An olive wreath
A head wreath.
A wreath for their heads.
A head wreath.
Cups or trophies.
They were shot
an olive leaf!
If You Mean The ANCIENT Olympic Games (First Held In 776 B.C.), The First Place Winners Received A Wreath Of Olive Branches, To Be Placed On Their Head. The Winner And Two Runner-Ups Received A Palm Branch With Red Ribbons Tied To It. If You Mean The Current Olympic Games, Well Obviously They Receive First (Gold), Second (Silver), And Bronze Medals.
The prize was the crown of olive leaves cut from the sacred tree at Olympia. There were no medals. Only the winner's name was recorded.
The winners of the Olympic games were crowned with chaplets of wild olive.
apples and a head dress! apples and a head dress!
real gold medals
the winner wuld get a crown of olive leaves and 2nd and 3rd place winners would get nothing.
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.
In modern Olympics games the got a gold medal, sliver medal and a bronze medal.
Winners of the Olympic games receive medals when they win an event. The first place winners always receive gold medals. The second place person or team will receive silver medals.
In the ancient Olympic Games the winners got an olive wreath and palm branches. They also could have a life-size statue erected in their honour in Olympia.
The ancient olympic games originated in ancient Greece.
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
The winner gets a gold medal and to hear their nation's national anthem in the medal ceremony. They also receive flowers.
it was in ancient olympic