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Q: How many badminton medals are going to be given out in the London 2012 Olympics?
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How many medals will be given out at the Olympics?

2,300 in the 2012 London Olympics. 302 gold


How many medals are given out at the Olympics?

In the 2012 London Olympics 2,300 total and 302 of them will be gold.


Who won the bronze medal in mixed doubles badminton at the Rio 2016 Olympics?

The bronze medals in the Mixed Doubles Badminton Match at the Rio 2016 Olympics were given to Nan Zhang and Yunlei Zhao.


How medels were awarded in the London 2012 Olympics?

302 Gold medals 304 Silver medals and 356 Bronze medals were given for the 302 events


How many gold medals will be given out at the 2012 olympics?

320 gold medals will be given out at the 2012 Olympics.


How many gold medals will be given at the 2012 Olympics?

There will be a total of 302 gold medal award ceremonies at the London 2012 Olympics. This counts team events as a single ceremony.


How many gold medals will be given out in 2012 Olympics badminton?

512 5 Gold medals, 1 men's singles, 1 women's singles, 1 men's doubles, 1 women's doubles & 1 mixed doubles.


How many medals are given at the Olympics?

602 medals will be given. 301 events for female and 301 for ale events.


Is the Olympics won by whoever has the most medals or just the most gold medals?

No it is not, The Olympics are won and given to the country who bided the most for it.


How many medals were given out at the 2008 Beijing Olympics?

over 950...about 955 medals =]


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No medals were awarded at the ancient Olympics. However, the trophies were given to competitors who came between 1st and 3rd.


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How many medals are given out at the winter Olympics?

258


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Summer Olympics are not held in 1994.


How many bronZe medals will be given out at the 2012 olympics?

362


How many medals where given out at the 2008 Summer Olympics?

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How many even gold medals will be given out in 2012 Olympics?

There are 302 events where gold medals will be awarded.


How many medals will be given out in 2012 Olympics?

There were 302 Gold Medals 304 Silver Medals and 356 Bronze medals for a total of 962 medals. Note the 962 count is the medal count by country not for individual athletes so the total number of medals is much larger because many events (e.g. Football/soccer, archery, etc.) are team events and the entire team got medals. Total of 4,700 gold, silver and bronze medals were produced for the London 2012 Olympics.


When did the Olympics start giving gold medales?

The Olympics started giving out gold medals in 1904 to first-place winners. When the Olympics began in 1896, the awards given to first-place winners were silver medals and those in second place received bronze medals. In the next Olympics of 1900, winners got trophies instead of medals.


How many single gold medals were given out at 2008 Olympics?

8 were given to Michael phelps


How many gold medals are given out to athletes?

In London 2012 there are 302 events in which gold medals are awarded.


How many gold medals where given out in the first modern Olympics games?

50


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How many medals are given before the finals in the Olympics?

There are 10000 people who take part in the Olympics and nobody gets a medal. THERE FAKE! DO NOT take part in any Olympics!!


How much medals in the Olympics?

There are approximately 4700 medals given out overall in the 3 catagories (Gold, Silver & Bronze), which means that approximately 14,100 medals are awarded during the Olympiad.