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- adjective Of or pertaining to one who has received a medal.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- verb Alternative spelling of
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Year after year, the people who fail to meet them are the race's unacknowledged (and un-medaled) heroes.
Marsicano medaled on the World Cup circuit in 2008-09 but has faltered this season.
Siblings haven't medaled in the same Alpine event since American twins Phil and Steve Mahre went 1-2 in slalom at the 1984 Sarajevo Olympics.
He medaled in two events at the Pennsylvania state track tournament and was second in the long jump at 22 feet, 10.25 inches.
As a member of the U.S. Olympic team, she's medaled in the last four Winter Games.
Ligety will try to join the parade in Saturday's men's slalom, an event in which the U.S. hasn't medaled since 1984 and where Ligety says he is not a favorite but has a shot.
The U.S. has not medaled at the Whistler Sliding Centre, and Rohbock and USA-1 four-man pilot Steven Holcomb are the best remaining hopes to reach the podium.
Yet he never had medaled in the world championships or the Olympics, so he came back before the 2008-09 season with one goal: "To put some hardware around my neck."
Slovakia has only medaled once in WJC history, and that was 10 years ago.
With the victory, the Finns have medaled in four of the five Winter Olympics since the NHL began allowing its players to participate.
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