Top 5 countries with the most Olympic medals of all time


Here are the top 5 countries with the most Olympic medals of all time, as of the end of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo:

  1. United States – 2,931 medals (1,143 gold, 907 silver, 881 bronze)
  2. Soviet Union – 1,204 medals (473 gold, 376 silver, 355 bronze)
  3. Germany – 1,081 medals (311 gold, 356 silver, 414 bronze) (including medals from East and West Germany)
  4. Great Britain – 883 medals (279 gold, 332 silver, 272 bronze)
  5. China – 781 medals (224 gold, 200 silver, 357 bronze)

Other major countries having Olympics medals are:

  • France – 734 medals (212 gold, 241 silver, 281 bronze)
  • Italy – 725 medals (206 gold, 178 silver, 341 bronze)
  • Sweden – 652 medals (205 gold, 234 silver, 213 bronze)
  • Hungary – 511 medals (175 gold, 147 silver, 189 bronze)
  • Australia – 509 medals (152 gold, 172 silver, 185 bronze)
  • Japan – 498 (142 gold, 136 silver, 220 bronze)
  • Finland – 480 (142 gold, 158 silver, 180 bronze)
  • Romania – 308 (89 gold, 97 silver, 122 bronze)
  • Canada – 305 (73 gold, 114 silver, 118 bronze)
  • South Korea – 294 (105 gold, 112 silver, 77 bronze)
  • Netherlands – 277 (94 gold, 110 silver, 73 bronze)
  • Norway – 270 (132 gold, 125 silver, 125 bronze)
  • Cuba – 226 (78 gold, 68 silver, 80 bronze)

The Olympics are held every four years, and these rankings are subject to change based on each country’s performance in the upcoming games.

The Summer Olympics is a multi-sport event that takes place every four years, with thousands of athletes from around the world competing in various sports and events. The first Summer Olympics were held in Athens, Greece in 1896, and the event has since grown to become one of the biggest and most widely-watched sporting events in the world.

The Summer Olympics typically last for about two weeks, and feature a wide range of sports including athletics (track and field), swimming, gymnastics, cycling, basketball, volleyball, football (soccer), and many more. The host city for each edition of the Summer Olympics is chosen by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).


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