A bronze medal.
A silver medal and prize money.
The prize of the ancient olympic games was a crown made of olive tree branches and food for life.
No, the only prizes awarded for the Commonwealth games are medals however having a medal from the commonwealth games could increase a sportsmans potential earning power
In ancient Greek games (as, fo example, the Olympic Games) the prize for the winner was a laurel wreath. In ancient Greek games (as, fo example, the Olympic Games) the prize for the winner was a laurel wreath.
It was an Olive wreath.
Commonwealth games athletes do not receive any prize money, they only receive medals, however their potential earning power can be increased by being successful in the games
A sliver medal.
Commonwealth Book Prize was created in 2012.
Commonwealth Writers' Prize was created in 1987.
Commonwealth Writers' Prize ended in 2011.
A head wreath.
The original Olympic prize was a laurel wreath.
Commonwealth Short Story Prize was created in 2012.
A gold medal (no money will ever be awarded).
in ancient greece, the prize was a wreath that goes around the head and a trophy, but if you mean now, the prize is a medal
England, with 58 gold, 59 silver and 57 bronze (total 174)
Yes, they get prize money from the USOC (US Olympic Committee)
Some biblical scholars believe that the apostle Paul was referring to the Olympic Games in 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 when he said, "Know ye not that they which run in a race run all, but one receiveth the prize?"
a crown of olive leaves cut from the sacred tree of Olympia