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Here's How Many Medals the United States Took Home During Tokyo Olympics 2020

Here's How Many Medals the United States Took Home During Tokyo Olympics 2020

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics have officially closed!

On Sunday (August 8), the summer games ended with all the countries getting together again for an amazing closing ceremony in Tokyo, Japan.

Now that the games are over, we have compiled a list of the top five countries that took home the most medals.

In the end, Olympians from the United States took home the most medals out of all the other countries that competed!

The 2022 Winter Olympics are just a few months away, and will take place in Beijing, China.

Find out how much medalists actually make at the Olympics here.

Click inside to find out how many medals the U.S. took home!

USA: 113 medals total

  • Gold – 39
  • Silver – 41
  • Bronze – 33
  • China: 88 medals total

  • Gold – 38
  • Silver – 32
  • Bronze – 18
  • Japan: 58 medals total

  • Gold – 27
  • Silver – 14
  • Bronze – 17
  • Great Britain: 65 medals total

  • Gold – 22
  • Silver – 21
  • Bronze – 22
  • ROC (aka Russian Olympic Committee): 71 medals total

  • Gold – 20
  • Silver – 28
  • Bronze – 23
  • Congrats to all the athletes who competed at the Olympics! You can head to Olympics.com for the full list of medal counts.

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