The Americans and Chinese began the day tied in the Olympic medal count, and that's where they stand following all of Tuesday's medal events. The Chinese still lead all nations in the gold medal count (13), while the U.S. is second with nine.
Here's a look at the current top 10 in the medal count:
T1. China (23 total medals)
T1. United States (23; nine gold, eight silver, six bronze)
3. Japan (13)
4. France (11)
T5. South Korea (8)
T5. Italy (8)
T5. Russia (8)
T8. Germany (6)
T8. Australia (6)
10. Romania (5)
Related: Summer Olympics 2012: Event Schedule And TV Times For Tuesday
SB Nation Studios has released another Nintendo-style medal count update, which you can view at the bottom of this post.
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