Historical Results

Medal Standing Olympic Events by NOC 1896-2016

Rank Nation Year
Gold
Silver
Bronze
Total
1 USA - United States of America 1896-2016 54 29 27 110
2 CHN - People's Republic of China 1984-2016 22 15 19 56
3 URS - Soviet Union 1952-1988 17 15 17 49
4 ITA - Italy 1932-2016 16 15 11 42
5 SWE - Sweden 1908-2016 15 24 18 57
6 GBR - Great Britain 1908-2016 13 15 18 46
7 NOR - Norway 1900-2008 13 8 11 32
8 GER - Germany 1912-2016 10 9 5 24
9 FRA - France 1900-2016 9 14 10 33
10 RUS - Russian Federation 1996-2016 7 13 11 31
11 KOR - Republic of Korea 1988-2016 7 8 1 16
12 HUN - Hungary 1912-2004 7 3 7 17
13 SUI - Switzerland 1900-2016 6 6 9 21
14 ROU - Romania 1952-2012 6 4 5 15
15 EUN - Unified Team of Former Soviet Union 1992 5 2 1 8
16 AUS - Australia 1984-2016 5 1 5 11
17 FIN - Finland 1912-2008 4 7 10 21
18 BUL - Bulgaria 1964-2004 4 6 6 16
19 GRE - Greece 1896-2016 4 4 4 12
20 FRG - Federal Republic of Germany 1968-1988 4 4 3 11
21 POL - Poland 1936-2012 4 3 5 12
22 CAN - Canada 1908-1984 4 3 2 9
22 TCH - Czechoslovakia 1956-1992 4 3 2 9
24 UKR - Ukraine 2000-2016 4 2 2 8
25 DEN - Denmark 1896-2012 3 10 5 18
26 GDR - German Democratic Republic 1968-1988 3 8 5 16
27 YUG - Yugoslavia 1988-2000 3 1 2 6
28 CZE - Czech Republic 1996-2012 2 3 4 9
29 CRO - Croatia 2008-2016 2   1 3
30 BEL - Belgium 1900-2012 1 4 3 8
31 AUT - Austria 1960-2004 1 2 5 8
32 BLR - Belarus 1996-2012 1 2 4 7
33 JPN - Japan 1960-1992 1 2 3 6
34 BRA - Brazil 1920-2016 1 2 1 4
34 IND - India 2004-2012 1 2 1 4
36 PER - Peru 1948-1992 1 2   3
37 VIE - Vietnam 2016 1 1   2
38 CUB - Cuba 1980-2012 1   3 4
39 AZE - Azerbaijan 2000-2004 1   2 3
39 PRK - Democratic People's Republic of Korea 1972-2016 1   2 3
39 SLO - Slovenia 2000-2012 1   2 3
42 EUA - United Team of Germany 1960 1   1 2
42 IOA - Independent Olympic Athletes 2016 1   1 2
44 LTU - Lithuania 2000 1     1
44 UAE - United Arab Emirates 2004 1     1
46 SVK - Slovakia 1996-2012   2 3 5
47 ESP - Spain 1952-2004   2 1 3
47 KAZ - Kazakhstan 1996   2 1 3
49 COL - Colombia 1972-1984   2   2
50 IOP - Independent Olympic Participants 1992   1 2 3
51 MGL - Mongolia 1992-2008   1 1 2
51 NED - Netherlands 1900-1976   1 1 2
51 NZL - New Zealand 1968-2016   1 1 2
51 RSS - Russia 1912   1 1 2
51 SRB - Serbia 2012   1 1 2
56 ARG - Argentina 1948   1   1
56 CHI - Chile 1988   1   1
56 LAT - Latvia 1992   1   1
56 MDA - Republic of Moldova 2000   1   1
56 MEX - Mexico 1932   1   1
56 POR - Portugal 1976   1   1
56 RSA - South Africa 1920   1   1
56 SCG - Serbia and Montenegro 2004   1   1
64 KUW - Kuwait 2000-2012     2 2
65 GEO - Georgia 2008     1 1
65 HAI - Haiti 1924     1 1
65 QAT - Qatar 2012     1 1
65 VEN - Venezuela 1960     1 1
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OG 1900 Paris (FRA): 2 BRONZE medals in "300M RIFLE 3 POSITIONS MEN" - OESTMO Ole (NOR) and VAN ASBROECK Paul (BEL)
OG 1900 Paris (FRA): 2 SILVER medals in "300M FREE RIFLE KNEELING 40 SHOTS MEN" - KELLENBERGER Emil (SUI) and NIELSEN Anders Peter (DEN)
OG 1900 Paris (FRA): No BRONZE medal in "300M FREE RIFLE KNEELING 40 SHOTS MEN"
OG 1908 London (GBR): No BRONZE medal in "100M RUNNING DEER SINGLE SHOTS MEN TEAM"
OG 1976 Montreal (CAN): SILVER medal to female shooter MURDOCK Margaret (USA) in "50M RIFLE 3 POSITIONS MEN" (open)
OG 1992 Barcelona (ESP): GOLD medal to female shooter ZHANG Shan (CHN) in "SKEET MEN" (open)
YUG refers also to athletes who continued to compete as Yugoslavia in 1996 and 2000 following the dissolution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia