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USA has more Medals than China on Day 5 of Olympics 2012

Aug 1 2012, 7:54am CDT | by

Right now the Olympics Medal Count has still China on top with thirteen gold, but the United States has one more medal over all.

It is Day 5 at the Summer Olympics 2012 in London. Let's take another look at the Olympic 2012 medal count. China is still in the lead with 23 medals comprised of 13 gold, 6 sliver and 4 bronze...

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USA has more Medals than China on Day 5 of Olympics 2012

Aug 1 2012, 7:54am CDT | by

Right now the Olympics Medal Count has still China on top with thirteen gold, but the United States has one more medal over all.

It is Day 5 at the Summer Olympics 2012 in London. Let's take another look at the Olympic 2012 medal count. China is still in the lead with 23 medals comprised of 13 gold, 6 sliver and 4 bronze medals. The United States has one more medal but 4 less gold medals. It looks like the United States and China are going to battle it out for the win. France is a distant third with only11 medals.

Swimmer Yannick Agnel from France and Ryan Lochte from the United States are the leaders of the individual medal count with 2 gold medals and 1 silver.

This week the medal count will start to become more telling as tons of events are scheduled. Check out the latest trending Olympic news on Sport Balla

 

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