a crown of olive leaves
flowers free food statues poems and others..
They got a crown made out of olive leaves and were respected throughout ancient Greece.
They received laurel wreaths.
The winners were given crowns of olive branches, also the victors got a statue dedicated to them in the temple of Zeus
Some Olympic victors was crowned with an olive wreath and his name inscribed in the official Olympic records. Some Olympic victors were fed for their whole life by their poleis although never paid.
Champions were awarded wreaths made from an olive tree, as crowns.
a bottle of wine
The prizes were olive wreaths, palm branches and woollen ribbons
They both had people in it and judges and prizes
no. only a medal.
A head wreath.
Medals, if you mean the modern ones.
they receive a medal
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Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medals.
They win gold medals (worth US$600) if they are first, silver (worth US$325) if they are second, and bronze (worth US$3) if they are third. Each countries' Olympic federation decides on a cash prize for their athletes (ranging from US$1million for gold in Singapore to no cash prizes in Great Britain)
Medalists do not receive cash prizes from the IOC or Olympic organizers, however some countries, including the US and Canada, reward their country's medalists with cash prizes.
A wreath of Olive Leaves to wear on their heads
well i think they just get the gold, silver or bronze medals.
A wreath of Olive Leaves to wear on their heads. Many were carved into statues.
they give medals gold,silver,bronze and trophies