As of the 2008 Games, there have been 52 gold medals awarded in tennis. Tennis has been a medal event since 1988 and, previously, between 1896-1924. 1) Men's Singles: 1896-1912, 1920-1924, 1988-2004
2) Men's Singles - Indoor: 1908-1912
3) Men's Doubles: 1896-1912, 1920-1924, 1988-2004
4) Men's Doubles - Indoor: 1908-1912
5) Women's Singles: 1900, 1908-1912, 1920-1924, 1988-2004
6) Women's Singles - Indoor: 1908-1912
7) Women's Doubles: 1920-1924, 1988-2004
8) Mixed Doubles: 1900, 1912, 1920-1924
9) Mixed Doubles - Indoors: 1912
Over 100 medals have been awarded for table tennis at the Olympic Games, so too many to list here.
So far, 796 medals have been won in the 2008 Beijing olympic games
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.
There are scheduled to be 302 medal events at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. That would mean a minimum of 906 medals will be awarded.
Countries did not compete, individuals did. Nor were medals awarded.
Everyone who participates. Thousands of medals have been awarded, no one person or country 'wins' an Olympic games.
4 they where all awarded in the 2000 olympic games, Australia
which tennis player has played in the final of the Australian open and won gold silver and bronze meda lin olympic games.
Andre Agassi and Lindsey Davenport
Women first competed in judo at the 1988 Games in Seoul as a demonstration sport with no medals awarded. Medals were first awarded in women's judo at the 1992 Games in Barcelona.