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medals table at end of day one

China lead the Olympic medal standings after winning four gold and two bronze on day two of the London Games on Saturday.

China won gold in Shooting Women's 10m Air Rifle, Swimming Men's 400m Freestyle, Swimming Women's 400m Individual Medley, Weightlifting Women's 48kg; bronze in Shooting Women's 10m Air Rifle, Swimming Women's 400m Individual Medley to take their overall medal tally to six, with four gold.

Italy are second with two gold and five medals. United States are third with one gold and five medals. Korea are fourth with one gold and three medals. are fifth with 0 medal.

Italy won two gold in Archery Men's Team, Fencing Women's Individual Foil; two silver in Fencing Women's Individual Foil, Shooting Men's 10m Air Pistol; one bronze in Fencing Women's Individual Foil.

United States won one gold in Swimming Men's 400m Individual Medley; two silver in Archery Men's Team, Swimming Women's 400m Individual Medley; two bronze in Swimming Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay, Swimming Men's 400m Freestyle.

One world record was broken or equalled on day two of competition at the London Olympics on Saturday. China's Ye Shiwen achieved the record in the women's Swimming 400m Individual Medley with a time of 4:28.43.

There have now been three world records set at the London Games. There were 47 world records set in the Beijing Games four years ago with 12 set at the Athens Games in 2004.

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July 28 Medal Table

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http://www.london201...ls/medal-count/

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medals table at end of day one

China lead the Olympic medal standings after winning four gold and two bronze on day two of the London Games on Saturday.

China won gold in Shooting Women's 10m Air Rifle, Swimming Men's 400m Freestyle, Swimming Women's 400m Individual Medley, Weightlifting Women's 48kg; bronze in Shooting Women's 10m Air Rifle, Swimming Women's 400m Individual Medley to take their overall medal tally to six, with four gold.

Italy are second with two gold and five medals. United States are third with one gold and five medals. Korea are fourth with one gold and three medals. are fifth with 0 medal.

Italy won two gold in Archery Men's Team, Fencing Women's Individual Foil; two silver in Fencing Women's Individual Foil, Shooting Men's 10m Air Pistol; one bronze in Fencing Women's Individual Foil.

United States won one gold in Swimming Men's 400m Individual Medley; two silver in Archery Men's Team, Swimming Women's 400m Individual Medley; two bronze in Swimming Women's 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay, Swimming Men's 400m Freestyle.

One world record was broken or equalled on day two of competition at the London Olympics on Saturday. China's Ye Shiwen achieved the record in the women's Swimming 400m Individual Medley with a time of 4:28.43.

There have now been three world records set at the London Games. There were 47 world records set in the Beijing Games four years ago with 12 set at the Athens Games in 2004.

reuters

July 28 Medal Table

medaltable28jul.png

http://www.london201...ls/medal-count/

thank you very much :)

North Korea and uzbekistan shock aswell haha. Tough one on first English athlete. Think they had high hopes for the mens road race

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Brazil is TODAY, a Olympic Power!!!

hahahaha

Not to mention we spent 2 hours being #1 in medal table... It was the funniest joke of the day here in Brazil!

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Brazil is TODAY, a Olympic Power!!!

hahahaha

Not to mention we spent 2 hours being #1 in medal table... It was the funniest joke of the day here in Brazil!

Yes, I was surprised about that, too. But could it be that Brazil has done a lot to improve in sports, as a preparation for the Rio Games? It reminds me a bit of Britain's strong showing in Beijing, in lead-up to the London Games.

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Yes, I was surprised about that, too. But could it be that Brazil has done a lot to improve in sports, as a preparation for the Rio Games? It reminds me a bit of Britain's strong showing in Beijing, in lead-up to the London Games.

Don't think so...

It was the luckiest day of Brazil ever in Olympic...

Today we got back to reality... No chance of medals... All judo athletes eliminated soon in competition. No swimmers in the finals... Back to reality and regular Brazilian days in Olympics...

Yes, we must improve a little for Rio 2016, but I don't expect anything better than a Top-15 in medal table, winning around 20 medals in total...

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CHN.pngPeople's Republic of China 6 4 2 12 2

USA.pngUnited States of America 3 5 3 11 3

ITA.pngItaly 2 3 2 7 4

KOR.pngRepublic of Korea 2 1 2 5 5

FRA.pngFrance 2 1 1 4 6

PRK.pngDemocratic People's Republic of Korea 2 0 1 3 7

KAZ.pngKazakhstan 2 0 0 2 8

AUS.pngAustralia 1 1 1 3 8

BRA.pngBrazil 1 1 1 3 8

HUN.pngHungary 1 1 1 3 11

Netherlands 1 1 0 2 12

Russian Federation 1 0 3 4 13

Georgia 1 0 0 1 13

South Africa 1 0 0 1 15

Japan 0 2 3 5 16

Great Britain 0 1 1 2 17

Colombia 0 1 0 1 17

Cuba 0 1 0 1 17

Poland 0 1 0 1 17

Romania 0 1 0 1 17

Taipei (Chinese Taipei) 0 1 0 1 22

Azerbaijan 0 0 1 1 22

Belgium 0 0 1 1 22

Canada 0 0 1 1 22

Republic of Moldova 0 0 1 1 22

Norway 0 0 1 1 22

Serbia 0 0 1 1 22

Slovakia 0 0 1 1 22

Ukraine 0 0 1 1 22

Uzbekistan 0 0 1 1

argh table didn't work

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It's fun watching China and the US go neck and neck. The US will be stocking up on atheletics medals in the 2nd week. Does China have anything to counter the US' surefire medals in the 2nd week, or will China have to build a big-enough lead in the 1st week?

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It's fun watching China and the US go neck and neck. The US will be stocking up on atheletics medals in the 2nd week. Does China have anything to counter the US' surefire medals in the 2nd week, or will China have to build a big-enough lead in the 1st week?

It's fun watching China and the US go neck and neck. The US will be stocking up on atheletics medals in the 2nd week. Does China have anything to counter the US' surefire medals in the 2nd week, or will China have to build a big-enough lead in the 1st week?

Diving 7 more golds to come + medals here and there.

China will likely win the gold total but really neck and neck for overall.

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Everything is calm in Brazilian side... We are ahead Canada!

(Where is Intoronto??? - Oh, in my rear mirror) :P

*In Olympic Games our rivals are Canada... Argentina is too weak to keep some rivalry here...

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^^Actually, our rivals are not Canada... It's only Intoronto!!! hahahaha

Well, it is quite humiliating that North Korea (which Kim Jong-Un is the real winner of the Olympic medals here) has more gold and overall medals than Canada at the moment. Besides, if that is true, get ready for an international sporting Cold War Part 2.

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Well, it is quite humiliating that North Korea (which Kim Jong-Un is the real winner of the Olympic medals here) has more gold and overall medals than Canada at the moment. Besides, if that is true, get ready for an international sporting Cold War Part 2.

USA vs. China is not the XXI Century Cold War of sports already?

Oh... I think I got what you mean...

USA and its "allies" vs. China and its fellows (North Korea and Asian countries)

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