The United States is once again a successful nation in the Summer Olympics. China topped the medal list on the final day, but the Americans also qualified on Sunday.
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The last attack
With those three victories, the Americans came in with 39 gold, 41 silver and 32 bronze medals. China needs to make 38 times as much gold, 32 times as much silver and 18 times as much bronze. Japan tops the final list with 27 gold, 14 silver and 16 bronze medals.
This is the third time in a row that the United States has won medals at the Summer Games since London 2012 and Rio de Janeiro 2016. In 2008, at the Beijing Olympics, China topped the list with 51 gold medals. . At the time, the United States had more medals than China, but significantly less gold.
The Netherlands ranks seventh on the medal list. To major countries such as France and Germany. One reason for this is the silver of Abdi Nakki on Sunday night, which is the determining factor of silver because the three nations are equal in gold. As a result, the Netherlands ends above Germany (11 vs. 10 silver medals). As for the French, it is about bronze medals (there are many gold and silver medals in both countries). The Netherlands is fourteenth-third overall, the French ‘only’ eleventh.
Looking at the athletics as a whole, the Netherlands will be even bigger. The Dutch team finished sixth with eight medals: two golds (Siban Hassan in the 5000 and 10,000 meters), three silver (Anook Wetter Heptathlon, Abdi Naki Marathon, 4 × 400 men’s relay) and three bronze (Hassan 1500m, Emma Astersheville Heptath, Femke 400 M obstacles).
The Great Power United States captured the most athletic medals: a total of 26 (seven gold, twelve silver, seven bronze). Italy surprisingly finished second with five golds. Kenya won ten medals (four gold, four silver and two bronze).
The European Indoor Championships in Poland in March announced an unprecedented harvest in Tokyo. With four gold, one silver and two bronze medals, the team topped the medal list. Traditionally, the best athletic nations of Great Britain and Germany ended up behind the Netherlands and the Games ended in Tokyo. The British won six medals, while the Germans won only three.
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