For Canadians there has been a set up , a fund of which is called Athlete Excellence Fund that was created by the Canadian Olympic Committee. Canadian athletes will receive a $20,000 dollar monetary compensation for any gold medal won at the Olympics games , in the future (including Beijing). Silver winners will be compensated $15,000 dollars per medal; and bronze winners will earn $10,000 dollars.
The USOC gives $25,000 for gold, $15,000 for silver and $10,000 for bronze
Sharron Davies is a Gold Medalist but is also a Silver Medalist!
Mark Harmon never was an Olympic gold medalist. You may be confusing him with Mark Spitz who WAS an Olympic gold medalist swimmer in the 1972 Olympics.
Yu-Na Kim was the women's gold medalist
Some are .... 1) Muhammad Ali - 1960 gold medalist in the light heavyweight division 2) Joe Frazier - 1964 gold medalist in the heavyweight division 3) George Foreman - 1972 gold medalist in the heavyweight division 4) Sugar Ray Leonard - 1976 gold medalist in the welterweight division 5) Oscar de la Hoya - 1992 gold medalist in the lightweight division
The women's downhill gold medalist at the 1964 Winter Games in Innsbruck was Christi Haas of Austria.
The first US gold medalist in the Modern Olympics was James Connolly in the triple jump in the 1896 Games in Athens.
no. not even close
Tara Lipinski was the youngest figure skating gold medalist. She won it when she was 15 years old in the 1998 Olympics.
There are no price money in ISSF World cups..only points for the world ranking and quotaplaces for the Olympic games.
1 million dollars