Browsing Medal Count

Nations With the Most Gold Medals in the 2015 Swimming World Championships

Posted on 10 Aug, 2015, by in Miscellaneous

The 2015 Swimming world championships in Kazan are over, with the United States once again finishing on top of the medal count, gold and overall, this time thanks to one … More

Swimming Gold Medal Count of the 2013 World Championships

Posted on 4 Aug, 2013, by in Other Sport

As always, the United States finish on top of the Swimming World Championships, leading the gold and total medal count, with Missy Franklin emerging as the big star of the pool for the women, winning a total of six gold medals despite only recently turning 18. More

London 2012 – Gold Medal Winners on Day 14 of the Olympics

Posted on 10 Aug, 2012, by in Other Sport

Maybe the finest performance of the Athletics competitions in London, as the United States women’s team (Tianna Madison, Allyson Felix, Bianca Knight and Carmelita Jeter) won the first American gold medal in this event since 1996, setting a new world record and leaving the Jamaican fearsome foursome more than half a second behind. More

Gold Medal Winners on Day 13 of the 2012 Summer Olympics

Posted on 9 Aug, 2012, by in Other Sport

Another fantastic all-around day for the USA with Athletics, Water Polo and football gold, but with Usain Bolt on the track, everything else diminishes, even David Rudisha’s fantastic new world record in the 800 meters race. Bolt completed his second 100-200 double, finishing with 19.32 as he eased off during the final stretch. More

Michael Phelps – Still Has More Gold to Win

Posted on 5 Aug, 2012, by in Other Sport

Just coming off his fourth Olympic games, it’s hard to predict what is Michael Phelps going to do next. He said he won’t be swimming again in the Olympics and spend more time with his foundation. But after Beijing it seemed over as well. There are world championships to contest and win in. If he still can, why not? More

10 Nations With the Most Summer Olympics Gold Medals Ever

Posted on 27 Jul, 2012, by in Featured

Team USA are sending more athletes than anyone else except for the host nation, and by far have more gold medals than any other nation in Summer Olympics history with 929. They are followed by Germany (247), Great Britain (207), France & Italy (191), China, Hungary, Sweden, Australia and Japan. Expect the Americans to lead the medal charts once again, followed by China, Russia and probably the British. More