Definition of 'podium'
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But standing on the Olympic podium with a medal around your neck is a unique thrill that stays with you always. The Sun (2016)But standing on the Olympic podium with a medal around your neck is a unique thrill that stays with you always. The Sun (2016)Recorded four victories and eight podium finishes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She is determined to make the podium this time around. The Sun (2014)The sport faces a cash cut after just three podium finishes. The Sun (2012)He has qualified on the front two rows at all four races but has just one podium finish. The Sun (2006)Should at least make the podium. Times, Sunday Times (2012)No athlete has stepped on to the Olympic podium more times than he has. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It was an Olympic first but meant that the silver spot on the podium was empty. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The 18-year-old had been suffering from a cold but overcame it to reach the podium. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Back on podium for first time in six races after complaining race winner Barrichello withheld technical data. The Sun (2009)And in front of her was the Olympic podium. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In Germany he produced a fighting drive from eighth to claim the third spot on the podium. Times, Sunday Times (2009)By the time they reached the podium it was beginning to feel less like a gold lost and more like a silver won. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Australian enjoyed eight podium finishes and three victories. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Although her path to the top of the Olympic podium began at an earlier age. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But he only has eyes for top spot on the podium this time.. The Sun (2008)But as if by magic, her dress had mended itself by the time the actress reached the podium. The Sun (2013)WILL be disappointed not to have got at least one podium finish but car was just too slow. The Sun (2011)They predict a total of 56 podium finishes and third place overall in the medals table for the host nation. The Sun (2012)The Spaniard will make the podium again at 8-15 with most firms. The Sun (2012)She is glad it is all over, with genuine joy on the Olympic podium. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But did it feel any different to that first podium finish 20 years ago in Mexico where he was also third? Times, Sunday Times (2012)They have put a British rider at the top of the podium, three years ahead of what seemed a ludicrously ambitious schedule. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Button was joint second in the drivers' standings after two races but has since slumped to sixth after just one podium in six GPs. The Sun (2006)If that is sustained, his target of a podium finish if and when India plays host to its maiden grand prix in two years may be attainable. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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