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London Olympics Medal Count 2012: China Leads The Way With 64 Medals

China continues to lead all nations at the 2012 Summer Olympics with 64 (31 gold, 19 silver, 14 bronze) medals won. The United States is a close second with 63 (29 gold, 15 silver, 19 bronze). Russia, Great Britain and Japan round out the top five.

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The current top 10:

1. China (64 total medals)
2. United States (63)
3. Russia (42)
4. Great Britain (40)
5. Japan (28)
6. France (26)
T7. South Korea (22)
T7. Germany (22)
T7. Australia (22)
10. Italy (17)

The U.S. medaled in three events on Monday: Jenn Suhr won gold in the women's pole vault event, Michael Tinsley took silver in the men's 400m hurdles event and Matt Emmons won bronze in the men's 50m rifle (3 pos.) event.

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