[ UK /mˈɛdɐlˌɪst/ ]
  1. someone who has won a medal
  2. (golf) the winner at medal play of a tournament
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How To Use medallist In A Sentence

  • The 2002 World Champion gold medallists advanced with the fastest time from the first semi-final.
  • Australia play rivals New Zealand while the Americans, two-times defending gold medallists, tip off against Greece.
  • Yet those who might write off the Commonwealth and European medallist have short memories.
  • Much more will be expected of the Olympic bronze medallists in the final today. Times, Sunday Times
  • A delegation of Chinese Olympic gold medallists are to visit Hong Kong on Monday at the start of a three-day visit.
  • We have had gold medallists if not galore, then aplenty, so let's consult them.
  • The gold medallist, who has blubbed several times, insisted she had toughened up. The Sun
  • Among the Olympic gold medallists taking part are Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe and English triple jumper Jonathan Edwards.
  • At half-time, the march past by many of Scotland's medallists from the Olympics and Paralympics showed that our strength lies in individual sports such as cycling.
  • This week I heard Olympic Gold medallist, Steven Bradbury speak about how he came to win his Gold medal at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. Writing lessons from Olympic speed-skater, Steven Bradbury - by The Creative Penn | The Creative Penn
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