The French word honors He arrived in Spanish as medal winners . This is the name of list of winners of a competition .
For example: "The European Cup winners have Spain and Germany as top winners", "If you look at the winners of the Copa Libertadores de América, you will notice that the Argentine teams are the most winning", "A Japanese athlete inaugurated the record of this competition thirteen years ago".
The idea of honors is also used to refer to Achievements obtained by an athlete or a sports team . In this case, the record is the history of the individual or the institution, focusing on their trophies or achievements.
Take the case of the former American tennis player Jimmy Connors . His medal list includes more than a hundred Titles at ATP Tour with tournaments Grand slam As the Australian Open , he U.S. Open (five times) and Wimbledon (twice). He also came to occupy the position number 1 of the world ranking.
He selected Uruguayan soccer , meanwhile, has a great record. Uruguay champion of the world twice (in 1930 and in 1950 ) and conquered fifteen editions of the America Cup . On the other hand he won South American and Pan American championships in youth categories.
"Medal winners" , meanwhile, is the title of a Program from TV Spanish that was broadcast on 1976 . He had thirteen broadcasts and had two presenters: Barbara Rey and Pilar Velázquez .
With emphasis on the second TO (palm groves ), finally, the notion is the plural of palm grove : a place where they grow up palms .