78.000+ athletes. 60 sports. 700+ disciplines. 170+ countries. 4 centuries. 1 world.


The comprehensive suite of databases available on this site allows you to access virtually every single Olympic and World Championship medal stat ever recorded.
Are you curious about the total number of medals earned by a country in a given sport? Perhaps you’d like to know the medal outcomes for a particular athlete across multiple Olympic games and World Championships?
For these and countless other inquiries, our database suite functions as an exhaustive reference tool that will appeal to casual observers and statistics-minded sports fans alike. We’ve compiled more than four centuries worth of medal stats and arranged the information so that it can be accessed via multiple query methods, resulting in an easy-to-use database of  sports results that is unprecedented in its statistical scope.
Whether you’re browsing for fun, embarking on a research project, or settling a friendly bet, we encourage you to explore.


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Fun Facts About The Last Olympics:

  1. Rio 2016 was the first time in Olympic history that a South American country has hosted the Games. The city won its bid in 2009, beating out Chicago, Madrid and Tokyo.
  2. The torch relay began on April 21 in the Games’ birthplace — Olympia in Greece — before traveling across Brazil for more than 90 days and finishing in Rio on August 5. While in Greece, it passed through the Eloenas refugee camp, near Athens, where a resident was selected to be a torch bearer.
  3. The opening and closing ceremonies were held in Rio’s Maracanã Stadium, which boasts the world record for the most fans ever to attend a soccer game. Although its current capacity is around 78,000, the stadium squeezed in at least 173,000 fans during the 1950 World Cup final. Maracanã hosted the World Cup final again in 2014.

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