The country who is hosting the Olympics
The Olympic committee of that country. 25,000$
The hosting country pays for the medals. They pay because it is there responsiblity for the Olympics and they have to take care of every thing.
According to the link on http://happyamsguy.blogspot.com/2008/08/singapore-pays-most-for-olympic-medals.html, it states the countries paying for Olympics Gold medal.
Italy-- $182.000 USD
Yes, the USOC pays the US athletes for medals. $25k for Gold, $15k for silver and $5k for bronze
The US Olympic committee pays an award bonus of $25,000 for a gold medal.
Aluminum pays the most money. However, recycling gold pays pretty well. :)
That will be based on the country. The US Olympic committee pays an award bonus of $25,000 for a gold medal. The United Kingdom pays nothing.
If you see "COUNTRY/PAYS" on, for example, a passport, it means "country." "Pays" is the French word for "country."
london because there money made them rich of surry bank robbing americas biggest bank because of gambiling with indians
My country: mon pays - YOUR country: TON pays.
"Le pays" means "the country." "Un pays" means "a country."
Only on Gold. Olympic gold medals are made up of about 4,000 dollars worth of gold, depending on the year. Seeing that gold is a form of currency (in the united states at least), they would be expected to pay the Gold Standard Tax, enacted in 1980 in order to keep gold as a viable currency in the United States. Luckily, the United States government pays its own athletes a larger sum, so there is never really a problem.
The country that pays the best or the one where you feel most at home.
un pays - a country
That will be based on the country. The US Olympic committee pays an award bonus of $25,000 for a gold medal.
Olympic medallists are not paid. There is no direct monetary reward for winning a medal. However, by doing so, the recipient may get a lucrative sponsorship and endorsement contract by a company.
Germany. She gives twice the amount she takes from EU.
Pays means 'country' in French.
Mercenaries fight for pay, no matter which country pays them.
"ton pays" is "your country" in French.