No money is awarded for second place
for 1st, gold. 2nd, silver. 3rd, bronze
They finished in third place with 75 points. In first place was Arsenal with 90 points and second was Chelsea with 85 points.
25 points for 1st 18 points for 2nd 15 points for 3rd 12 points for 4th 10 points for 5th 8 points for 6th 6 points for 7th 4 points for 8th 2 points for 9th 1 point for 10th
In the modern Olympic games, Gold medals are awarded for first-place, Silver medals are awarded for second-place, and Bronze medals are awarded for third-place. Typically the medals are only plated with the respective metals - the cost would otherwise be outrageous. In the ancient Olympic games, the winners received laurel wreaths.
Yes. In 1999, Ivan Rodriguez of the Texas Rangers won the AL MVP with 7 first place votes and 252 voting points. Pedro Martinez of the Boston Red Sox was second with 8 first place votes and 239 points. In 1966, Roberto Clemente of the Pittsburgh Pirates won the NL MVP with 8 first place votes and 218 voting points. Sandy Koufax of the Los Angeles Dodgers was second with 9 first place votes and 208 points. In 1960, Roger Maris of the New York Yankees won the AL MVP with 8 first place votes and 225 voting points. Mickey Mantle of the Yankees was second with 10 first place votes and 222 points. In 1944, Hal Newhouser of the Detroit Tigers won the AL MVP with 7 first place votes and 236 voting points. Dizzy Trout of the Tigers was second with 10 first place votes and 232 points. In 1936, Joe Medwick of the St. Louis Cardinals won the NL MVP with 2 first place votes and 70 voting points. Gabby Hartnett of the Chicago Cubs was second with 3 first place votes and 68 points.
A horse show often has divisions. Within each division are separate "classes" in which ribbons will be awarded. Usually, a rider will enter in all the classes in a division. A blue ribbon is awarded for first place for each class. There will be for Champion of the division, which is the rider with the most points (there is a corresponding point system for the ribbons). The Reserve Champion is the rider with the second most points in the division.
He scored his first points for Brawn GP at the Australian GP in Melbourne 2009 - the first race of the season and the first race for the team. He came in second place and scored 8 points.
You receive a trophy in a sport by coming in first place, either as an individual or as part of a team. In some sports, there are also trophies awarded to second, third place finishers etc.
In the ancient Olympics, no medals were awarded. The first-place winner was given an olive branch to wear on his head. The second and third place winners got nothing.