A gold medal
A head wreath.
There is still honor for the winners There are still prizes given out some games are the same
They were given paintings
A crown of leaves, known as a laurel wreath, were given to the winners of the Olympic games because of their association with Apollo. He is often represented wearing a laurel wreath around his head.
Olive wreaths. they were honored greatly also
Green mums hypocetherina berries
A head wreath.
In the ancient Olympics, no medals were awarded. The first-place winner was given an olive branch to wear on his head. The second and third place winners got nothing.
The Olympics started giving out gold medals in 1904 to first-place winners. When the Olympics began in 1896, the awards given to first-place winners were silver medals and those in second place received bronze medals. In the next Olympics of 1900, winners got trophies instead of medals.
The first winners of the Olympics won an olive wreaths or crowns.
Medal winners do get paid.
In modern Olympics games the got a gold medal, sliver medal and a bronze medal.
the winners receive medals - gold silver or bronze
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The Olympic winners received a wreath made of a sacred olive tree branch. Another version is that after the contest, the victor was given a ribbon.
A gold medal.
they were treated as heroes
The overall winners in the Olympics in China , were China, as they made great progress in winning medals as well as in hoisting the games .
The final day winners of the Ancient Olympics Games in Greece would be rewarded with olive leaves near the temple of Zeus and maybe a purple silk robe or/and money