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Bling, bling! Medals revealed for PyeongChang Games

The world's top athletes can now envision what they will receive for a podium finish at the PyeongChang Games as the medal designs were revealed on Thursday.

Athletes will be eyeing these prizes at the Winter Olympics in February 2018

From left: the bronze, gold and silver medals for the 2018 Winter Olympics are seen at an unveiling ceremony in Seoul, South Korea on Thursday. (Lee Jin-man/The Associated Press)

The world's top athletes can now envision what they will receive for a podium finish at the PyeongChang Games as the medal designs were revealed on Thursday. 

No need to worry, they are sticking with the traditional colours of gold, silver, and bronze. 

Theses shiny objects will be up for grabs when the Winter Olympics begin on Feb. 9, 2018.

Andre De Grasse, Phylicia George, and the Dufour-Lapointe sisters are all multitalented, but Eric Radford pulls a talent out of left field. Meanwhile, we finally get to see what the medals for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics look like. 1:47

For a personalized touch, the Korean Hangul alphabet is integrated into the edges of the medals.

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