individual victories at all levels at various distances since 1999.

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Marieke van Doorn of bronze medal

Marieke Birgitta van Doorn (born June 15, 1960 in Rotterdam) is a former Dutch field hockey midfielder, who was a member of the National Women's Team that won the golden medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics.

Four years later in Seoul she captured the bronze medal with the Dutch national side. From 1982 to 1988 she played a total number of 100 international matches for Holland, in which she scored 29 goals. She retired after the 1988 Summer Olympics and was in charge as a hockey coach in the 1990s at her former club HGC.

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Honours of bronze medal

NationalOlympic Games: Gold medal - 2000, 2004

World Championships: Gold medal - 2003; Silver medal - 1998

European Championship: Gold medal - 1997, 1999; Silver medal - 1993; Bronze medal - 2001, 2003

Universiade: (Silver medal - 1995)

Junior World Championships: (Gold medal - 1995; Bronze medal - 1993)

Junior European Championship: (Gold medal - 1992, 1994)ClubCup Winners' Cup Winners (2): (1998 - with FTC; 2003 - with Posillipo)Hungarian Championship (OB I): 5x (2000 - with FTC; 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012 - with Vasas)

Hungarian Cup (Magyar Kupa): 3x (1996 (2) - with FTC; 2004, 2005 - with Vasas) Italian Championship (Serie A1): 1x (2001 - with Posillipo)

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Ann-Sofi Pettersson of bronze medal

Elin Ann-Sofi Pettersson-Colling (later Saltin, born 1 January 1932) is a Swedish retired gymnast. She competed at the 1952 and 1956 Summer Olympics and won a gold and a silver medal in the obsolete event team portable apparatus. In 1956, she also won a bronze on the vault, the only Swedish gymnast to win an individual Olympic medal.

Pettersson was the national champion in 1951 to 1958 and sportswoman of the year in 1955. She later married Bengt Saltin, a sports scientist, and worked as a doctor.

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Shin Tae-yang of bronze medal

Shin Tae-yang (Korean:; born 1 October 2000) is a South Korean badminton player. Shin was educated at Chungju high school and was part of the national junior team that claimed the mixed team title at the 2017 Asian Junior Championships, and also won three bronze medals in the individual event at that competition in 2017 and 2018. At the World Junior Championships, he helped the team win the bronze medal in 2017, a silver medal in 2018, and also clinched the silver medal in the boys' doubles event in 2018.

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Robert Newman (bowls) of bronze medal

Robert Newman (born 1975) is a former English international bowls player.

Newman won three bronze medals in the World Bowls Championship. The first two in the triples and fours at the 2004 World Outdoor Bowls Championship in Ayr followed by another bronze in the fours at the 2008 World Outdoor Bowls Championship in Christchurch.

Newman also won a bronze medal at the lawn bowls competition at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. He announced his retirement in 2016.

He won two Men's National Championships in the triples (2003) and the fours (1993) bowling for Reading.

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Jens Lubrich of bronze medal

Jens Lubrich is a German sprint canoer who competed in the mid-1990s. He won a bronze medal in the C-4 1000m event at the 1995 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Duisburg.

Jens also won five medals at the IDBF Dragonboat World Championships with one silver (Premier Mix 250m) and two bronze medals (Premier Mix 500m, Premier Open 1000m) for Germany at the 2001 IDBF Dragonboat World Championships in Philadelphia, USA, and two bronze medals (Premier Mix 200m and 500m) for Australia at the 2007 IDBF Dragonboat World Championships in Sydney, Australia.

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Wolfgang Gldenpfennig of bronze medal

Wolfgang Gldenpfennig (born 20 December 1951) is a retired East German rower who competed at the 1972 and 1976 Summer Olympics. In 1972 he won a bronze medal in the single sculls event, whereas in 1976 he became Olympic champion in the quadruple sculls. Gldenpfennig won two world titles in the quadruple sculls, in 1975 and 1977, as well as a European bronze medal in the single sculls in 1973. After retiring from competitions he worked as a rowing coach, training Karl-Heinz Buert, Uwe Heppner, Uwe Mund and Martin Winter.

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She is the 2016 Olympic double sculls champion with rowing partner Natalia Madaj. From 2009 to 2012, she rowed with Julia Michalska.------Dejan Terzi of bronze medalDejan Terzi (Serbian Cyrillic: , 21 April 1987 in Beej, SR Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian sprint canoer.He won a bronze medal in the K-4 1000 m event at the 2012 Canoe Sprint European Championships in Zagreb.------Archery of bronze medalThree of the Rhodesian delegation participated in archery events, none won a medal. Their best finish was sixth by Smit in the women's Albion round open, an event won by Margaret Harriman, who previously competed for Rhodesia at the 1960 Summer Paralympics.------Mixed martial arts career of bronze medalUltimate Fighting ChampionshipOn April 25, 2015, it was announced that Makhov had signed with the Ultimate Fighting Championship to compete in the heavyweight division. Makhov will continue to wrestle and had hoped to medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.------Mkhitar Manukyan of bronze medalMkhitar Manukyan (Armenian: , born 20 September 1973) is a retired Armenian-Kazakh Greco-Roman wrestler. He competed at the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Olympics and won a bronze medal in 2004. He also won a world title in 1998 and 1999 and an Asian title in 1997 and 1999..------Milena Rai of bronze medalMilena Rai (Serbian Cyrillic: ; born 25 October 1990) is a Serbian professional volleyball player. She plays for Serbia women's national volleyball team. She won a silver medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics and also competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics. She is 1.93m (6ft 4in) tall.------Anthony Peddle of bronze medalAnthony Peddle (born 11 May 1971) was a British Paralympic weightlifter. Peddle competed in seven Summer Paralympic Games a record number for a British athlete. He won gold at the 2000 Games in Sydney and a bronze medal in both the 1992 and 1996 Games.------Olympic results of bronze medal1996 won the bronze medal at the Atlanta Olympics representing Russia.Defeated Mikhail Yurchenko (Kazakhstan) RSC-1Defeated Ren Monse (Germany) PTS (9-5)Lost to Wladimir Klitschko (Ukraine) PTS (1-4)2000 competed at the Sydney Olympics representing Russia.Lost to Audley Harrison (Great Britain) RSC-4------Olympic record of bronze medal1992: individual bronze; team silver (both on Messiah)1996: individual gold (on Ready Teddy); team bronze (on Chesterfield)2000: individual did not finish (on Welton Envoy); team did not finish (on Ready Teddy)2004: individual 18th; team 5th (both on Ready Teddy)------Sergey Shubenkov of bronze medalSergey Vladimirovich Shubenkov (Russian: ; born 4 October 1990) is a Russian athlete who competes in the 110 metres hurdles. He is the 2015 World Champion, two-time European Champion (2014, 2012) and 2013 World bronze medalist in men's 110 m hurdles------Petre Dicu of bronze medalPetre Dicu (born 27 May 1954) is a retired light-heavyweight Greco-Roman wrestler from Romania. He competed at the 1976 and 1980 Olympics and won a bronze medal in 1980. He won two more bronze medals at European championships in 1978 and 1979 and a silver medal at the 1977 World Championships..------Olympic finals of bronze medalDoubles (1 gold, 1 silver)Mixed Doubles (1 bronze)Rosie Reyes Darmon and Pierre Darmon lost in the semifinals to Peaches Bartkowicz and Ingo Buding 63, 26, 16. As the exhibition tournament did not feature a bronze medal play-off match, both beaten semifinal teams received bronze medals------Anastasia Maksimova of bronze medalAnastasia Ivanovna Maksimova (Russian: ; born 27 June 1991) is a Russian group rhythmic gymnast. She is the 2016 Olympics Group champion, the 2015 Worlds Group All-around champion, two-time World Group All-around bronze medalist and two-time European (2016, 2014) Group All-around champion.------Iran at the 2019 Military World Games of bronze medalIran competed at the 2019 Military World Games held in Wuhan, China from 18 to 27 October 2019. In total athletes representing Iran won four gold medals, two silver medals and five bronze medals. The country finished in 14th place in the medal table.------Tetyana Vodopyanova of bronze medalTetyana Vodopyanova (born January 11, 1973 in Kiev) is a former Ukrainian biathlete. She is a "Distinguished Master of Sports" at the Institute of Physical Education and Wellness of the Volyn National University------Florent Pitrus of bronze medalFlorent Marius Pitrus (born January 19, 1981) is a French professional basketball player, who lastly played for Orlans Loiret Basket of the LNB Pro A. His younger brother, Mickal Pitrus, played in the National Basketball Association (NBA)------Palestine at the 2000 Summer Paralympics of bronze medalOne male and one female athlete from Palestine participated in the 2000 Summer Paralympics in Sydney, Australia. It was the first Palestinian Territories participation in the Paralympic Games. Husam Azzam won Palestine's only medal: a bronze in the shot put..------Boxing of bronze medalTwo athletes competed in boxing: Junior Mikamou and Franck Mombey.Mikamou competed in the men's flyweight (52kg) event and Mombey competed in the men's featherweight (57kg) event. Neither of them won a medal.------Gordon Mackay (wrestler) of bronze medalGordon Mackay is a former wrestler from New Zealand.He won the bronze medal at the 1970 British Commonwealth Games in the men's 74kg event. Four years later at the 1974 British Commonwealth Games he repeated the feat again winning the bronze medal.------John Twomey (athlete) of bronze medalJohn Twomey (born March 2, 1923) is an American athlete, who competed in the 1951 Pan American Games.In 1951 Twomey won the silver medal in the 5000 metres event and the bronze medal in the 1500 metres competition.------Viveca Lindfors (figure skater) of bronze medalViveca Lindfors (born 30 January 1999) is a retired Finnish figure skater. She is the 2019 European bronze medalist, 2018 CS Finlandia Trophy bronze medalist, 2018 CS Tallinn Trophy bronze medalist, 2018 Nordic champion, and the 2019 Finnish national champion------Medal winners of bronze medalNote: There was no bronze medal match. It is unknown if Malaya were awarded the bronze medal as they finished third in the group. A photo of the award ceremony shown three players but only Vietnamese and Thai players are identified.------Netherlands at the 1968 Summer Paralympics of bronze medalNetherlands competed at the 1968 Summer Paralympics in Tel Aviv, Israel. The team included 35 athletes, 24 men and 11 women. Competitors from Netherlands won 20 medals, including 12 gold, 4 silver and 4 bronze to finish 8th in the medal table..------Japan at the 1958 Asian Games of bronze medalJapan participated and hosted the 1958 Asian Games held in the capital city of Tokyo.This country was ranked 1st with 67 gold medals, 41 silver medals and 30 bronze medals with a total of 138 medalsto secure its top spot in the medal tally.------Shaama Sandooyea of bronze medalShaama Sandooyea (born 7 January 1997) is a Mauritian badminton player. Sandooyea competed at the 2014 African Youth Games, and won a silver and a bronze medal in the girls' doubles and singles respectively. She also helped the team claim the bronze medal..------Australian Paralympic Archery team of bronze medalAustralia was represented in archery at the first 1960 Summer Paralympic Games. Three athletes - Ross Sutton, Tony South and Alan Conn have won gold medals. Australia has won medals at six Games------Silvia Navarro (handballer) of bronze medalSilvia Navarro Gimnez (born 20 March 1979) is a Spanish handball goalkeeper for BM Remudas and the Spain national team.She holds two bronze medals from the 2011 World Championships and 2012 London Summer Olympics.------Jon Andrews of bronze medalJon David Andrews (born 26 April 1967) is a New Zealand cycling coach and former Olympic cyclist. He won two bronze medals at the 1990 Commonwealth Games. He competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics.Andrews was awarded the New Zealand 1990 Commemoration Medal.------Fighting style of bronze medal"My forte is that I have... good shoulder throw techniques. I don't have an aggressive style. I usually focus on defense and attack the opponents in the latter part of the match." Gwak on his fighting style------Mongolia women's national volleyball team of bronze medalThe Mongolia women's national volleyball team represents Mongolia in international women's volleyball competitions and friendly matches.It qualified for the Asian Women's Volleyball Championship twice. (2013 and 2015)It won the bronze medal at the 2018 East Asian Volleyball Championship.------Darya Stukalova of bronze medalDarya Sergeyevna Stukalova (Russian: ; born 22 August 1994) is a Russian Paralympic swimmer. She won a silver medal and three bronze medals on her debut at the 2012 Summer Paralympics. She won five gold medals and a silver medal at the 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships in Montreal..------Nanna Jansson of bronze medalNanna Kristina Jansson (born July 7, 1983 in Gvle, Sweden) is an ice hockey player from Sweden. She won a silver medal at the 2006 Winter Olympics and a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics.------Melanie Booth of bronze medalMelanie Lynn Booth (born August 24, 1984) is a Canadian retired soccer player. She last played for Sky Blue FC in the National Women's Soccer League and for the Canada women's national soccer team------Zipora Rubin-Rosenbaum of bronze medalZipora Rubin-Rosenbaum (born 1946) is an Israeli athlete who has won 30 Paralympic medals. She has represented Israel at the Summer Paralympic Games seven times and has competed in athletics, swimming and table tennis at the Games------Olympics of bronze medalIn the 2004 Summer Olympics, Giles competed in the C-1 1000 m event. He finished second in his initial heat, advancing to the semifinal with a time of 3:52.451. Giles won his semifinal with a time of 3:51.720, qualifying for the final. There, he placed fifth at 3:51.457.------Daniele Garozzo of bronze medalDaniele Garozzo (danjle arttso; born 4 August 1992) is an Italian foil fencer. He is the current Olympic champion having won the gold medal in the Men's Individual Foil at the 2016 Summer Olympics. His older brother is pe fencer Enrico Garozzo..------Lavina Martins of bronze medalLavina Sabastian Martins (born 3 February 1993) is a Kenyan badminton player. In 2015, she won the bronze medal at the African Games in women's doubles event. She also competed at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland..------Jordan at the 2004 Summer Paralympics of bronze medalJordan competed at the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Greece. The team included 10 athletes, 5 men and 5 women. Competitors from Jordan won 2 medals, including 1 silver and 1 bronze to finish 64th in the medal table..------Kevin Han of bronze medalKevin Qi Han (born November 25, 1972) is a Chinese American badminton player who won the bronze medal in the inaugural men's singles competition at the 1995 Pan American Games, followed by the gold medal four years later in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada------First successes of bronze medalIn 1945 Muratova won her first major competition, the USSR Junior Championships. She soon became one of the strongest Soviet gymnasts, the only one to win five Soviet all-around titles, yet she was often unlucky at major international events
Knowledge About Bronze Medal: Skiing Career of Bronze Medal
Skiing career of bronze medalEtherington began skiing while still sighted at the age of eight, being taught by her father Andrew and her sisters. She continued skiing recreationally for the next ten years. In 2009, she joined the British Disabled Ski Team (BDST) at development level, and began racing internationally in 2011. The following year she carried the Olympic torch through Lincoln, and was inspired to compete at a higher level after watching the 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics in London.Etherington's at Europa cup and International Paralympic Committee (IPC) alpine skiing events was achieved with her sighted guide Fiona Gingell, but Etherington was forced to appeal for a new guide on her Facebook page after Gingell married and moved to America. After two applicants pulled out, she was left without a guide at the beginning of 2013, but Heather Mills, who had not qualified for the World Championships, offered her coach, John Clark.The pair qualified for the 2013 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships in La Molina, representing Great Britain. At La Molina, Etherington came fourth in the women's slalom and came third in the women's super-G, taking bronze. The runs ensured her place at the 2014 Winter Paralympics in Sochi. Etherington teamed up with Caroline Powell in April, allowing her to compete that season. Etherington and Powell began skiing together in August 2013.ParalympicsThe 2014 Winter Paralympics was Etherington's debut Paralympics, competing for ParalympicsGB. She competed in the downhill, winning a silver medal with Powell on 8 March 2014. Slovakian Henrieta Farkasova came 2.73 seconds ahead. This was the first time a British woman had won a Winter Paralympic medal on snow, and ParalympicsGB's first medal of the 2014 Paralympics. Etherington then won a bronze medal in the women's downhill skiing, and silver in the slalom and the super combined. After winning a silver medal in the super-G visually impaired event on 14 March 2014, she and Powell became Great Britain's most successful female Winter Paralympians, and the first Britons to win four medals at one Paralympics. However, they pulled out of the giant slalom, which was on the day of the Sochi 2014 Closing Ceremony. The four medals she won at the 2014 Winter Paralympics were part of a total of six for ParalympicsGB, 66% of the total British medals at the games.Etherington was the flag bearer for Great Britain at the closing ceremony, despite rupturing an ovarian cyst, which left her in a wheelchair for much of the day of the ceremony; she was able to walk and carry the flag having taken painkillers. After the end of the 2014 Winter Paralympics, she was unsure if she would continue competing at international level, saying "I don't really know what I want right now".In November 2014, Etherington announced her retirement from the Paralympic Alpine Skiing programme, aged 23.------Sporting career of bronze medalSwimmingReppe's first major international competition was the 2002 IPC Swimming World Championships in Mar del Plata in Argentina. Still a youth, she entered five events winning bronze in the 400m freestyle.Reppe was 17 years-old when she first represented Germany at a Summer Paralympics; the 2004 Games in Beijing. There she took part in six events, three individual and three relay events. She won two bronze medals, in the 100m freestyle (S9) and the 400m freestyle (S9). For her Paralympic achievements in Beijing she was awarded the Silbernes Lorbeerblatt (Silver Laurel Leaf).In 2006, she took part in her second World Championships, this time in Durban, South Africa. Reppe entered eight events and won her third World bronze when she was part of the German women's 4 100 m relay team. Two years later she represented her country in the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing. She entered four events, all individual. She only managed to qualify for one final, the 400m freestyle (S9), where she finished sixth in a time of 4:51.59.Reppe took part in both the 2010 IPC Swimming World Championships in Durban and the 2011 IPC Swimming World Championships in Berlin, but failed to medal in either of the Championships. At the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London she entered three events, the 100m and 400m freestyle (S9) and the 100m backstroke (S9). She managed to qualify for both the 100m backstroke and 400m freestyle finals, finishing 8th and 5th respectively.CyclingAfter London, Reppe and her coach disagreed on her future direction in swimming, and Reppe left the sport. She left sport completely and joined her family's business, but the calling to compete and travel were too strong and she looked for a sport outside swimming that she could join. Initially she tried track and field events, specifically the javelin and shot put, but she had a preference for endurance events and contacted a cycling club in Dresden. She attended a trial biking weekend where she was introduced to handbiking, and she decided to take up the sport.While Reppe was competing at the London Paralympics she was followed by German film director Niko von Glasgow, who used her experience of the Games as part of his documentary Mein Weg nach Olympia. Through the film she was contacted by German Paralympian Errol Marklein, who was now at the forefront as a coach for handbiking in Germany. In 2013, after the premier of Mein Weg nach Olympia in Essen, Marklin surprised Reppe on the stage with a custom built handbike which was the beginning of a new career for Reppe as a professional rider.Now classified as a H4 rider, Reppe first represented Germany at a major international when she attended the 2014 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships in Greenville in the United States. She won her first UCI World title, taking the women's Road race title and followed this with the bronze medal in the time trial. She successfully defended her road race title the following year in the 2011 Championships in Nottwil and improved on her time trial event by taking home the silver medal.
What Happened to the Olympian Who Threw Down His Bronze Medal?
He lost it due to poor conduct (rightly so). I assume it goes to the #4 winner1. how can i clean my bronze medal ?Brasso. It's the best brass and general polish out there. Comes in a small metal can. You could always submerge it in white vinegar and pour salt on it. The reaction will clean the tarnish off, but the oxidation may give it a pinkish hue. I would go with the Brasso, personally. Used the heck out of it in the Army.2. Swedish wrestler stripped of bronze medal?youtube.com if you cant find it i will look for it if you need help send me a message i searched and searched and only found fake videos and old ones ot the swedish wrestler sorry man i tryed.3. Why did our best NBA pros with Duncan, Lebron, Iverson, Wade only win a bronze medal in the 2004 Olympics?they got better now4. Why isnt the bronze medal flag raised lower than the silver medal?That's what I've been wondering for a while5. Is it good??Ara Abrahamian Throws away olympic bronze medal! ?I think the name tells you everything you really need to know. Too bad the European countries are letting these people in6. Which cricket records would you equate with an Olympic Gold/Silver/Bronze medal ?First of all I would accuse Sanga d King and drag him to courts for stealing my thoughts a bit. lol For players: Gold=Most runs and wickets in Test and ODI - Sachin and Murali. Silver=Highest individual score in Test and ODI and most wickets-innings in the same - Sehwag and Lara, Kumble and *not willing to search and not sure who that is*. Bronze=Six sixes in an over - Yuvraj and Gibbs. For teams: Gold= Australia's hattrick of WCs. Silver= Windies 2 WC and a final berth. Bronze=India's 2 WC win. In short terms, each WC win=Gold, Final berth=silver, 3rd rank=Bronze.7. olympic tennis bronze medal?The two losers in the semi finals will play a match for the bronze. Novak beat James and won the bronze :)8. how many different ways can a gold, silver, and bronze medal be awarded if there are 6 sprinters in the race.?Well!! As you have only three medals, only those 3 who finish first will get it!! No. of possible arrangements = P(6,3) = 6!/(6-3)! = 6! / 3! = 120 Thus, you can give the medals away in 120 different ways9. Who are you cheering for in the gold and bronze medal hockey games?Canada, USA10. Do you think Alicia Sacramone was ripped off of the bronze medal in the women's vault event final?no, bela11. Who will win Gold, Silver and Bronze medal in Beijing Olympics (Men and Women)?gold-- fed silver- nadal bronze-- djoker gold-serena williams silver ivanovic bronze- venus12. About throwing away Bronze Medal, Ara abrahamian, anybody actually read the article?I would like to add some more details since there still seems to be people who actually think he threw the medal because he was a sore loser. In an interview Ara explains why he left the gold medal on the mat: "I didnt want to have it, it wasnt mine. Im doing sports and there always the chance of loosing. I can take a loss if its due to my not performing well or the opponent being better. This wasnt the case in the semi-final." The protest was aimed at the Internatinal wrestling committee. Ara continues: "It wasnt correctly done. It wasnt my place to stand there and accept the bronze medal, I should have been in the final. It wasnt my medal so I didnt want to have it." Note: The mat-referee who made the call that the italian wrestler should have the deciding point is cousin with the president of the Italian wrestling assosciation. If you look at the video from the game you can see the head referee on the mat signaling for 1 point to Ara, which would have let the game continue, The point was not accepted by the other judges, but a point was given to the italian wrestler on an claimed mat escape from Ara, which clearly shows never was the case. It smells of corruption...
Who Got Bronze Medal for Boxing in India?
Vijender kumar of Haryana won the bronze medal in boxing for India1. how come a semifinalist in boxing is assured of at least a bronze medal in Olympics??The reason is because in all of the combat sports, there are 2 bronze medals awarded. Quarterfinals- a win here guarantees at least a bronze medal. Semifinals- a win here guarantees at least the silver medal, while a loss here still guarantees a bronze medal. Finals- a win here guarantees the gold medal, while a loss here guarantees the silver medal.2. If there was a tanning competition at the Olympics, would everybody get a bronze medal?Brains over bronze,RR.. When the pole vaulter tragically cracked open his head on the pole vault bar; The sunbather was showered with brains,& gotta doozy of an emotional scar.3. Why did our best NBA pros with Duncan, Lebron, Iverson, Wade only win a bronze medal in the 2004 Olympics?Other Olympic teams have vastly superior cohesion, for one thing. The men's team played together for something like 2 weeks before heading off to the Olympics. Think about that. 2 weeks of adjusting to playing with people you were fighting a few months ago, then going to play in the Olympics against teams that have in some cases played together for 5 years [Greece]. That definitely hurt us. But I think you can also point to a lack of drive in the last Olympics. Complacency, maybe. After all, the USA dominated international basketball for essentially the entirety of the 90s, and I mean dominated. This year, however, we've made some moves to counteract this [I think they practiced together for 1-2 months] and we are playing more preliminary matches. We should do better now that we've been shocked a little.4. The most notable bronze medal ever?Yep, congrats to Joannie Rochette for her courageous performance. I know I asked a question about who the 3rd best score was... but regardless it was close and it was certainly the most emotional event of the Olympics. Yu-na and Asada will dominate women's figure skating for years to come.5. Why wasn't Jamaica given a Bronze medal in women's 100m?Two Jamaicans tied for second,so they both won the silver, the USA won bronze6. Now that the USA gymnast won the bronze medal in 2000, Will there be a ceremony to receive their medals?There will not be anything official to give them medals. Maybe they will have a little get together of something, though. It's been 10 years, I would imagine it might be hard to get the medals back, but that is what they are supposed to do I think.7. Should Neville be stripped of his bronze medal?Of course you can leap across the finish line. If it were speed-walking, he would be required to keep one foot on the ground at all times. Since it was a running event, leaving the ground is perfectly legal. I think he actually tried to go in for the lean as runners typically do, but was so tired and leaned so hard he flung himself forward. This is legal. The only issue I can think of is that he must remain in his lane until passing the finish line, which I assume he successfully did.8. wade with his bronze medal so sad?Sound like someone who is upset shaq is winning with Wade, and Kobe is losing with Lamar. Laker fans getting to the point of losing and acting like losers is sad. Pretty soon LA will lose NBA just like it lost the NFL, unless the fans start worrying about winning.9. Did you want Slovakia to win the bronze medal in mens ice hockey?Yes I wanted Slovakia to win the bronze and it did not happen. After I watched the game it took me like 30mins to say something as I was so upset! But in the end of the day - 4th place is not so bad either!10. why didn't they show the Bronze medal ceremony today??Why not? Maybe that depends on what channel you were watching. In the Bronze medal ceremony, all the team members of Germany got medals from Platini, Beckenbauer, the president and the premier of Germany. After that, all the lights in the stadium were crushed out. The fireworks made the sky so beautiful. And at the moment, the official music of the summer of Italy in 1990 WC was heard in the stadium. Everybody became so happy, especially the Germans. Klinsmann was also very excited. That's such a good result for German football. That's it.
In the Beijing 2008 Olympics Who Was the Athlete Who Threw the Bronze Medal on the Floor?
Ara Abrahamian1. Munch Olimpiade bronze medal . How much can this medal gets today ?The value of an Olympic medal is determined by the person that won the medal and the event. If this is from a famous athlete then it is worth much more than a medal won in a "minor" sport by someone that is not known outside their sport.2. Only S$25,000 for Paralympic Games reward Bronze Medal ???? ?The largest award is $1 million, payable to the athlete who claims a gold medal at the Olympic Games. The smallest is a $10,000 windfall for a gold medalist at the SEA Games. So Singapore does not encourage physical challenger to challenge world class event. I am sure Singapore will not import a physical challenger for this event ? mmmm.....3. Why did our best NBA pros with Duncan, Lebron, Iverson, Wade only win a bronze medal in the 2004 Olympics?They did'nt play well enough to get gold or silver4. Why isnt the bronze medal flag raised lower than the silver medal?Good question! It should be lower5. Swedish wrestler stripped of bronze medal?Athletes have each precise to contest Olympic effects however the medals ceremony is not the situation for it! If Ara Abrahamian had an issue with the determination made by making use of referees then he and his coach could have lodged a suited protest to the worldwide Olympics Committee. interior the previous, the IOC has overturned referee's judgements and have even redistributed medals. Throwing the medal on the mat and strolling off interior the process the ceremony is undesirable sportmanship and Abrahamian shamed himself, his coach, and his usa.6. Which cricket records would you equate with an Olympic Gold/Silver/Bronze medal ?personal achievements Gold - A Tie between 15,000 Test runs and 800 wickets Silver - 500 wickets in both formats Bronze - 10,000 Test runs 10,000 ODI _____________________________ Team achievements Gold - Australias 3 WC wins Silver - 438 by SA chasing 436 Bronze - Sri Lankas 250 run run chase against Aussies after being 100/87. what do you think of these words by dywane wade on gettin the bronze medal?Hopefully it means he does not settle for mediocrity and is driven this year to win the gold with the "Redeem Team"8. What's better: winning one silver and one bronze medal, or winning one gold?Gold is always best9. Should Neville be stripped of his bronze medal?As long as it abides by the rules, I do not see any problems with it10. Should Fei Cheng deserve the bronze medal in vault?Yes because her first vault was perfect, and had an extreme difficulty level. I am not sure what you mean by deserved, because you are now suggesting an entirely different judging system based entirely on one's opinions. If medals only went to those who we think "deserve" it, then it would not exactly be fair?.11. what is the name of the swimmer who won a bronze medal in the 2004 olympics?Hey, sorry I can not exactly help you out but if you are looking for eye candy research Ryk Neethling. Damn, he makes me proud to be South African!12. how many gold, silver, and bronze medal have the US team won over the years of figure skating?The US has won a total of 43 medals in figure skating throughout all the years of the winter olympics Gold- 13 Silver- 15 Bronze- 1513. Do you think Alicia Sacramone was ripped off of the bronze medal in the women's vault event final?I would have been thrilled if Alicia got the bronze but the numbers just were not there unfortunately. Alicia got the worst luck going first because those scores are usually pretty conservative14. how come a semifinalist in boxing is assured of at least a bronze medal in Olympics??The reason is because in all of the combat sports, there are 2 bronze medals awarded. Quarterfinals- a win here guarantees at least a bronze medal. Semifinals- a win here guarantees at least the silver medal, while a loss here still guarantees a bronze medal. Finals- a win here guarantees the gold medal, while a loss here guarantees the silver medal.
Duhamel, Radford Earn Bronze Medal in World Pairs Skating
LONDON, ONT. - Meagan Duhamel left London three years ago with a bronze medal and a broken heart."I didn't qualify for the Olympics," Duhamel said. "It was the lowest point in my life. Rock bottom."Friday was the top.Duhamel and pairs partner Eric Radford scaled heights not seen by a Canadian pairs team in half a decade, claiming bronze at the world championships for Canada's first medal at the event."It's the most surreal unbelievable moment in our lives," Duhamel said. "It's something very special that we'll have with us forever, and for it to happen at home in Canada topped it all off."Duhamel, whose third-place finish on the same London ice in 2010 with former partner Craig Buntin wasn't enough to get her to the Vancouver Games, teamed up with Radford three years ago this month in a partnership that's put pairs back on the Canadian skating landscape."This is a nice little anniversary present," Radford said.They registered 204.56 points Friday to improve upon their fifth-place finish in last year's world championships, and claim Canada's first world pairs medal since Jessica Dubé and Bryce Davison claimed bronze in 2008."Last year we left the world championships and we said next year we're going to be on the podium. We set a plan, we set a goal, we had a dream, and I think for awhile we were the only ones who believed in it."And we did it. I think that's the greatest feeling in the world."Russians Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov captured the gold medal with 225.71, while four-time world champions Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy of Germany won the silver with 205.56.Kirsten Moore-Towers of St. Catharines and Dylan Moscovitch of Toronto narrowly missed claiming a medal, finishing fourth (199.50), marking the first time Canada has had two pairs teams in the top four since 1962.Moore-Towers and Moscovitch train at the Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club."I think Canada is becoming well-rounded in all disciplines, and that's not something I've seen since I've been skating, for 18 years," said Moore-Towers, who sparked the Canadian team's momentum here as the first team to compete."It was awesome," Moscovitch said. "We got to skate first for Canada from any discipline, we had a really exciting short program, we just got the ball rolling."Duhamel and Radford looked for awhile like their bronze would be silver. They were second after the short program and their only noticeable error in their free skate to the soundtrack from the British movie Angel was a botched three-jump combination that simply looked like they ran out of steam midway.Their triple twist lift was so big, Radford had time to put his hands behind his back as the five-foot Duhamel was spinning skyward.Their skate was considerably cleaner than that of Savchenko and Szolkowy, whose error-filled program to a flamenco version of Bolero had Twitter abuzz with references to "train wreck" and had fans at Budweiser Gardens booing when their scores were announced.Savchenko doubled a couple of planned triple jumps, while Szolkowy fell on a triple Salchow. Volosozhar and Trankov also weren't perfect, with Trankov falling on a throw.But the Canadian medal-winners were quick to shrug off any suggestions of disappointment in the marks."This bronze medal is golden to us. I don't think we feel anything but joy about it," Duhamel said.The two said their hearts were in their throats watching Yuko Kavaguti and Alexander Smirnov skate after them. The Russians had the potential to knock the Canadians off the podium, but that ended when Kavaguti fell out of a lift, and was left clutching onto Smirnov's shoulders like she was riding piggyback."It's always harder to watch somebody because we're not in control of what they're doing," Duhamel said. "I was watching, Eric went and sat in the bathroom and tried to forget about it."The Canadians' combined results means that Canada will have three pairs entries in next year's Sochi Olympics.The podium performance is just one highlight of what's been a strong world championships for the Canadian team thus far. Patrick Chan took a huge lead into Friday night's men's free program in his quest for a third consecutive world title.Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are in second place heading into Saturday's free dance, while 17-year-old Kaetlyn Osmond is fourth heading into the women's free program.Canada has never had a medal in all four disciplines at a world championships.For Moore-Towers and Moscovitch, the near-medal was a huge success after they failed to make last year's world championships.They had one major flub, they said, on a lift."It's kind of like we went through a wind storm, if you can imagine, that's kind of what (the lift) felt like," Moscovitch said."At that moment, I was thinking that Dylan was the strongest person I've ever met, because I don't think I did my part in making that lift easy for him," Moore-Towers said. "He did a good job at saving that."The Canadian Press
Knowledge Related to Bronze Medal of Military Valor
The Bronze Medal of Military Valor (Italian: Medaglia di bronzo al valor militare) is an Italian medal for gallantry.It was established by Charles Albert of Sardinia on 26 March 1833, along with the higher ranking Gold and Silver Medals for Military valor.These medals, as well as the "Croce di Guerra al Valor Militare" (War Cross of Military Valor - which can only be awarded in time of war) are established by the Royal Decree of 4 November 1932, in which their purpose is defined as "To distinguish and publicly honor the authors of heroic military acts, even ones performed in time of peace, provided that the exploit is closely connected with the purposes for which the Armed Forces are constituted, whatever may be the condition or quality of the author."During the First World War, the medal was given out some 60,244 times for individual acts of heroism (compared to 38,614 Silver medals and 368 Gold Medals).• Other Related Knowledge of bronze medalBiography of bronze medalLimbach was born in a family closely involved in fencing: his father directs the fencing section of TSV Bayer Dormagen and his younger sister Anna also fences for Germany. He took up the sport at the age of six.In 2005, Limbach won a gold medal in the individual and the team events of the Junior World Championships in Linz. The same year, he climbed his first podium in the Fencing World Cup with a victory in Athens and he joined the national senior team. At the 2005 European Championships, he reached the quarter-finals. At the 2007 World Fencing Championships, he won the bronze medal after losing to Italy's Aldo Montano.A bronze medal in the Plovdiv World Cup allowed him to qualify to the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. In the individual event, he defeated 157 Marcin Koniusz of Poland in the table of 32, then lost 1415 to Aliaksandr Buikevich of Belarus.He defeated Rare Dumitrescu of Romania to win the 2009 World Championships in Antalya. He also won a silver medal at the 2010 and 2011 World Fencing Championships.He won the World Cup 2009 and 2010. The TSV Bayer Dormagen athlete is only the second German to have ever won a gold medal with the sabre after Felix Becker in 1994.At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he reached the quarter finals in men's individual sabre. He was also on the German Men's Sabre team which finished fifth. He won the 2015 Seoul Grand Prix.------Speedway Grand PrixCareer of bronze medalWorld Under-21 Championship2007 - 17th place in Semi-Final B (injury)Under-21 World Cup2006 - World Champion (5 points)2007 - World Champion (11 points)European Under-19 Championship2004 - 9th place2005 - 6th placePolish Individual Championship2004 - 11 place in Quarter-Final B2005 - 9 place in Quarter-Final B2006 - 17th place (O heat as track reserve)2007 - injury in Quarter-Final APolish Under-21 Individual Championship2004 - 7-8th place in Semi-Final A2005 - 11th place (6 points)2006 - 5th place (11 points)2007 - injury in Semi-Final BPolish Pairs Championship2003 - 7th place in Semi-Final B2004 - 4th place (1 point)Polish Under-21 Pairs Championship2004 - 3rd place in Semi-Final C2005 - 6th place (6 points)2006 - Silver medal (14 points)Polish Team Championship2002 - 8th place in First League with GKM Grudzidz2003 - 1st place in Second League with GT Primus Grudzidz2005 - 5 place in First League with Kunter GT Grudzidz (and 1st place in First-Second League Race-Off)2005 - Silver medal with Budlex-Polonia Bydgoszcz2006 - Bronze medal Budlex-Polonia Bydgoszcz2007 - with Polonia Bydgoszcz (last round October 7)Polish Under-21 Team Championship2002 - 3rd in Qualification Group B2003 - 4th place (5 points)2004 - 3rd in Qualification Group C2005 - 4th place (7 points)2006 - 2nd in Qualification Group C2007 - Last round in Qualification Group A will be on September 15Golden Helmet2006 - 12th place (5 points)Silver Helmet (U-21)2003 - 6th place (8 points)2004 - 9th place (6 points)2005 - 9th place (7 points)2006 - 4th place (10 points)Bronze Helmet (U-19)2003 - 5th place (10 points)2004 - Bronze medal (13F/X points)2005 - 8th place (7 points)------Professional background of bronze medalIn 2007, Christian was signed to the British Olympic Development Program. In 2008, he won the Junioren Rundfahrt in Germany, and picked up a number of medals at the European Track Championships.In February 2009, Christian was selected for Great Britain at the World Cup in Copenhagen. Later that month, he picked up the British Madison title in Manchester, alongside fellow Manxman Peter Kennaugh. In July, he won silver in the under-23 team pursuit and bronze in the under-23 points race at the European Track Championships in Belarus.In 2010, Christian was confirmed as part of the Isle of Man squad for the 2010 Commonwealth Games. On 6October, he finished third in the final of the 40km Points race in Delhi to win the bronze medal. He also reached the final of the scratch race at the Commonwealth Games, finishing sixth.Christian began 2011 at the UCI Track World Cup in Beijing. He picked up a bronze medal as part of the team pursuit.In November 2011, Christian signed for professional UCI team An PostSean Kelly.Christian won the British Madison title for the 3rd time in January 2012, alongside Simon Yates.He joined Team Raleigh for the 2013 season. In 2015 Christian moved to the new WIGGINS team set up by Bradley Wiggins aiming to prepare British riders for the team pursuit at the 2016 Summer Olympics. Christian joined the Aqua Blue Sport squad for its inaugural season in 2017.He was named in the startlist for the 2017 Vuelta a Espaa.------Career history of bronze medalWhorwood was born in Truro in Cornwall in 1989. Whorwood, who has Achondroplasia, started swimming at his local club at the age of 12. He later joined Newquay Surf Life Saving and from there got involved in competitive swimming.Whorwood represented Great Britain in the 2006 IPC Swimming World Championships, winning two silver medals in the 400m freestyle and 200m individual medley. His results since 2006 saw him qualify again for the British team, this time in the 2008 Summer Paralympics. There, on his Paralympic debut, he finished third in the S6 400m freestyle and the SB6 100m breaststroke. At Beijing he also swam in the 200m individual medley SM6 (4th), 100m freestyle S6 (6th) and 50m freestyle S6 (11th).In 2009 Whorwood won silver (50m freestyle) and bronze (200m individual medley) medals at the British Championships and took a bronze (200m Individual Medley) at the 2009 BT Paralympic World Cup. Despite failing to medal at the 2009 British International Disability Swimming Championships, Whorwood won three bronze and a silver medal at the IPC European Championships in Reykjavik. In 2010 Whorwood successfully defended his IPC Swimming World Championship 400m freestyle silver medal and took silver in the 100m freestyle at the British Championships.He did not attend the 2011 European Championships, but did collect a silver in individual medley at the 2011 Paralympic World Cup in Manchester. Although he did not medal at the 2012 British Championships, he more importantly swam under qualification time for the Great Britain team to take his place in the 2012 Summer Paralympics.At the Summer Paralympics in London, Whorwood qualified through his first heat in third place in the 400m freestyle with a time of 5:17.28. On 1 September, in the final, he bettered that time with a result of 5:11.59 taking the bronze medal.------Winners of bronze medal1964: Vladimir Vasiliev, Grand Prix of Varna;Alla Sizova, Ekaterina Maximova, Vera Kirova, Sergei Vikulov, andNikita Dolgushin (all gold medal)1965: Loipa Arajo (gold medal)1966: Aurora Bosh (gold medal), Martine van Hamel (distinction, junior division), Mikhail Baryshnikov (gold medal, junior division)1968: Marta Garca (gold medal, junior division), Rita Poelvoorde (silver medal)1970: Eva Evdokimova (gold medal), Rosario Surez (gold medal, junior division)1974: Fernando Bujones (gold medal), Yoko Morishita (gold medal), Tatyana Kapustina (bronze medal)1976: Patrick Dupond1978: lisabeth Platel (silver medal) / Ren de Crdenas (best duo, junior division)1980: Evelyn Hart (gold medal) and David Peregrine (bronze medal) / Karin Averty (Special Prize of the Youth Organization of Varna, junior division)1983: Sylvie Guillem1984: Manuel Legris1988: Virginie Kempf (gold medal)1992: Aurlie Dupont, Jos Carlos Martinez, Yury Yanowsky (gold medal)1994: Clairemarie Osta (silver medal), Laetitia Pujol (silver medal)1996: Rasta Thomas (gold medal, junior)1998: Zhu Yan (gold Medal) / Chi Cao (gold medal)2000: Lali Kandelaki, Xiao Feng Fan, Shen Yi Sun (gold medal, seniors)2002: Hlne Bouchet (silver Medal)2004: Daniil Simkin (gold medal, junior), Yum Yunesava (gold medal, junior), Arman Grigoryan (gold medal, senior), Mathilde Froustey (gold medal, senior)2006: Aubert Vanderlinden, Ivan Vasiliev2012: Brooklyn Mack (gold medal) / Denis Cherevichko (gold medal)2014: Soo Bin Lee (special distinction), Sara Renda (bronze medal)2016: Amanda Gomes (gold medal) / Paul Marque (gold medal)2018: Antnio Casalinho (gold medal, juniors), Siyi Li (gold medal, girls), Yuan Zhe Zi Huan (gold medalwomen), Katherine Barkman (silver medal), Sinuo Chang (gold medal, men)------College of bronze medalChamley-Watson earned a full scholarship to the Pennsylvania State University in the year 2008. During his tenure at Penn State, Chamley-Watson majored in Sports Management, where he transferred what he had learned and what he was continuing to learn from the sport of fencing to help boost his knowledge in his area of study.First year (20082009)During Chamley-Watson's first year as a Division I NCAA fencer, he maintained a 194 record. He advanced to the semi-finals round in the national championship tournament in the men's foil category. However, Chamley-Watson was defeated in the semi-finals 15 to 14 by teammate Nicholas Chinman. The Nittany Lions Fencing team ended the tournament on top as the 20082009 National Team Champions.Second year (20092010)Much like his first year, Chamley-Watson went to the semi-final round of the NCAA championships. This time, Chamley-Watson was defeated by Notre Dame's Olympic fencer Gerek Meinhardt.Junior year (20102011)Nearing the end of his collegiate career, Chamley-Watson had the choice to redshirt his junior year of college or choose to compete and redshirt his senior year.clarification neededChamley-Watson decided to compete in the NCAA Championships his junior year and redshirt his senior year.Senior year (20112012)After finishing 2nd place in men's foil at the NCAA tournament, Chamley-Watson decided that it was time to utilize his allotted redshirt year. During this hiatus from NCAA competition, Chamley-Watson privately practiced fencing. Chamley-Watson would earn himself the top spot on the United States' Olympic Fencing team as a foil fencer.------Life after gymnastics of bronze medalAfter 2005 World Championships in Baku, Rangelova was determined to continue on with her passion and sporting career, together with all girls, from her team. Rangelova began to study in National Sports Academy "Vassil Levski", where she completed a Bachelor's Degree in 2011 and Sports Management Master's Degree in 2019 aIn 2006 Rangelova married Petar Yankov, a Bulgarian stunt performer and had a daughter, named Nikita in 2007. Seven months after she returned to the sport with all her girls from her team after two years taken some time out to compete in the World Championships. This is the first case in the history of rhythmic gymnastics, the Bulgarian team with Rangelova took 7th and 4th place in World Championships in Mie 2009, Japan. She also captured the Gold medal for the Bulgarian team in the group all-around tournament at the 2009 French Grand Prix Series in Thiais.World Cup 2009 in Kiev, Ukraine Bronze medal,World Cup 2009 in Pesaro, Italy Silver and bronze medals,World Cup 2009 Portimao, Portugal Silver medal,World Cup 2009 Budapest, Hungary Gold and Silver medals2009 Kristina Rangelova terminated her sporting career for second and last time.In 2010 Rangelova, gave birth to her second daughter named Dalia in Sofia.As from 2012 Rangelova now lives in Dublin, Ireland with her family and set up her very own Elite Rhythmic Gymnastics Club in Dublin. She is currently a judge in rhythmic gymnastics and National Performance Coach------Format of bronze medalFirst Round: The 12 participating teams were drawn into two groups of 6 for round robin. The top 3 teams from each pool advance to the Super Round while the bottom 3 teams play in the Consolation Round.Consolation Round: The bottom 3 teams from each pool play each of the other bottom 3 teams from the other pool (ex. The 4th place team from Group A plays the 4th, 5th, and 6th place teams from Pool B). The results of the previous round robin carry over for teams originally in the same pool (ex. The 4th place team from Group A beats both the 5th and 6th place teams from Group A in pool play and starts the consolation round with a 2-0 record.). Teams don't advance to play any more games after the consolation round.Super Round: The top 3 teams from each pool play each of the other top 3 teams from the other pool (ex. The 1st place team from Group A plays the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams from Group B). The results of the previous round robin carry over for teams originally in the same pool (ex. If the 1st place team from Group A beats both the 2nd and 3rd place teams from Group A in pool play and starts the Super Round with a 2-0 record. The 3rd and 4th-place finishers advance to the Bronze Medal Game, and the 1st and 2nd-place finishers advance to the Gold Medal Game.Medal Round: The Medal Round consists of the Bronze Medal Game, contested by the 3rd and 4th-place finishers from the Super Round, and the Gold Medal Game, contested by the 1st and 2nd-place finishers.
Knowledge Related to Congressional Bronze Medal
The United States Congress awarded its first Gold Medal to George Washington. Silver and Bronze medals have sometimes been awarded in conjunction with the higher award. A Bronze medal should not be confused with a bronze duplicate of a gold medal. Bronze duplicates of gold medals are sometimes offered for sale by the U.S. Mint.Bronze medals are rarely awarded:In 1900, Congress directed that a gold medal be made for First Lieutenant Frank H. Newcomb, and to each of his officers a silver medal, and to each member of his crew a bronze medal. (31 Stat. 716)In 1914, Congress directed that gold medals be made for steamship captain Paul H. Kreibohm and four additional officers, with silver and bronze medals awarded to other members of his crew. (38 Stat. 769)In 1930, Congress directed that gold, silver, and bronze medals be made for the officers and men of the Byrd Antarctic expedition.In 1945, Congress directed that gold, silver, and bronze medals be made for the members of the United States Antarctic Expedition of 1939-1941 (Public Law 79-185, 59 Stat. 536).Congress may also authorize the U.S. Mint to strike commemorative bronze medals, such as the Pearl Harbor Commemorative Medal.• Other Related Knowledge of bronze medalProgramsCompetitive highlightsBibliography of bronze medalBeisteiner, Johanna, Art music in figure skating, synchronized swimming and rhythmic gymnastics / Kunstmusik in Eiskunstlauf, Synchronschwimmen und rhythmischer Gymnastik. PhD dissertation, Vienna 2005 (German), Austrian Library Network Catalogue. The dissertation contains an extensive description and analysis of Carmen on Ice (Chapter II/2, pages 105162).------Biathlon results of bronze medalAll results are sourced from the International Biathlon Union.Olympic Games2 medals (1 silver, 1 bronze)*The relay was added as an event in 1968.World Championships6 medals (4 gold, 2 bronze)*During Olympic seasons competitions are only held for those events not included in the Olympic program.**The team (time) event was removed in 1965, whilst the relay was added in 1966.------Table tennis of bronze medalNineteen table tennis players competed for Israel and won four gold, one silver and three bronze medals. Baruch Hagai won the gold medal in the men's singles C classification and teamed up with Arieh Rubin to also win gold in the doubles C.------Judo of bronze medalFour athletes represented Djibouti competed in judo:Abdoulgabar Abdourahman Omar (Men's -90 kg)Raguib Abdourahman (Women's -52 kg)Houssein Aden-Alexandre (Men's -73 kg)Moustapha Fouad Hamid (Men's -60 kg)Houssein Aden-Alexandre won the bronze medal in the Men's -73 kg event.------Medalists of bronze medalKhasanboy Rakhimov of Uzbekistan originally won the bronze medal, but was disqualified after he tested positive for doping. Deng Zhiwei was raised to third and took the bronze medal. Badzha Khutaba from Syria also failed the doping test, their Olympic quotas were transferred to Yadollah Mohebbi of Iran and Egzon Shala of Kosovo.------CalendarFinal standings of bronze medalThe winner of each race was awarded 50 points. Paddlers outside the top 20 in any event were awarded 2 points for participation. If two or more athletes or boats were equal on points, the ranking was determined by their positions in the final world cup race (World Cup Race 3)..------International Swimming League of bronze medalIn the Autumn of 2019 she was member of the inaugural International Swimming League swimming for the Energy Standard International Swim Club, who won the team title in Las Vegas, Nevada, in December. In the Las Vegas final, she won the 200m Freestyle with a time of 1:52.88.------13th-14th place game of bronze medalThe 13th-14th placement game consists of the two teams who finished last and second last in Group C. A single game is played with the winner receiving 13th place in the overall standings and the loser receiving 14th.------Personal history of bronze medalHamri was born in Bab El-Oued, Algeria in 1989. She was born with a congenital eye condition, maculopathy, which is a deteriorating illness that effects her vision. Hamri comes from a large family of six sisters; one of which has the same eye condition..------ArcheryAthletics of bronze medalWomen's Individual Competition:Am. Kaewbaidhoon 2282 points ( 18th place)Men's Individual Competition:Vallop Potaya 2060 points ( 35th place)Vichit Suksumpong 2032 points ( 36th place)Men's 4 100 metres RelayAnat Ratanapol, Suchart Jairsuraparp, Somsakdi Boontud, and Sayan ParatanavongHeat 40.53sSemi Finals 40.68s ( did not advance)------Legacy of bronze medalAlthough he won Denmark's only wrestling gold medal at an Olympic Games, those Games are no longer considered to be a true Olympic Games and instead is referred to as the 1906 Intercalated Games. Including those medals at the 1906 Games, Jensen remains Denmark's most successful wrestler at the Olympics with his four medals.------Commonwealth Games of bronze medalAzlina won a gold medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in the women's triples. Eight years later she competed in both the women's triples and women's fours events at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. She failed to qualify from the group stages in the women's triples event but won a silver medal in the women's fours..------Athletics career of bronze medalShe represented England and won a silver medal in the 4 x 110 yards relay and a bronze medal in the 220 yards at the 1954 British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Vancouver, Canada.Other achievements include a bronze 1954 at the European Athletics Championships in Bern and English champion over 440 yards in 1958.------Amateur career of bronze medalLvai was a nine-time Hungarian amateur champion.Olympic Results1980 Olympic Results - Boxed as a heavyweightRound of 16: byeQuarterfinals: Defeated Anders Eklund (Sweden) by majority decision, 41 (Eklund knocked down at 2:55 of the 3rd rd)Semifinals: Lost to Tefilo Stevenson (Cuba) by unanimous decision, 05 (was awarded bronze medal)------Honours of bronze medalAs he was the first NSW Boccia player to win a medal at the Paralympic Games in Atlanta in 1996, Huynh has had an award named in his honour, 'The Tu Huynh Memorial Award for Sporting Excellence'. The award is presented each year to the athlete who demonstrates qualities shown by Huynh in his career.------Gold Coast 2015 of bronze medalThe 2015 Australian University Games were hosted on the Gold Coast, Queensland from 28 September to 2 October 2015. A total of 13 teams competed, the most since 2013, with Griffith University defeating University of Sydney 94 to win their first gold medal since 2005. Queensland University of Technology won the bronze with a 98 win over Monash University.------Olympic results of bronze medalBelow is the Olympic record of Keith Mwila, a light flyweight boxer from Zambia who competed at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics:Round of 32: byeRound of 16: Defeated Chung Pao Ming (Taiwan/Chinese Taipei) Referee stopped contest in second roundQuarterfinal Defeated Mamoru Kuroiwa (Japan) by decision, 5-0Lost to Salvatore Todisco (Italy) by decision, 0-5 (was awarded bronze medal)------Career with Kuchiki of bronze medalSand teamed up with Natasha Kuchiki in spring 1989. They won three senior pairs medals at the U.S. Championships, including gold in 1991, and competed at three World Championships, winning a surprising bronze in 1991. They also competed at the 1992 Winter Olympics, where they placed 6th. Kuchiki and Sand announced the end of their partnership in April 1992.------Records and achievements of bronze medal(with Ialin)Set the junior-level pairs' record of the new 5 / -5 GOE (Grade of Execution) system for the short program (66.30 points) at the 2018 JGP Czech Republic.Upgraded their junior-level pairs' record for the short program (66.84 points) at the 201819 JGP Final.Upgraded their junior-level pairs' record for the short program (68.31 points) at the 2019 World Junior Championships.------Other sports of bronze medalThe club was formerly active in athletics. Kaare Meidell-Sundal won the Norwegian championships in hammer throw in 1939 (silver medal in 1938), and took a bronze medal in the shot put in 1939. Kaare Nerdrum also won a bronze medal in the 800 metres in 1930..------Men's singles of bronze medalSeeds Johan Croukamp (Champion, Gold medal) Henry Paynter (Final, Silver medal) Per Dabelsteen (Quarterfinals) Carl-Johan Nybergh (Semifinals, Bronze medal) Peter Emptage (First Round) Hubert Miranda (Semifinals, Bronze medal) Hirohisa Toshijima (Second Round) Christian Hansen (Quarterfinals)FinalsTop halfSection 1Section 2Bottom halfSection 3Section 4------Medal winners of bronze medalNote: There was no bronze medal match. It is unknown if Malaya were awarded the bronze medal as they finished third in the group. A photo of the award ceremony shown three players but only Vietnamese and Thai players are identified.------Preview of bronze medalTitleholder Ellen van Dijk took not part in this competition. Two weeks before the national championships she rode the time trial at the Road World Championships. Van Dijk wanted to take some rest in preparation for the qualification moment for the Track World Championships during the World Cup competitions in November..------July of bronze medalKuwait in Qatar2019 Pacific Games Men's event(H) Host advanced to the gold medal match advanced to the bronze medal match2019 Pacific Games Women's event(H) Host advanced to the gold medal match advanced to the bronze medal matchNepal in MalaysiaFinland in Denmark2019 France Women's T20I Quadrangular Series------Snooker of bronze medalOne snooker event was contested at the Games, the men's open event. Keith Pienaar entered for Rhodesia. He was eliminated at the quarterfinal stage, the first round of the competition, by Aroldo Ruschioni of Italy. Michael Shelton of Great Britain won the gold medal..------Teammates of bronze medal2006 Torino Olympic GamesClaudio Pescia, ThirdPascal Sieber, SecondMarco Battilana, LeadSimon Strbin, Alternate2009 Moncton World Championships2009 Aberdeen European Championships2010 Vancouver Olympic GamesJan Hauser, ThirdMarkus Eggler, Second*Simon Strbin, LeadToni Mller, AlternateNote: In several competitions Markus Eggler has skipped the game as a Second with Ralph Stckli throwing fourth stones.------Event Medal Summary 1896-2016 of bronze medalSummary of Olympics athletics medals won by Australian male and female athletes. Australian athletes have not won medals in the following events scheduled for the 2020 Summer Olympics: 5000 metres, 3000 m steeplechase, Men's 110 m hurdles, decathlon and the hammer throw.- n/a - not a discipline for the gender------Pool B of bronze medalEight teams contested the second tier this year in Chamonix, France from March 19 to 28. It was played in a simple round robin format, each team playing seven games.StandingsPoland was promoted to Pool A and the Netherlands was relegated to Pool C for 1990.------Bowls career of bronze medalWorld ChampionshipJensen won a bronze medal at the 2004 World Outdoor Bowls Championship in Leamington Spa.Commonwealth GamesJensen won a bronze medal in the women's fours at the 2002 Commonwealth Games.Asia PacificJensen has won two gold medals at the Asia Pacific Bowls Championships, the latest at the 2019 Asia Pacific Bowls Championships in the Gold Coast, Queensland.------Medal Round of bronze medalThe loser of 1&2 seed game will play the winner of the 3&4 seed game in the bronze medal match. The loser of the bronze medal match wins the bronze medal while the winner goes on to play the winner of the 1&2 seed game for the gold medal in the gold medal match.SemifinalsBronze medal matchGold Medal Match------1968 Olympic results of bronze medalBelow is the record of Harlan Marbley, an American light flyweight boxer who competed at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics:Round of 32: byeRound of 16 Defeated Fuat Temel (Turkey) on points, 5-0Quarterfinal: Defeated Gabriel Ogun (Nigeria) on points, 5-0Semifinal: Lost to Francisco Rodrguez (Venezuela) on points, 1-4 (was awarded bronze medal)------World championships of bronze medalAt the 1973 FINA World Aquatics Championships, Hartung competed in the 4200m freestyle relay and finished in fourth place. In 1975, he was part of two relay teams: 4 100 m, in which East Germany got sixth place, and 4 200 m, in which his team finished fifth.------International competitions of bronze medalBronze at the 1989 Jeux de la Francophonie in the women's discus throwWinner of Discus throw and Shot put in 1991 All-Africa GamesGold medal African championship in Shot put 1988, 1989, 1990, 1996Silver medal African championship in Shot put 1992, 1996Silver medal African championship in Discus throw 1988, 1989, 1990Bronze medal African championship in Shot put 1998Bronze medal African championship in Discus throw 1998------Cycling career of bronze medalLongbottom competed in the team time trial at the 1992 Summer Olympics.He represented England in the road race and won a bronze medal in the team time trial, at the 1990 Commonwealth Games in Auckland, New Zealand. Four years later at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, he won another bronze medal in the team time trial.------Early career of bronze medalSingh ranked fourth in the ITF junior rankings in 2005. Played all four junior grand slams. He reached at the round of 16 at the Junior Australian Open, Junior Wimbledon, 2005 Asian Closed Junior Championship and Asia/Oceania Closed Championship singles champion. In 2007, he reached the quarter-finals of a Futures Circuit event in India.------Early life and career of bronze medalA native of London, England, Sumner immigrated to the United States and joined the Army from Chicago. He served as a private in Company G of the 1st Cavalry Regiment and was stationed at Fort Bowie in southeastern Arizona Territory during the Apache Wars.------Current senior roster of bronze medalChen XiaoqingChen YileGuan ChenchenFan YilinLi ShijiaLiu JieyuLiu JingxingLiu TingtingLuo HuanLu YufeiOu YushanQian Xuejia Qi QiTang XijingWang JingyingWei XiaoyuanYin SisiZhao ShitingZhang JinZhou Ruiyu------Wrestling career of bronze medalLoban competed in the 1984 Summer Olympics, where he won a bronze medal in the light-heavyweight category and also competed in the 1988 Summer Olympics . He represented England and won a gold medal in the 90 kg light-heavyweight, at the 1986 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh, Scotland. Eight years later he won a bronze medal in the 100 kg heavyweight division, at the 1994 Commonwealth Games..------Venues of bronze medalSt. Moritz Olympic Ice Rink - Figure skating, Ice hockey, Speed SkatingAround the hills of St. Moritz - Cross-country skiing, Nordic combined (cross-country skiing)Olympiaschanze St. Moritz - Nordic combined (Ski jumping), Ski jumpingSt. Moritz-Celerina Olympic Bobrun - BobsleighCresta Run - Skeleton------Participating nations of bronze medalAthletes from 25 nations competed at these Games, up from 16 in 1924. Nations making their first appearance at the Winter Olympic Games were Argentina (first participation of a delegation coming from a country belonging to the Southern Hemisphere), Estonia, Germany, Japan, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, and Romania.Number of athletes by National Olympic Committees
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An Introduction to bronze medalMohamed Abdelhak Achik (born February 1, 1965) is a former Moroccan amateur boxer who won a bronze medal in the men's bantamweight (54kg) category at the 1992 Summer Olympics in BarcelonaAwards of bronze medalIndividual2006 WNCAA Juniors Girls' Volleyball "Best Attacker"2007 WNCAA Juniors Girls' Volleyball "Best Attacker"2019 Premier Volleyball League Reinforced Conference "Best Opposite Spiker"National Team2019 Southeast Asian Games - Beach Volleyball - Bronze medal, with Cherry Ann RondinaClub2016 Shakey's V-League 13th Season Open Conference - Bronze medal, with BaliPure Purest Water Defenders2016 Shakey's V-League 13th Season Reinforced Open Conference - Bronze medal, with BaliPure Purest Water Defenders2018 Premier Volleyball League Reinforced Conference - Bronze medal, with Perlas Spikers2018 Premier Volleyball League Open Conference - Bronze medal, with Perlas Spikers2019 Premier Volleyball League Open Conference - Bronze medal, with Perlas SpikersCareer of bronze medalKim played third for the South Korean junior team at the 2016 World Junior Curling Championships, skipped by Kim Min-ji, where she would win the bronze medal. After finishing the round robin with a 7-2 record, the team lost to Hungary (skipped by Dorottya Palancsa) in the 3 vs. 4 page playoff game, but went on to beat the Hungarians in a re-match in the bronze medal game, after Hungary lost in the semi-final.The next season, the team began playing on the World Curling Tour. They won her first tour event by claiming the 2016 Hub International Crown of Curling.The team represented Korea at the 2017 World Junior Curling Championships, where they posted a 5-4 round robin record, tied with Switzerland for fourth. They would beat the Swiss in a tiebreaker, before losing two straight games against Canada to finish in 4th place. This team represented Korea at the 2018 World Junior Curling Championships, where they finished with a 4-5 record, missing the playoffs.The team began the 2018-19 curling season by winning the Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic. They then went on to win gold at the 2018 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships, earning South Korea a berth at the 2019 World Women's Curling Championship.She and her team represented South Korea at the first three legs of the 201819 Curling World Cup. In the first leg, they finished with a 1-5 record, missing the playoffs. In the Second Leg, they made it all the way to the final falling just short to Japan's Satsuki Fujisawa 7-6. They improved on this performance by winning the Third Leg against Sweden's Anna Hasselborg rink. In the Grand Final, the team finished with a 2-4 record.Her team, still junior eligible represented Korea at the 2019 World Junior Curling Championships. They finished the round robin with a 6-3 record, which was tied with three other teams for the second best record. However, they missed the playoffs due to tiebreaker rules. The following month, the team represented Korea at the 2019 Winter Universiade. This time their 6-3 record was enough to make the playoffs, where they made it all the way to the final before losing to Sweden. Later that month, the team had yet another international event to play in, the 2019 World Championship. The team was even better on this stage, finishing the round robin with a 9-3 record, in second place. In the playoffs, they lost to Switzerland's Silvana Tirinzoni rink in the semifinal, but rebounded to win the bronze medal game against Seina Nakajima of Japan. It was the first ever medal won by Korea at the Women's World Championship. The team ended their season with a 13 record at the 2019 Champions Cup Grand Slam of Curling event.Team Kim lost the final of the 2020 Korean Women's Curling Championship the following season in June 2019 to the Gim Un-chi rink after Kim missed her last shot and gave up a steal of two in the tenth end. This meant they would not be the national women's team for the season. The team won the Tour Challenge Tier 2 event after a strong 92 win over Jestyn Murphy. This qualified them for the Canadian Open in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. There, they defeated higher ranked teams such as three time Scotties champion Rachel Homan, 2013 world champion Eve Muirhead and 2020 Scotties champion Kerri Einarson. They made it all the way to the final before losing to the Anna Hasselborg rink in an extra end. They also made it all the way to the final of the 2020 World Junior Curling Championships, where they lost to Canada's Mackenzie Zacharias.
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