2016 Summer Olympics Medal Table

The 2016 Summer Olympics Medal table will list the standings of the respective countries who earn gold, silver, and bronze medals at the Rio Games. There will be a total of 301 medals being competed for during the games that get started in full force after the opening ceremonies on August 6th, 2016. Based on performance at the 2012 Olympics and International competitions held since, the favorites to top the medals table this year include China, the United States, Russia (even with the track and field ban), and both Australia and Great Britain are expected to fare well again this year. If you would like to check out the 2016 Rio Olympics schedule or the various venues hosting events, we have those posted as well for fans to enjoy.

2016 Rio Olympics Medals

The overall design for the medals being awarded at the Rio Games is intended to highly the overall relationship between the various Olympic heroes and their power along with the power of natural forces. The design of the medals makes use of the laurel leaf which is an ancient symbol of victory to connect the champions with the force of the natural world. The reverse side of the medal has flowing, organic lines that are used to create the image on the reverse face of the medal with the textures of the relief representing the overall passion and energy of the people of Brazil. The medal also includes the image of the Greek goddess of victory, Nike, along with the the Panathinaiko Stadium in Athens and the Acropolis.50 percent of the plastic used for the ribbons used on the medals comes from recycled cases, and the medal cases are designed in the form of a stone using certified freijo hardwood.
Last Updated: August 20th, 2016, 1140 ET

Rio Games Medals

2016 Summer Olympics Medal Table

USA 38 35 32 105
CHN 23 18 25 66
GBR 25 22 14 61
RUS 13 16 19 48
JPN 12 8 21 41
GER 16 9 14 39
FRA 9 15 14 38
AUS 8 11 10 29
ITA 8 11 6 25
CAN 4 3 14 21
KOR 8 3 8 19
NED 8 6 4 18
KAZ 3 5 9 17
BRA 5 6 5 16
NZL 4 8 4 16
HUN 8 3 4 15
DEN 1 6 7 14
AZE 0 4 9 13
ESP 6 2 4 12
KEN 5 5 0 10
POL 2 2 6 10
SWE 1 6 3 10
JAM 6 1 2 9
CUB 3 2 4 9
UKR 2 4 3 9
RSA 1 6 2 9
CZE 1 1 7 9
CRO 5 2 1 8
COL 3 2 3 8
UZB 2 1 5 8
BLR 1 4 3 8
IRI 3 0 4 7
PRK 2 3 2 7
GRE 3 1 2 6
THA 2 2 2 6
BEL 2 2 2 6
GEO 2 1 3 6
ETH 1 1 4 6
TUR 0 2 4 6
SUI 2 1 2 5
MAS 0 4 1 5
ARG 3 1 0 4
SVK 2 2 0 4
ARM 1 3 0 4
SLO 1 2 1 4
SRB 1 2 1 4
ROU 1 1 2 4
LTU 0 1 3 4
INA 1 2 0 3
TPE 1 0 2 3
VEN 0 1 2 3
TUN 0 0 3 3
EGY 0 0 3 3
NOR 0 0 3 3
VIE 1 1 0 2
BRN 1 1 0 2
CIV 1 0 1 2
IOC 1 0 1 2
IRL 0 2 0 2
MEX 0 1 1 2
MGL 0 1 1 2
IND 0 1 1 2
ISR 0 0 2 2
KOS 1 0 0 1
FIJ 1 0 0 1
BAH 1 0 0 1
JOR 1 0 0 1
SIN 1 0 0 1
TJK 1 0 0 1
PUR 1 0 0 1
ALG 0 1 0 1
GRN 0 1 0 1
PHI 0 1 0 1
QAT 0 1 0 1
UAE 0 0 1 1
MDA 0 0 1 1
AUT 0 0 1 1
BUL 0 0 1 1
EST 0 0 1 1
FIN 0 0 1 1
DOM 0 0 1 1
MAR 0 0 1 1
POR 0 0 1 1

*Note: As countries earn medals, we will update the medals table in due course. Before the Games get started, the countries listed in the medal table are based on the 2012 London Olympics with the host country, Brazil listed as well.