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Olympic Medal Count by Country







The results displayed on this page are from the Official Report, a document published for each Olympic Games by the Organizing Committee. The Olympic medal tables for each edition show the number of gold, silver, and bronze medals won by participating nations. Team victories are counted as one medal.

Medals for First Modern Olympics
During the first Olympiad in Athens in 1896, winners who ranked first were awarded a silver medal, a crown of olive branches, and a diploma. Those in second place were given a copper medal, a branch of laurel, and a diploma. For the first time, at the third Olympiad in St. Louis in 1904, gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded for the first, second, and third place, respectively.

In the 2012 London Summer Olympics, the United States of America topped the table with a total of 103 medals: 46 gold, 28 silver, and 29 bronze. China came second on the list with a total of 88 medals: 38 gold, 28 silver, and 22 bronze. The third spot was grabbed by Great Britain with a total tally of 65 medals: 29 gold, 17 silver, and 19 bronze.

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  London 2012 Summer Olympics Medal Count  
 Rank NOCGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)‡462829103
2 China (CHN)‡38282288
3 Great Britain (GBR)*29171965
4 Russia (RUS)‡24253281
5 South Korea (KOR)138728
6 Germany (GER)11191444
7 France (FRA)11111234
8 Italy (ITA)891128
9 Hungary (HUN)‡84618
10 Australia (AUS)7161235
More Medals From 2012 London Games

All-Time Olympic Games Medal Table
Summer Olympics Medal Tally
Rio 2016London 2012
Beijing 2008Melbourne 1956
Athens 2004Helsinki 1952
Sydney 2000London 1948
Atlanta 1996Berlin 1936
Barcelona 1992Los Angeles 1932
Seoul 1988Amsterdam 1928
Los Angeles 1984Paris 1924
Moscow 1980Antwerp 1920
Montreal 1976Stockholm 1912
Munich 1972London 1908
Mexico City 1968St. Louis 1904
Tokyo 1964Paris 1900
Rome 1960Athens 1896
Winter Olympics Medal Tally
Sochi 2014-
Vancouver 2010Squaw Valley 1960
Turin 2006Cortina D Ampezzo 1956
Salt Lake City 2002Oslo 1952
Nagano 1998St Moritz 1948
Lillehammer 1994Garmisch 1936
Albertville 1992Lake Placid 1932
Calgary Alberta 1988
Sarajevo 1984Chamonix 1924
Lake Placid 1980 
Innsbruck 1976 
Sapporo 1972 
Grenoble 1968 
Innsbruck 1964

2016 Rio Olympics Medal Table


S.NTeam (IOC code) GoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Afghanistan (AFG) -  -  -  - 
2Algeria (ALG) -  -  -  - 
3Argentina (ARG) -  -  -  - 
4Armenia (ARM) -  -  -  - 
5Australasia (ANZ) -  -  -  - 
6Australia (AUS) -  -  -  - 
7Austria (AUT) -  -  -  - 
8Azerbaijan (AZE) -  -  -  - 
9Bahamas (BAH) -  -  -  - 
10Bahrain (BRN) -  -  -  - 
11Barbados (BAR) -  -  -  - 
12Belarus (BLR) -  -  -  - 
13Belgium (BEL) -  -  -  - 
14Bermuda (BER) -  -  -  - 
15Bohemia (BOH) -  -  -  - 
16Botswana (BOT) -  -  -  - 
17Brazil (BRA) -  -  -  - 
18British West Indies (BWI) -  -  -  - 
19Bulgaria (BUL) -  -  -  - 
20Burundi (BDI) -  -  -  - 
21Cameroon (CMR) -  -  -  - 
22Canada (CAN) -  -  -  - 
23Chile (CHI) -  -  -  - 
24China (CHN) -  -  -  - 
25Chinese Taipei (TPE) -  -  -  - 
26Colombia (COL) -  -  -  - 
27Costa Rica (CRC) -  -  -  - 
28Croatia (CRO) -  -  -  - 
29Cuba (CUB) -  -  -  - 
30Cyprus (CYP) -  -  -  - 
31Czech Republic (CZE) -  -  -  - 
32Czechoslovakia (TCH) -  -  -  - 
33Denmark (DEN) -  -  -  - 
34Djibouti (DJI) -  -  -  - 
35Dominican Republic (DOM) -  -  -  - 
36East Germany (GDR) -  -  -  - 
37Ecuador (ECU) -  -  -  - 
38Egypt (EGY) -  -  -  - 
39Eritrea (ERI) -  -  -  - 
40Estonia (EST) -  -  -  - 
41Ethiopia (ETH) -  -  -  - 
42Finland (FIN) -  -  -  - 
43France (FRA) -  -  -  - 
44Gabon (GAB) -  -  -  - 
45Georgia (GEO) -  -  -  - 
46Germany (GER) -  -  -  - 
47Ghana (GHA) -  -  -  - 
48Great Britain (GBR) -  -  -  - 
49Greece (GRE) -  -  -  - 
50Grenada (GRN) -  -  -  - 
51Guatemala (GUA) -  -  -  - 
52Guyana (GUY) -  -  -  - 
53Haiti (HAI) -  -  -  - 
54Hong Kong (HKG) -  -  -  - 
55Hungary (HUN) -  -  -  - 
56Iceland (ISL) -  -  -  - 
57Independent Olympic Participants (IOP) -  -  -  - 
58India (IND) -  -  -  - 
59Indonesia (INA) -  -  -  - 
60Iran (IRI) -  -  -  - 
61Iraq (IRQ) -  -  -  - 
62Ireland (IRL) -  -  -  - 
63Israel (ISR) -  -  -  - 
64Italy (ITA) -  -  -  - 
65Ivory Coast (CIV) -  -  -  - 
66Jamaica (JAM) -  -  -  - 
67Japan (JPN) -  -  -  - 
68Kazakhstan (KAZ) -  -  -  - 
69Kenya (KEN) -  -  -  - 
70Kuwait (KUW) -  -  -  - 
71Kyrgyzstan (KGZ) -  -  -  - 
72Latvia (LAT) -  -  -  - 
73Lebanon (LIB) -  -  -  - 
74Liechtenstein (LIE) -  -  -  - 
75Lithuania (LTU) -  -  -  - 
76Luxembourg (LUX) -  -  -  - 
77Macedonia (MKD) -  -  -  - 
78Malaysia (MAS) -  -  -  - 
79Mauritius (MRI) -  -  -  - 
80Mexico (MEX) -  -  -  - 
81Mixed team (ZZX) -  -  -  - 
82Moldova (MDA) -  -  -  - 
83Mongolia (MGL) -  -  -  - 
84Montenegro (MNE) -  -  -  - 
85Morocco (MAR) -  -  -  - 
86Mozambique (MOZ) -  -  -  - 
87Namibia (NAM) -  -  -  - 
88Netherlands (NED) -  -  -  - 
89Netherlands Antilles (AHO) -  -  -  - 
90New Zealand (NZL) -  -  -  - 
91Niger (NIG) -  -  -  - 
92Nigeria (NGR) -  -  -  - 
93North Korea (PRK) -  -  -  - 
94Norway (NOR) -  -  -  - 
95Pakistan (PAK) -  -  -  - 
96Panama (PAN) -  -  -  - 
97Paraguay (PAR) -  -  -  - 
98Peru (PER) -  -  -  - 
99Philippines (PHI) -  -  -  - 
100Poland (POL) -  -  -  - 
101Portugal (POR) -  -  -  - 
102Puerto Rico (PUR) -  -  -  - 
103Qatar (QAT) -  -  -  - 
104Romania (ROU) -  -  -  - 
105Russia (RUS) -  -  -  - 
106Russian Empire (RU1) -  -  -  - 
107Saudi Arabia (KSA) -  -  -  - 
108Senegal (SEN) -  -  -  - 
109Serbia (SRB) -  -  -  - 
110Serbia and Montenegro (SCG) -  -  -  - 
111Singapore (SIN) -  -  -  - 
112Slovakia (SVK) -  -  -  - 
113Slovenia (SLO) -  -  -  - 
114South Africa (RSA) -  -  -  - 
115South Korea (KOR) -  -  -  - 
116Spain (ESP) -  -  -  - 
117Sri Lanka (SRI) -  -  -  - 
118Sudan (SUD) -  -  -  - 
119Suriname (SUR) -  -  -  - 
120Sweden (SWE) -  -  -  - 
121Switzerland (SUI) -  -  -  - 
122Syria (SYR) -  -  -  - 
123Tajikistan (TJK) -  -  -  - 
124Tanzania (TAN) -  -  -  - 
125Thailand (THA) -  -  -  - 
126Togo (TOG) -  -  -  - 
127Tonga (TGA) -  -  -  - 
128Trinidad and Tobago (TRI) -  -  -  - 
129Tunisia (TUN) -  -  -  - 
130Turkey (TUR) -  -  -  - 
131Uganda (UGA) -  -  -  - 
132Ukraine (UKR) -  -  -  - 
133Unified Team (EUN) -  -  -  - 
134Unified Team of Germany (EUA) -  -  -  - 
135United Arab Emirates (UAE) -  -  -  - 
136United States (USA) -  -  -  - 
137Uruguay (URU) -  -  -  - 
138Uzbekistan (UZB) -  -  -  - 
139Venezuela (VEN) -  -  -  - 
140Vietnam (VIE) -  -  -  - 
141Virgin Islands (ISV) -  -  -  - 
142West Germany (FRG) -  -  -  - 
143Yugoslavia (YUG) -  -  -  - 
144Zambia (ZAM) -  -  -  - 
145Zimbabwe (ZIM) -  -  -  - 

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