Zinc alloy swimming award medal
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Material: Zinc alloy
Color: Gold, silver, bronze
ZINC ALLOY MEDALS DETAILS
Our Olympic-style gold Zinc alloy swimming award medal are perfect for swimmers of all ages ranging from grade school children to high school students. Featuring zinc alloy medals stringed on a red, white, and blue neck ribbon, these award ribbons are the perfect accessory befitting the chests of proud winners. Each award medal is intricately designed with flower borders and features a swimmer in the midst of a competition. This pack includes 12 medals for awards that measures 2 inches in diameter and 30 inches in length.
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Zinc Alloy Medals offer incredible design flexibility due to the injection moulding process, while the material itself is highly durable giving these medals a quality finish.
A large percentage of enamel medals are two-dimensional, however when a design requires three-dimensional or multi layered two-dimensional work, then this process comes into its own.
As with standard enamel medals, these zinc alloy alternatives can include up to four enamel colours and can be moulded to any shape. Minimum order quantity is 50 pcs.
Twelve more medals will be draped around swimmers’ necks in the Friday morning session at the Tokyo Aquatics Center. The finals of the women’s 200-meter breaststroke, the men’s 200-meter backstroke, the women’s 100-meter freestyle and the men’s 200-meter individual medley also give viewers the chance to see a familiar image of athletes looking as if they are taking a bite out of their prize.
Why do they bite medals?
This isn’t a practice that’s exclusive to swimmers, of course. The short answer is that the Zinc alloy swimming award medal cameras simply love the pose. Photographers and videographers are after what they consider to be a quintessential shot from the Olympics.
It can be risky, though. David Moeller, a German luger who won a silver medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, famously chipped his tooth in his display for the cameras.
“The photographers wanted a picture of me holding the medal just with my teeth,” he told the German newspaper Bild. “Later at dinner, I noticed a bit of one of my teeth was missing.”
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There’s a longer tradition behind that practice as well. It started during the California gold rush in 1849, when many people bit down on parts of the rocks they had just panned to test whether they were the real thing. Chomping on gold, a soft metal, will leave a mark. But that’s not what the athletes could be doing, right?
So, what are the medals made of anyway?
As you probably guessed from the last answer, gold medals are not made of pure gold. Remarkably, the 5,000 gold, silver and bronze medals for the Summer Games were made from metals extracted from electronic devices recycled by people across Japan, the Tokyo Organizing Committee says.
The gold medals are about 99 percent silver and 1 percent gold. Silver medals are 100 percent silver, while bronze medals are 95 percent copper and 5 percent zinc.
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