Only a couple of days of competition remains in the Tokyo Summer Olympic games. Many of the athletes have already made their way back home as the final events wind down.

The People’s Republic of China added two more gold medals to hold on to the lead with 38 – just two more than the United States. In the overall medal count, the United States has a 21 medal edge over second place China. The first county to top 100 medals, the United States has amassed a total of 108 medals – 36 gold, 39 sliver, and 33 bronze.

Botswana, Saudia Arabia, Bahrain, and the Republic of Moldova add their names to the list of medal winners for a total of 93 medal winning countries.

Olympic Medal Count Day 15:
United States – 108
People’s Republic of China – 87
ROC (Russia) – 69
Great Britain – 63
Japan – 56
Australia – 46
Italy – 39
Germany – 37
Netherlands – 33
France – 32
Canada – 23
New Zealand – 20
Republic of Korea – 20
Hungary – 19
Brazil – 19
Ukraine – 18
Spain – 17
Cuba – 14
Poland – 14
Switzerland – 13
Turkey – 13
Chinese Taipei – 12
Czech Republic – 11
Denmark – 11
Jamaica – 9
Sweden – 9
Kenya – 9
Croatia – 8
Georgia – 8
Kazakhstan – 8
Austria – 7
Serbia – 7
Norway – 7
Islamic Republic of Iran – 7
Belarus – 7
India – 7
Azerbaijan – 7
Belgium – 6
Egypt – 6
Indonesia – 5
Hong Kong, China – 5
Slovenia – 5
Bulgaria – 5
Colombia – 5
Dominican Republic – 5
Romaia – 4
Venezuela – 4
Portugal – 4
Uganda – 4
Uzbekistan – 4
Armenia – 4
Mongolia – 4
Mexico – 4
Israel – 4
Philippines – 4
Slovakia – 4
Ethiopia – 4
Ecuador – 3
Greece – 3
South Africa – 3
Ireland – 3
Kyrgyzstan – 3
San Marino – 3
Qatar – 3
Argentina – 3
Kosovo – 2
Tunisia – 2
Estonia – 2
Fiji – 2
Latvia – 2
Nigeria – 2
Thailand – 2
Jordan – 2
Finland – 2
Bahamas – 2
Bermuda – 1
Morocco – 1
Puerto Rico – 1
North Macedonia – 1
Nambia – 1
Turkmenistan – 1
Cote d’Ivoire – 1
Ghana – 1
Kuwait – 1
Malaysia – 1
Syrian Arab Republic – 1
Burkina Faso – 1
Grenada – 1
Lithuania – 1
Bahrain – 1
Saudia Arabia – 1
Botswana – 1
Republic of Moldova – 1