How many medals did Russia win in 2016 Olympics?

How many medals Russia won in 2016 Olympics?

Medal table

Rank NOC Total
1 United States (USA) 121
2 Great Britain (GBR) 67
3 China (CHN) 70
4 Russia (RUS) 56

How many Olympic medals does Russia have?

Finally, on a few occasions, the IOC has revoked a medal from an athlete found to have broken the rules and awarded it to another athlete. That said, here are the top 10 winners in total medals for the Summer, then Winter Olympics as of 2021.

Olympic Medals By Country 2021.

Country Russia
Gold 196
Silver 164
Bronze 187
Total Medals 547

How many gold medals did Russia win in 2018 Olympics?

Norway set the record for most total medals at a single Winter Olympics with 39, surpassing the 37 medals of the United States won at the 2010 Winter Olympics. The mark of 30 NOCs winning medals is the highest for any Winter Olympic Games.

Medal table.

NOC Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR)
Gold 2
Silver 6
Bronze 9
Total 17

How many Russian athletes were stripped of their medals?

A total of 133 Olympic medals (42 gold, 43 silver and 48 bronze) have been retroactively stripped from athletes for a variety of offences at the Summer Games.

Number of stripped medals at the Summer Olympics by country and color from 1968 to 2020.

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Characteristic Russia*
Gold 7
Silver 15
Bronze 11

How many medals has each country won in the Olympics?

United States: 113 medals (39 gold, 41 silver, 33 bronze) China: 88 medals (38 gold, 32 silver, 18 bronze) ROC: 71 medals (20 gold, 28 silver, 23 bronze) Great Britain: 65 medals (22 gold, 21 silver, 22 bronze)

How many medals did each country won in the 2016 Olympics?

Rio 2016 Olympics Medal Table

Country
United States 46 38
Great Britain 27 17
China 26 26
Russian Federation 19 19

How many medals did Team GB win in 2021?

Team GB won a total of 65 medals at the Tokyo Olympics in Japan – the second-best performance EVER! And that meant a fantastic fourth-placed finish in the final medal table. You may have forgotten some of the medal-winning performances.