How many medals did the US win in the 1988 Summer Olympics?

How many gold medals were there in 1988?

This follows the system used by the IOC, IAAF and BBC. Athletes from 52 countries won medals, leaving 108 countries without a medal.

1988 Summer Olympics medal table.

1988 Summer Olympics medals
Location Seoul, South Korea
Most gold medals Soviet Union (55)
Most total medals Soviet Union (132)

Did the US participate in the 1988 Olympics?

The United States competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.

How many medals did the US win in the 1984 Olympics?

At the 1984 Games the U.S. team benefited most, capturing 174 medals, 83 of which were gold. The track-and-field competition returned to the Memorial Coliseum, which had been renovated for the Games. American Carl Lewis, competing in the same events Jesse Owens had won in 1936, won four gold medals.

Who secured the 2nd spot in 1988 Olympics medal tally?

Italy’s two gold medals were won by the same athlete: Alberto Tomba, a first-time Olympian who was crowned Olympic champion in the alpine skiing’s slalom and giant slalom events.

Medal table.

Rank Totals (17 nations)
Gold 46
Silver 46
Bronze 46

Who banned from the competition for the use of diuretics in 1988 Seoul Olympics?

1988 Seoul

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Name Country Banned substance
Mitko Grablev Bulgaria Furosemide
Angell Guenchev Bulgaria Furosemide
Ben Johnson Canada Stanozolol
Fernando Mariaca Spain Pemoline