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What is represented by the sinuous lines on the obverse of the medal for the 1972 Winter Games in Sapporo?
What do the two figures on the reverse of the medal for the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich symbolise?
Which female German skier won two gold medals (in the downhill and slalom) and a silver medal (in the giant slalom), like the ones seen here, at the 1976 Olympic Games in Innsbruck?
Which outstanding Romanian gymnast won three gold medals, a silver medal and a bronze medal at the 1976 Olympic Games in Montreal?
Which famous New York jeweller designed the medals for the 1980 Olympic Games in Lake Placid?
Which Soviet gymnast won a clutch of eight medals (including four silver like the one presented below) at the Moscow 1980 Olympic Games?
What was special about the winners’ medals for the 1984 Olympic Games in Sarajevo?
In which discipline and in which year did Portugal win its first Olympic title?
What was special about athlete Christa Luding-Rothenburger (East Germany), who won a silver medal and a gold medal in the speed skating events at the Calgary 1988 Olympic Games?
For which Olympic Games was a medal created the reverse of which featured a representation of a dove?
What was the original feature of the winner’s medal created for the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games?
Why was the medal for the Lillehammer 1994 Olympic Games revolutionary?
Why was “Centennial Olympic Games” inscribed on the reverse of the winner’s medal for the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games?
Why were the winners’ medals designed for the Nagano 1998 Olympic Games an amalgam of techniques and know-how?
Which detail on the obverse of the medal designed for the Sydney 2000 Games makes reference to Australia?
What unusual element was added to the winner’s medals of the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Games?
Which building can you see on the obverse of the winner’s medal designed for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games?
Why did the winner’s medal designed for the Turin 2006 Olympic Games have a hole in the centre?
How did the winner’s medal for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games manage to unite Chinese culture and the Olympic spirit?
What edifice is represented on the obverse of the medal of the Los Angeles 1932 Olympic Games?
Which was the first edition of the Games at which a gold medal was given to the winner of a competition, a silver to the runner-up, and a bronze (like the one shown here) to the third placed athlete?
This medal, created for the Albertville 1992 Olympic Games, was designed to include using a material used for the first time to make an Olympic medal. What was this material?
What is the particularity of the reverse of the medals created on the occasion of Grenoble 1968 Olympic Games?
Why does the Stockholm 1956 Olympic Games medal show a representation of a horse?
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