Who was the winner of the 2016 Olympics?
All countries with 15 or more total medals in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games (Wikipedia). By this count, the United States was the winner. However dubious adjusting medal count for country GDPs and populations is, it’s still a fun diversion.
Where was the 2016 Winter Youth Olympics held?
Jump to navigation Jump to search. The 2016 Winter Youth Olympics (Norwegian: Vinter-OL for ungdom 2016), officially known as the II Winter Youth Olympic Games, took place in and around Lillehammer, Norway, between 12 February and 21 February 2016.
Who are the hosts of the 2016 Summer Olympics?
Host city Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Motto A new world ( Portuguese: Um mundo novo) Nations 207 Athletes 11,238 Events 306 in 28 sports (41 disciplines)
Who was eliminated from the Olympics in 2016?
Chicago and Tokyo were eliminated after the first and second rounds of voting, respectively, while Rio de Janeiro took a significant lead over Madrid heading into the final round. The lead held and Rio de Janeiro was announced as host of 2016 Summer Olympics.
Where are the 2028 Olympics going to be held?
2028 Summer Olympics: Los Angeles July 21 – Aug. 6 In an unusual move, the IOC awarded the sprawling southern California city the 2028 Summer Olympics at the same time as it announced Paris’s winning 2024 bid, against which Los Angeles had been contending.
Which is the host city for the 2020 Summer Olympics?
If you don’t get the confirmation within 10 minutes, please check your spam folder. Japan’s capital city beat out other candidate cities Istanbul and Madrid for their 2020 Summer Olympics bid, having also hosted the 1964 summer Olympics.
Who are the winners of the Rio Olympics?
Let’s look at the first presentation and the only official statistic… the actual medal count (courtesy of Wikipedia): All countries with 15 or more total medals in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games (Wikipedia). By this count, the United States was the winner. Onto the Other Olympic Success Measures: Medals vs. GDP and Medals vs. Population