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China, US tied in Olympic medal count

Monday, July 30, 2012




KINGSTON, Jamaica — CHINA and the United States are tied in the lead with17 medals each as the London Olympics enter its seventh day.

China has nine gold, five silver and three bronze medals so far, while the US has a total of five gold, seven silver and five bronze medals.

Third is Japan with 11 medals and fourth, Italy with eight.

Thirty-eight medals have been issued so far today, the sixth day of the 30th Olympiad.

12 gold, 13 silver and 13 bronze medals have been won after diving, gymnastics, swimming, and weight lifting events.

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MEDAL STANDINGS

Rank Country
Total
1
United States
46
29
29
104
2
China
38
27
22
87
3
Great Britain
29
17
19
65
4
Russian Fed.
24
25
33
82
5
South Korea
13
8
7
28

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