The heavy medals have been unveiled.
VANOC released the official sport medals of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games today.
The designs are inspired by the ocean waves, drifting snow and mountainous landscape found in British Columbia and throughout Canada.
Each medal features aboriginal artwork and no two medals are alike.
The medals are circular in shape and, at between 500 to 576 grams, are the heaviest in Olympic and Paralympic history.
The medals are based on two large artworks of an orca whale and raven by Canadian designer Corrine Hunt.
For more on the medals, and a look back at the history of Olympic Winter Games medals, check out this CTVOlympics story.
This story from VANOC’s website shows the reverse sides as well as the Paralympic medals, and this VANOC video explains the concept, manufacturing and so on.