Sunday, July 29, 2012

day 2

At the end of the second day of Olympic competition, Hungary, Moldova and Georgia stand atop the medals-per-million podium, the only three nations with more than two-tenths of a medal per million citizens, with Norway and Slovakia mere percentage points off the pace.

The United States of America ranks twentieth in the standings, one one-thousandth of a medal ahead of their arch-rival, Uzbekistan, followed closely by host nation Great Britain and recent Winter Olympic host, Canada, ranked twenty-third out of thirty. Of the thirty countries who’ve ascended the medal podium going into Day Three, China ranks last, with only nine one-thousandths of a medal per million population.

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