USA, Russia, and Romania were the top 3 at the 2012 Olympics, but China is also very strong.
Because he is in the top of his Countries sporting elite for Diving.
Top three countries in the Summer Olympics have been the United States, Russia, and China in that order. Germany has also fared well and placed in the top three in the past.
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United States, China, Russia, Great Britain, Australia
the top 3 were china, u.s.a. great britain
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Top Gear Winter Olympics was created on 2006-06-05.
Canada is one of the top speed skating countries in the world. This years winter Olympics will tell us where we stand.
There were no Winter Olympics in 1999.
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The top five countries in order were... usa, China, Great Britain, Russia and South Korea.
Who were the top athletes in 1984 summer olympics?
The top ten medal winning countries in the 2004 Summer Olympics: 1) United States - 102 2) China - 63 3) Russia - 92 4) Australia - 49 5) Japan - 37 6) Germany - 49 7) France - 33 8) Italy - 32 9) South Korea - 30 10) Great Britain - 30
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There are various countries that have played quite well in the past few Olympics such as: Canada, USA, Russia, Sweden, Norway and Czech Slovakia are usually the most competitive/skilled teams out there on the ice.
Sydney is famous for many reasons. 1) It is the most populous city in Australia, and the state capital of New South Wales. 2) It is the site of the first British colony in Australia. 3) In 2010, Sydney was ranked 7th in Asia and 28th globally for economic innovation in the Innovation Cities Top 100 Index by innovation agency 2thinknow. 4) Sydney ranks among the top 10 world centres. It has hosted major international sporting events, including the 1938 British Empire Games, the2000 Summer Olympics, and the final match of the 2003 Rugby World Cup. 5) It features two of Australia's most recognisable icons: the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
China, the United States, Russia, Great Britain, Germany, Australia, South Korea, Japan, Italy, and the Netherlands.
The top gold medal winning countries in the 2004 Olympics: 1) United States - 36 2) China - 32 3) Russia - 27 4) Australia - 17 5) Japan - 16 6) Germany - 13 7) France - 11 8) Italy - 10 9) South Korea, Great Britain, Cuba, Ukraine - 9
Any official competition with rules approved by the IAAF where you'll have to surpass the qualification mark your national athletic association set for you to get to enter the olympics. Some countries have olympic qualification meets where top three gets to go to the olympics. For instance United states uses this system.