Rio 2016: How Team GB’s medal count compares to the rest

Andy Murray on the podium after winning his second Olympic gold. Picture: Getty
Andy Murray on the podium after winning his second Olympic gold. Picture: Getty
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Andy Murray won gold for Great Britain after winning the men’s singles’ tennis competition for the second Olympics in succession.

That took Team GB’s gold total to 15, good enough for second place on the overall table.

1. United States

Gold: 26 | Silver: 21 | Bronze: 22 | TOTAL: 69

2. Great Britain

Gold: 15 | Silver: 16 | Bronze: 7 | TOTAL: 38

3. China

Gold: 15 | Silver: 13 | Bronze: 17 | TOTAL: 45

4. Russia

Gold: 9 | Silver: 11 | Bronze: 10 | TOTAL: 30

5. Germany

Gold: 8 | Silver: 5 | Bronze: 4 | TOTAL: 17

6. France

Gold: 7 | Silver: 8 | Bronze: 7 | TOTAL: 22

7. Italy

Gold: 7 | Silver: 8 | Bronze: 6 | TOTAL: 21

8. Japan

Gold: 7 | Silver: 4 | Bronze: 15 | TOTAL: 26

9. Australia

Gold: 6 | Silver: 7 | Bronze: 9 | TOTAL: 22

10. South Korea

Gold: 6 | Silver: 3 | Bronze: 5 | TOTAL: 14

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