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This template is part of the medal record series of templates for building a medal record table.


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For competitors who have competed in the same sport for the same country, the templates should be ordered Country, Sport, Competition1, Award, Competition2, Award and so on.

{{MedalTableTop|Example.jpg|150px|alt=Alt text for image|Athlete name}}
{{MedalCountry | {{AUS}} }}
{{MedalSport | Men's [[Athletics (sport)|athletics]]}}
{{MedalCompetition|[[Olympic Games]]}}
{{MedalGold  | [[2000 Summer Olympics|2000 Sydney]] | 
   [[Athletics at the 2000 Summer Olympics - Men's 100 metres|100 m]] }}
{{MedalCompetition|[[Commonwealth Games]]}}
{{MedalSilver | [[2006 Commonwealth Games|2006 Melbourne]] | 
   [[Athletics at the 2006 Commonwealth Games|200 m]] }}
{{MedalBronze | 2006 Melbourne | 400 m }}
Rekodi za medali
Alt text for image
Athlete name
Anawakilisha nchi Bendera ya Australia Australia
Men's athletics
Olympic Games
Dhahabu 2000 Sydney 100 m
Commonwealth Games
Fedha 2006 Melbourne 200 m
Medali ya Shaba 2006 Melbourne 400 m

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The following templates should be used to construct a medal record table.

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{{MedalTableTop}} – with the optional image parameters (see example above):

  1. Image name without the 'Image:' or 'File:' prefix.
  2. Image size. Default value: 100px.
  3. Caption. This should always be the name of the competitor, with a description of the image if appropriate.

The alt=Alt text parameter contains a description of the image's visual appearance, for visually impaired readers; see WP:ALT. It should be specified if the image is specified.

Deprecated templates:

{{MedalTop}} and {{MedalTopPic}} – use {{MedalTableTop}} with {{MedalCompetition|Olympic Games}}
{{MedalTop3}} – use {{MedalTableTop}} (for Paralympic Games)
{{MedalTableTopPic}} – use {{MedalTableTop}} with the same parameters

Main Headings

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{{MedalCountry}} – with the parameter:

  1. Appropriate template from Wikipedia:Inline templates linking country articles as the first parameter, using the when required

{{MedalSport}} – with the parameter:

  1. Gender sport, or SportMen's or Women's followed by a link to the sport page piped appropriately, e.g. Men's [[Athletics (sport)|athletics]], Women's [[Rowing (sport)|rowing]]. For mixed gender sports, link to the sport only

{{MedalCompetition}} – with the parameter:

  1. Link to the competition article, e.g. [[Olympic Games]], [[Commonwealth Games]]

Deprecated templates:

{{MedalOlympic}} – use {{MedalCompetition|Olympic Games}}
{{MedalParalympic}} – use {{MedalCompetition|Paralympic Games}}
{{MedalWorldChampionships}} – use {{MedalCompetition}}
{{MedalCommonwealthGames}} – use {{MedalCompetition|Commonwealth Games}}
{{MedalEuropeanChampionships}} – use {{MedalCompetition}}
Medal details
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All with the parameters:
  1. Year City — Year of competition and host city, linked to the appropriate article, e.g. [[2008 Summer Olympics|2008 Beijing]]. For multiple awards at the same event, only link the first occurrence
  2. Event — Event in which the medal was won, linked to the appropriate article, e.g. [[Athletics at the 2000 Summer Olympics - Men's 100 metres|100 m]]. Use a non-breaking space between a value and a unit.


- as per Gold, Silver and Bronze, but for competitions with differing terminology

{{MedalTrueSpirit}} – for athletes awarded with the Pierre de Coubertin medal, with the year of award as the first parameter

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