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The term '''podium''' refers to the top 3 rankings or solvers in an [[event]] in a specific [[competition]]. The term may be used as both a noun or a verb. See examples below.
 
The term '''podium''' refers to the top 3 rankings or solvers in an [[event]] in a specific [[competition]]. The term may be used as both a noun or a verb. See examples below.
  
== Examples ==
 
* "I am going to podium [[Skewb]]", means that the speaker believes (s)he will be one in first, second, or third place for [[Skewb]] at a competition
 
 
* "No Canadian got a podium for [[2x2]] at the competition", means that no Canadian got first, second, or third place for the [[2x2x2 Cube]] at a specified competition
 
 
* "Let's see who gets on the podium for [[Megaminx]]", means that the speaker is telling the person (s)he is talking to that they should wait and see who gets first, second, and third place for [[Megaminx]] at a specified competition
 
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 23:27, 31 July 2020

The term podium refers to the top 3 rankings or solvers in an event in a specific competition. The term may be used as both a noun or a verb. See examples below.


See Also