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All-time Medal Standings

Nation

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

Soviet Union/Unified Team (URS/EUN)

81

72

47

200

Japan (JPN)

28

29

33

90

United States (USA)

27

28

28

83

Romania (ROU)

23

19

24

66

Switzerland (SUI)

16

19

13

48

Hungary (HUN)

14

11

14

39

China (CHN)

13

14

11

38

East Germany (GDR)

6

13

17

36

Germany (GER)

13

8

14

35

Czechoslovakia (TCH)

12

13

10

35

Italy (ITA)

14

5

8

27

Russia (RUS)

8

8

10

26

Finland (FIN)

8

5

12

25

France (FRA)

3

9

7

19

Serbia/Yugoslavia (SRB/SCG/YUG)

5

2

4

11

Greece (GRE)

4

3

3

10

Bulgaria (BUL)

2

2

6

10

Sweden (SWE)

5

2

1

8

Ukraine (UKR)

4

2

2

8

South Korea (KOR)

0

3

4

7

Denmark (DEN)

1

2

1

4

Norway (NOR)

1

2

1

4

Belarus (BLR)

0

0

4

4

Spain (ESP)

2

0

1

3

Great Britain (GBR)

0

1

2

3

Poland (POL)

0

1

2

3

Austria (AUT)

1

1

0

2

Latvia (LAT)

1

1

0

2

Belgium (BEL)

0

1

1

2

Canada (CAN)

1

0

0

1

Netherlands (NED)

1

0

0

1

North Korea (PRK)

1

0

0

1

West Germany (FRG)

0

0

1

1

Total

295

276

281

852

         
  • Germany competed as a unified nation through the 1964 Olympics and again as a reunified Germany since 1992. East Germany and West Germany competed separately from 1968 until 1988.
  • Czechoslovakia comprised the Czech Republic and Slovakia through the 1992 Olympics. Beginning in 1996, the Czech Republic and Slovakia have competed independently.
  • The IOC considers the National Olympic Committee now known as Serbia to be the same NOC that competed as Yugoslavia through 1988 and also in 1996 and 2000. The same NOC also competed as Serbia and Montenegro (SCG) in 2004. We have combined all medals won by those NOCs in those years under SRB/SCG/YUG. In 1992, individual athletes from Yugoslavia competed as Independent Olympic Participants because the IOC, which was observing United Nations sanctions, did not allow those athletes to compete as representatives of Yugoslavia. Although listed under SRB/SCG/YUG, medals won by Yugoslavia through 1988 may have been won by athletes from other Balkan states that now compete independently: Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.

 

2008 Medals

CountryGoldSilverBronzeTotal
USA363836110
CHN512128100
RUS23212872
GBR19131547
AUS14151746
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