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2004 Summer Olympic Games - leading medal - winners

2004 Summer Olympic Games - leading medal - winners

Country

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Total

United States

35

39

29

103

China

32

17

14

63

Russia

27

27

38

92

Australia

17

16

16

49

Japan

16

9

12

37

Germany

14

16

18

48

France

11

9

13

33

Italy

10

11

11

32

South Korea

9

12

9

30

Great Britain

9

9

12

30

Cuba

9

7

11

27

Ukraine

9

5

9

23

Hungary

8

6

3

17

Romania

8

5

6

19

Greece

6

6

4

16

Norway

5

0

1

6

Netherlands

4

9

9

22

Brazil

4

3

3

10

Sweden

4

1

2

7

Spain

3

11

5

19

Canada

3

6

3

12

Countries are listed in order of the number of gold medals won.


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