i assume Brazil is on the Top and the second position belongs to Russia
The winners in Lightweight Women's Double Sculls are:
Thr four finalist countries are Brazil (Rio de Janiero), Japan (Tokyo), Spain (Madrid), and United States (Chicago). The International Olympic Committee will announce who the host city/country will be at their meeting which will be held in the first week of October, 2009.
well no. but she just miss that golden oppertunity 1/100 of sec.
Germany won the gold medal in equestrian individual eventing at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
no one.......the games will be in 2014 and then 2018
Michael Phelps is the man with the biggest number of Olympic medals he has 22 medals and 18 from them are gold medals and that fact makes him also the man with the biggest number of gold medals he also won the biggest number of medals in one Olympics in Athens in 2004 when he won 8 Olympic medals and 6 of them are gold and the 2 others are bronze that fact makes him also the man that won the biggest number of gold medals in one Olympic games.
Michael Phelps won the most gold medals, 5 total, out of all the athletes at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
According to the official Olympics website, the 2016 Summer Olympic games will be held August 5 - 21 in Rio de Janeiro, which is the second largest city in the South American country of Brazil.
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For the Men's Events 10 metre air rifle only Gagan Narang from India won the Men's Bronze Medal Alin Moldoveanu Romania (ROU) won the Gold and Niccolo Campriani Italy (ITA) won the Silver Medal
For the Women's Events the following athletes won medals for the 10 metre air rifle
Yi Siling China (CHN) Gold Medal
Sylwia Bogacka Poland (POL) Silver Medal
Yu Dan China (CHN) Bronze Medal
The gold medal winner in the Men's 200m Backstroke event at the Rio 2016 Olympics was Ryan Murphy.
Kimberley Brennan (Australia) won the gold medal in Women's Single Sculls at the Rio 2016 Olympics. She finished with a time of 7:21.54, beating silver medallist Genevra Stone (United States) by 1.38 seconds. She won bronze in this event in London 2012.
The country winning the most medals at the Rio 2016 Olympics was the United States of America. The United States won 121 medals total, China came in second place with 70 medals, and Great Britain third with 67 medals.
After the 2008 Games in Beijing, baseball and softball were dropped and will no longer be competed at the Summer Olympics.
Some of the other sports that have been dropped from the Olympics include golf, polo, rugby, and tug-of-war.
USA in the 3rd game
The gold medal was awarded to the Fiji team in the Men's Rugby Sevens Tournament at the Rio 2016 Olympics. The players on the Fiji team were Jasa Veremalua, Semi Kunatani, Leone Nakarawa, Osea Kolinisau, Jerry Tuwai, Samisoni Viriviri, Vatemo Ravouvou, Apisai Domolailai, Viliame Mata, Kitione Taliga, Josua Tuisova, and Ro Dakuwaqa. The head coach for the team was Ben Ryan.
The next Olympic games - those of winter 2014 - will be held in Sochi, Russia.
The following Olympic games - those of summer 2016 - will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
400 meter dash: Marita Koch of East Germany in a time of 48.60 seconds. 400 meter freestyle: Ines Diers of East Germany in a time of 4:08.76. 400 meter individual medley: Petra Schneider of East Germany in a time of 4:36.29.
The country winning the gold medal in the Mixed Doubles Badminton event at the Rio 2016 Olympics was Indonesia.
* Chicago, United States - Chicago 2016 Olympic bid-score 7.0 * Madrid, Spain - Madrid 2016 Olympic bid-score 8.1 * Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic bid-score 6.4 * Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo 2016 Olympic bid-score 8.3
Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi (Japan) won the gold medal in Women's Doubles Badminton at the Rio 2016 Olympics. They beat silver medallists Christinna Pedersen and Kamilla Rytter Juhl (Denmark) after three sets. The set scores were:
Some reasons why Rio de Janeiro is hosting the 2016 Olympic Games include the fact that it already had four failed Olympic bids, already hosted a World Cup, and has good infastructure.
The winners in the Men's Trampoline event at the Rio 2016 Olympics were Uladzislau Hancharou, Dong Dong, and Lei Gao. The gold medal went to Hancharou, the silver medal to Dong, and the bronze medal to Gao.
Great Britain won the bronze medal in women's 4 x 400 m relay at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Kelly Massey (ran in preliminary rounds)