medal-winner

medal-winner

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medal-holder

n
(General Sporting Terms) sport a person who has won a medal or medals
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PROSECCO SUPERIORE VALDIOBBIADENE DOCG, VENETO, ITALY (PS7.99, ALDI) It wouldn't be summer without a fresh and lively prosecco on standby and this silver medal-winner is the one to pop as it stays true to how these best loved bubbles from should taste.
A perennial favourite with judges and wine experts, this IWC (International Wine Challenge) Great Value Champion Sparkling and Gold medal-winner offers amazing value for so much flavour.
The study added that at least 16 medal-winners have family links to Nigeria, including 400m silver medal-winner Christine Ohoruogu, 28, whose parents moved to Britain in 1980 while 23 year-old boxing bronze medal-winner Anthony Ogogo's father is Nigerian, the paper said.
A distant relative of former All Blacks winger Ken Carrington, the gold medal-winner clearly has sporting genes.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT Who: Steve Williams OBE Why: The Midlands-born Olympic gold medal-winner will address more than 300 businesspeople at a conference today about the links between sporting endeavour and business success.
Among them was Commonwealth boxing gold medal-winner David Price, 22, from West Derby, who said he was now setting his sights on qualifying for the Olympics in 2008.
McStay, seen here with fellow medal-winner Colin Hendry, said: "I'm very proud and absolutely delighted - especially as this wonderful occasion was marked with our victory at Rugby Park.
However, she and her fellow medal-winners said they were yet to have any formal approaches about an appearance on the show, which launched on Saturday night.