A figure that compares the number of Olympic medals gotten in each country and makes it easier to understand
Figures showing the size of the circle in an easy-to-understand manner according to the number of medals acquired in each country in the modern Olympics. Colors are also divided by region, and if you look at acquisition number display mode according to the position of the world map, you can see that the number of medals warranted countries increase.
Details are as below.Olympic Medal Count Map - Interactive Graphic - NYTimes.com
The International Olympic Committee The first modern Olympics after the foundation,Athens Olympics.
The number one gold medal is the United States, but Greece ranked number one in total acquisition number.
Held in 1904St. Louis Olympics.
In the opening of the Olympic history for the first time in the continental North America, America got most medals.
It was held from 20th April 19th to 12th September 1920Antwerp Olympic Games.
Olympic games where Japanese players took medals for the first time. Men 's tennis player Kazuya Kumagai and Seiichiro Kashio each took a silver medal.
In 1928Amsterdam Olympics.
Mikio Oda is a triple jump, Mr. Yoshiyuki Tsuruta got the first gold medal in Japan with a 200-meter men's breaststroke.
It will be Asia's first Olympic Games in 1964Tokyo Olympics.
The number of gold medals won in Japan is the largest number of 16 in history.
The last summer Olympics of the 20th century held in 2000,Sydney Olympics.
It was held after defeating Beijing at the vote of the venue. The host country Australia's medal won number is 58 and it is fourth overall.
It is the last Summer Olympics in 2004Athens Olympics.
From the Atlanta Olympic Games in 1996, the total number of medals won by the United States is top, but what happens at the Beijing Olympics?
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