they are made of bronze
gold,silver , bronze
the Olympic medals are made all from bronze silver and gold.
No, the Olympic medals are made of actual gold, silver and bronze.
The composition of olympic medals can change from one Olympics to another, such as gold medals that at some Olympics are solid gold but at others have been just gold plated. I would assume however that bronze medals are made of bronze which of course is an alloy of copper and tin.
USA with 36 bronze medals
becouse people feel like it
yes, they did. they won 2 bronze medals
Michael Phelps has a of 6 bronze medals, 2 of which were from the Olympic games.
At the 2004 Summer Olympic games, Russia won a total of 38 bronze medals.
The US won 28 bronze medals at the 2004 Summer Olympic games in Athens.
At the 2008 Summer Olympic games Russia won a total of 28 bronze medals.
Gold, silver, bronze
gold silver and bronze,
Bronze medals are bronze, an alloy of copper and usually tinBronze medals are bronze, an alloy of copper and usually tin
As of the 2008 Games in Beijing, Australia has won 147 bronze medals in the Summer Olympics and 3 bronze medals in the Winter Olympics.
In 2008 Russia won 21 silver and 28 bronze medals at the Summer Olympic games.
the olympic medals were created by old people
Michelle Kwan has an Olympic silver medal and and Olympic bronze medal.
Cuba with 188 Olympic medals (66 gold, 62 silver, 60 bronze).
France won 33 medals at the 2004 Olympic Games (11 gold, 9 silver, 13 bronze).
3 Olympic medals. 2 gold, 1 bronze.