Yes the have already decided the Bronze Medal events today August 9, 2012.
It depends on what kind of metal, how big and the currency for it. bronze cost about 12 dollars right now silver 32 and gold 400 dollars
According to reports on the Internet, the contents of an Olympic Silver Medal are the same as with an Olympic Gold Medal, 92.5 percent pure silver. The Gold Medal is covered by at least 6 grams of gold, according to the Olympic Charter. Some Olympic hosts make the medals larger or smaller according to their respective preferences...but the content must still follow the Charter.
Gold, silver, and bronze are the different color medals in the Olympics. The gold is the best and only the best in the Olympics can win it. Silver is the second place medal and that is still great. The bronze is the third place medal and that is still very good. If you win any medal or even make it to the Olympics, you are probably the best in the world. Gold, silver, and bronze are the different color medals in the Olympics. The gold is the best and only the best in the Olympics can win it. Silver is the second place medal and that is still great. The bronze is the third place medal and that is still very good. If you win any medal or even make it to the Olympics, you are probably the best in the world.
Neither the International nor the U.S. Olympic Committees pay the athletes for competing. Only gold, silver, and bronze medal winners get paid by the USOC (US Olympic Committee). Gold gets $25,000; Silver, $15,000; and Bronze, $10,000. But the real money that athletes make comes from lucrative marketing deals. U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps, for instance, received an estimated $5 million for plugging companies like Omega, PowerBar, Visa and Speedo.
No prize, but face on stump
She showed a great passion to win an Olympic medal
I don't know but I think 25 mins
Copper Zinc and Tin The bronze medal is made up of 97 percent copper, 2.5 percent zinc and 0.5 percent tin and the gold medal is made up of 92.5 percent silver and 1.34 percent gold, with the remainder copper. The silver medal is made up of 92.5 percent silver, with the remainder copper.
The link below gives a description of the process.
Hungary won the men's gold medal and Italy won the women's gold medal at the 2004 Olympic Games in water polo and are both likely contenders for the 2008 Olympics. Update; Hungary did win the Olympic gold medal in mens water polo at Beijing in 2008 to make a hattrick of consecutive golds. The womens competition was won by the Netherlands
Olympic gold medals are not pure gold. Instead, they are made up of 92 percent silver, then plated with six grams of gold. Olympic silver medals are also not made out of pure silver. This is because pure silver is too soft for production. Instead, sterling silver, which is a mixture of 92.5 percent silver and 7.5 percent copper, is used. Pure bronze isn't used in the olympic bronze medals as its color is too similar to gold and could lead to confusion over which medal to present to the athlete. Copper is used in its place.
It doesn't cost anything to make you simply have to mine some copper and tin ore and smelt them together to make a bronze bar. It doesn't cost as long as you get a free axe from the axe shop in lumbridge. You need level one mining and one smelting to do this. The best place to get these is south of Lumbridge and the best place to smelt these is also Lumbridge.
She will receive $110,000 from the US Olympic Committee as a reward for her medals. ($25,000 for each gold and $10,000 for the bronze.)
Olympic athletes are not paid to participate, or receive monetary rewards for medals awarded.
This question cannot be answered until the 2012 Summer Games in London are held since women's boxing will make its Olympic debut at the 2012 Games.
Shachar Tzuberi, a 22-year-old soldier from Eilat, has won Israel's seventh medal in Olympic history - a bronze in windsurfing. Tzuberi began the race - which took place off the Qingdao beach - in fourth place in the overall competition. To win a medal, he had to finish the last race at least four places ahead of the three competitors in front of him. In the event, he finished second in this morning's race, overcoming a false start; he returned to the starting line when he thought - mistakenly - that his start had been disqualified. He managed to make up for his delay, passing the first float in third place, and ultimately reaching second place. His second-place finish gave him an overall third-place finish in the windsurfing competition, and thus a bronze medal.
Because the Bronze Star V was the impact award and then would have to be upgraded to a Silver Star or DSC at a later date. By the way there is no V device available with a silver star. Medal submission are made for a specific medal. As it goes through the chain of command for approvals, it is reviewed and compared to the actions of others that are being recommended for awards. They will make adjustments to the level of award to provide a consistent level of award for similar actions. I've seen a Commendation Medal reduced all the way to a Letter of Commendation. It is very common for a nomination for a Medal of Honor to be dropped as far down as a Bronze Star.
Bronze is an alloy, so if you mine the elements necessary to make bronze (copper and tin) then you are 'mining the elements needed to make bronze'. Bronze itself must be made in furnace.
The withdrawn Australian 1 and 2 cent coins were melted down to make the Bronze medals for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
Bronze is an alloy so copper and tin make up bronze. Bronze is not an element because it isn't made up of all the same atoms.