bronze medal

noun

: a medal made of bronze that is awarded as the prize for third place in a sports competition
The team won the bronze medal in basketball.

Examples of bronze medal in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In her junior season, St. Peters secured a bronze medal with a throw of 46 feet and four inches. Charles Baggarly, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 10 May 2024 Runners-up Eight films tie for the bronze medal for overall BAFTA wins by a single movie. Wesley Stenzel, EW.com, 14 Feb. 2024 Jackson is one of eight players from the World Cup bronze medal team that will be playing in Brazil. Doug Feinberg, USA TODAY, 17 Jan. 2024 Trader Joe’s Taking the bronze medal position is Trader Joe’s, with a weekly essentials shop costing $60.58. Tiffani Jackson, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 7 Mar. 2024 The Russians were bumped down to the bronze medal position when her score was removed from the team’s total. Yuliya Talmazan, NBC News, 8 Feb. 2024 If Valieva’s results are disallowed and/or the Russian team is disqualified, the ISU is likely to move the United States up to the gold medal, followed by Japan with the silver medal and fourth-place finisher Canada moving up to win the bronze medal. Christine Brennan, USA TODAY, 29 Jan. 2024 And the bronze medal goes to the quaint beachside community of Old Town Carpinteria in Santa Barbara County, where prices per square foot reach $4,129. Dobrina Zhekova, Travel + Leisure, 29 Jan. 2024 Her final match for the United States was a 4-3 victory over Australia for the bronze medal. Anne M. Peterson, USA TODAY, 19 Jan. 2024

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“Bronze medal.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bronze%20medal. Accessed 30 May. 2024.

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