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

DAY four saw Great Britain slip to 11th in the overall standings in Rio, despite another successful day in the pool.

Gold medalist Adam Peaty of Great Britain poses on the podium during the medal ceremony for the Men's 100m Breaststroke Final. Picture: Getty
Gold medalist Adam Peaty of Great Britain poses on the podium during the medal ceremony for the Men's 100m Breaststroke Final. Picture: Getty

Siobhan-Marie O’Connor won silver in the 200m individual medley, as did the men’s 4x200m freestyle relay team.

Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow won bronze the previous day in the 10m synchronised platform dive, with Edward Ling taking home bronze for trap shooting.

On day two, Jazz Carlin secured silver in the 400m freestyle and Adam Peaty’s world record-breaking swim in the 100m breastroke earned him gold.

1. United States

Gold: 9 | Silver: 8 | Bronze: 9 | TOTAL: 26

2. China

Gold: 8 | Silver: 3 | Bronze: 6 | TOTAL: 17

3. Hungary

Gold: 4 | Silver: 1 | Bronze: 1 | TOTAL: 6

4. Australia

Gold: 4 | Silver: 0 | Bronze: 5 | TOTAL: 9

5. Russia

Gold: 3 | Silver: 6 | Bronze: 3 | TOTAL: 12

6. Italy

Gold: 3 | Silver: 4 | Bronze: 2 | TOTAL: 9

7. South Korea

Gold: 3 | Silver: 2 | Bronze: 1 | TOTAL: 6

8. Japan

Gold: 3 | Silver: 1 | Bronze: 10| TOTAL: 14

9. France

Gold: 2 | Silver: 3 | Bronze: 1 | TOTAL: 6

10. Thailand

Gold: 2 | Silver: 1 | Bronze: 1 | TOTAL: 4

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11.Great Britain

Gold: 1 | Silver: 3 | Bronze: 2 | TOTAL: 6

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