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Atlanta 1996 Olympics Medals Table

Also known as the Games of the XXVI Olympiad, the 1996 Atlanta Olympics were held in Atlanta, Georgia, United States from 19 July to 4 August 1996. The multi-sport event witnessed the participation of 10,318 athletes from 197 National Olympic Committees (NOCs), participating in 271 different events in 26 unique sports.

Atlanta 1996 Olympics Medals table displays a list of NOCs which have won at least one medal. Athletes from 79 NOCs won at least one medal and 118 other countries couldn't succeed in earning even a single medal. By winning 44 gold, 32 silver and 25 bronze medals, the United States became the maximum medal winning Olympic team. The nation won its first medal in women's team sport and its gymnastics team was eventually referred to as the Magnificent Seven. Russian Federation and Germany stood on the second and third positions respectively. While Russia earned 26 gold, 21 silver and 16 bronze, Germany filled up its kitty with 20 gold, 18 silver and 27 bronze medals. Donovan Bailey of Canada went ahead to set a world record in the men's 100m race by 9.84 seconds. Additionally, there was America's Michael Johnson who set a world record in the 200m race, winning it by 19.32 seconds.

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Last Updated : July 13, 2016