Olympic diploma

Paralympic diploma
An Olympic diploma is a paper certificate awarded to the top eight finishers in competitions at the Olympic Games.wikipedia
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Olympic medal

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While the top three finishers have received medals since the 1896 Olympics, in 1949 diplomas for athletes placing fourth, fifth, and sixth were established, and in 1981 diplomas for seventh- and eighth-place finishers were added.
Medals are not the only awards given to competitors; every athlete placed first to eighth receives an Olympic diploma.

Olympic Games

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An Olympic diploma is a paper certificate awarded to the top eight finishers in competitions at the Olympic Games.

Autopen

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The diploma is inscribed and signed by autopen with the signatures of the president of the International Olympic Committee and the head of the organizing committee for each Olympics.

International Olympic Committee

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The diploma is inscribed and signed by autopen with the signatures of the president of the International Olympic Committee and the head of the organizing committee for each Olympics.

World Anti-Doping Agency

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An athlete who receives a diploma and is subsequently sanctioned for violations of the IOC Code of Ethics, the World Anti-Doping Code, or other charters must return the diploma to the IOC.

Olympic Diploma of Merit

The Olympic Diploma of Merit (not to be confused with the Olympic Diploma awarded to athletes) was an award given by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to recognise outstanding services to sports or a notable contribution to the Olympic Games.

Carolina López Rodríguez

Carolina López Rodríguez is a Spanish adaptive sailor who has represented Spain at the 2012 Summer Paralympics where she came away with a Paralympic diploma.

Fernando Álvarez Ortiz de Urbina

Fernando Alvarez Ortiz de Urbina is a Spanish adaptive sailor who has represented Spain at the 2012 Summer Paralympics where he came away with a Paralympic diploma.

Juan Emilio Gutiérrez Berenguel

He represented Spain at the 2012 Summer Paralympics where he earned a Paralympic diploma.

Fanny Smith

In 2010, she came in 7th and received an Olympic diploma for this performance.

Olympic symbols

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Olympic diplomas are given to competitors placing fourth, fifth, and sixth since 1949, and to competitors placing seventh and eighth since 1981.

Felipe VI of Spain

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The Spanish crew finished in sixth place in the Soling class and obtained an Olympic diploma.

Hossein Behzad

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1952 – Olympic diploma for the best painting at the Olympic Painting Exhibition in Helsinki, Finland

Miguel Rodríguez (table tennis)

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Competing at the 2012 Summer Paralympics, he earned a Paralympic diploma, after having been eliminated by a French competitor.