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luso
Monday, August 30th, 2004, 11:45 AM
Gold Silver Bronze Total
110 123 140 373 Total in Europe
82 101 103 286 Total EU-25
35 39 29 103 United States
32 17 14 63 China
28 22 37 87 Total - other European
27 27 38 92 Russia
17 16 16 49 Australia
16 9 12 37 Japan
11 3 9 23 Total Scandinavia
9 12 9 30 Korea
9 7 11 27 Cuba

Gold Silver Bronze Total
14 16 18 48 Germany
11 9 13 33 France
10 11 11 32 Italy
9 9 12 30 Great Britain
8 6 3 17 Hungary
6 6 4 16 Greece
4 9 9 22 Netherlands
4 1 2 7 Sweden
3 11 5 19 Spain
3 2 5 10 Poland
2 4 1 7 Austria
2 2 2 6 Slovakia
2 0 6 8 Denmark
1 3 4 8 Czech Republic
1 0 2 3 Belgium
1 0 0 1 Ireland
1 2 0 3 Lithuania
0 4 0 4 Latvia
0 2 1 3 Portugal
0 2 0 2 Finland
0 1 3 4 Slovenia
0 1 2 3 Estonia
67 80 84 231 Total EU-15
82 101 103 286 Total EU-25

Gold Silver Bronze Total
5 0 1 6 Norway
4 1 2 7 Sweden
2 0 6 8 Denmark
0 2 0 2 Finland
11 3 9 23 Total Scandinavia

Gold Silver Bronze Total
9 5 9 23 Ukraine
8 5 6 19 Romania
5 0 1 6 Norway
2 6 7 15 Belarus
2 1 9 12 Bulgaria
1 2 2 5 Croatia
1 1 3 5 Switzerland
0 2 0 2 Serbia/Monteneg
28 22 37 87 Total - other European

Gold Silver Bronze Total
82 101 103 286 Total EU-25
28 22 37 87 Total - other European
110 123 140 373 Total in Europe

Tryggvi
Monday, August 30th, 2004, 01:01 PM
Medals relative to population size (list as of August 22, 2004):


### Country Go Si Br Tot Population Score
1. Australia 11 7 11 58 19,731,984 29.39
2. Slovakia 2 2 1 11 5,430,033 20.26
3. Netherlands 3 6 7 28 16,150,511 17.34
4. Belarus 2 3 5 17 10,322,151 16.47
5. Georgia 2 1 0 8 4,934,413 16.21
6. Croatia 0 2 2 6 4,422,248 13.57
7. Greece 3 1 3 14 10,665,989 13.13
8. Denmark 1 0 4 7 5,384,384 13.00
9. Hungary 2 3 1 13 10,045,407 12.94
10. U Arab Emirates 1 0 0 3 2,484,818 12.07
11. Bulgaria 1 0 4 7 7,537,929 9.29
12. Austria 0 3 1 7 8,188,207 8.55
13. Korea 5 10 5 40 48,289,037 8.28
14. Cuba 0 2 5 9 11,263,429 7.99
15. Romania 5 0 2 17 22,271,839 7.63
16. New Zealand 1 0 0 3 3,951,307 7.59
17. Germany 10 9 11 59 82,398,326 7.16
18. France 6 8 7 41 60,180,529 6.81
19. Norway 1 0 0 3 4,546,123 6.60
20. Italy 6 6 6 36 57,998,353 6.21
21. Great Britain 5 7 7 36 60,094,648 5.99
22. Czech Repub 0 2 2 6 10,249,216 5.85
23. Ukraine 6 2 5 27 48,055,439 5.62
24. Switzerland 1 0 1 4 7,318,638 5.47
25. Belgium 1 0 2 5 10,289,088 4.86
26. Zimbabwe 1 1 1 6 12,576,742 4.77
27. Sweden 1 0 1 4 8,878,085 4.51
28. Russia 7 13 14 61 144,526,278 4.22
29. Japan 12 5 5 51 127,214,499 4.01
30. United States 20 17 12 106 290,342,554 3.65
31. Poland 2 2 3 13 38,622,660 3.37
32. DPR Korea 0 3 1 7 22,466,481 3.12
33. Spain 0 5 1 11 40,217,413 2.74
34. Chile 1 0 1 4 15,665,216 2.55
35. South Africa 1 1 2 7 42,768,678 1.64
36. Canada 0 2 1 5 32,207,113 1.55
37. Turkey 3 0 1 10 68,109,469 1.47
38. Thailand 2 0 2 8 64,265,276 1.24
39. Ethiopia 1 1 0 5 66,557,553 0.75
40. China 20 13 10 96 1,286,975,468 0.75
41. Indonesia 1 1 2 7 234,893,453 0.30

"Score" is the "Total" divided by the population, multiplied by 10,000,000.

Australia definitely beats them all.

Here is the medal count one gets if one corrects the population of the Top 6 countries to 100 million based on the final results:


## Country Go Si Br Tot Population Fact Go Si Br Tot
1. Australia 17 16 16 49 19,731,984 5.08 86 81 81 248
2. Russia 27 27 37 91 144,526,278 0.69 19 19 26 64
3. Germany 14 16 18 48 82,398,326 1.21 17 19 22 58
4. United States 35 39 29 103 290,342,554 0.34 12 13 10 35
5. Japan 16 9 12 37 127,214,499 0.79 13 7 9 29
6. China 32 17 14 63 1,286,975,468 0.08 3 1 1 5

Dr. Solar Wolff
Monday, August 30th, 2004, 09:42 PM
Australia did very well in the Olympics. Greece should receive a gold metal for the fine job they did in hosting the Olympic Games.