Olympic medal count 2021: updated table of gold, silver and bronze medals in the general classification

WRITTEN BYEDWARD SUTELAN

OLYMPICS The 2021 Olympics are underway.

After the coronavirus forced the Tokyo Games to be delayed for a year, athletes from around the world are now in Japan representing their respective nations, hoping to take home the gold medals. And while spectators will not be allowed in at any of the venues, fans of the Olympics will no doubt be tuned in to see how this year’s Games unfold.

But how will the final medal count play out? Which countries will get the most gold medals when all is said and done?

Sporting News is following the top 15 countries in terms of medal counts during the 2021 Tokyo Games. The table is sorted by the most gold medals won and also includes silver, bronze and total medal scores. .

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Olympic medal count 2020/2021

Pos. Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 China 38 29 17 84
2 United States 33 36 32 101
3 Japan 24 12 16 52
4 Great Britain 19 20 20 59
5 Russia 17 24 22 63
6 Australia 17 6 21 44
7 Germany 10 11 16 37
8 Italy 10 10 18 38
9 Netherlands 9 10 12 31
10 France 7 12 9 28
11 New Zealand 7 6 7 20
12 Hungary 6 7 6 19
13 Canada 6 6 11 23
14 Republic of Korea 6 4 9 19
15 Cuba 6 3 4 13

(The official Olympic Games medal rankings are listed by total gold medals.)

The full medal rankings can be found on the official website of the Tokyo Games.

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