Translation of gold medal in Spanish:

gold medal

medalla de oro, n.

noun

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    medalla de oro feminine
    • He has trained in the sport since 1983 and won a gold medal at the last world championships.
    • Bender also won a bronze medal in discus and a gold medal in the hammer throw.
    • But they know what it takes to win a gold medal and will be able to cope with the huge burden of expectation.
    • His work at the school was outstanding and he was awarded the gold medal in 1901.
    • Kelly Holmes comes from way back in the field to win her first gold medal of the Olympic Games in dramatic style.
    • The Royal Astronomical Society awarded him their gold medal to mark this achievement.
    • You just don't get that in Britain unless you win the World Cup in football or a gold medal at the Olympics.
    • Britain's defeat means their long search for a gold medal in the men's team pursuit goes on.
    • When he was twelve years old he won a gold medal in a piano competition and it looked as if he would make music his career.
    • Consistent running by Tranmere Park girls saw them finish the league in first position and win the gold medal.
    • How many times do we ask the question how did he, or she, manage to win a gold medal?
    • Bringing home a gold medal from the world championships was, well, like a fairytale.
    • Kelly Holmes last night became only the seventh British woman to win an athletics gold medal at the Olympics.
    • World champions Canada are Britain's main threat for the gold medal and the race looks set to go down to the wire.
    • Last night he won his fifth gold medal of the Commonwealth Games in Manchester.
    • In 1978 he was awarded the gold medal of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
    • Daley Thompson smiled and waved as they put the gold medal around his neck and declared that he was the greatest.
    • The sport of curling is a big deal here - Scotland won a gold medal at the last Olympics.
    • The girls brought home the gold medal, while the boys took the bronze medal.
    • She had vowed never to watch a video of those races until she won a gold medal.