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PopQuizzical Daily! for August 12, 2012:

Let’s finish off Olympic trivia week testing your metal medal mettle: The modern Olympics medals are traditionally gold, silver, and bronze – as a whole, what do those metals represent to ancient Greece?
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Yesterday's PopQuizzical Daily! answer: 
The win was dedicated to the gods.
Okay, now I just give up.  I’ve defeated all the other opponents and now Zeus wins?  That’s a load of ancient Greek crap, but it’s still true.  The crown of olive branches (which is what you won, no medal ceremony) was dedicated to your benefactors at Mt. Olympus.  

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