Translation of medalist in Spanish:

medalist

Pronunciation: /ˈmedləst; ˈmedəlɪst/
, (British English/inglés británico) medallist

n

  • medallista (masculine and feminine) gold/silver medalist medalla (masculine and feminine) de oro/plata Olympic medalist medallista olímpico, (masculine, feminine)
    More example sentences
    • Of all the athletes and gold medallists who came back from the Games, Amir has had the highest profile.
    • The youngest female athletics gold medallist was also American.
    • Jessica was presented with her award by Olympic gold medallist Tim Foster at a ceremony in London.

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