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2012 London Olympics Medal Count: China Regains Overall Lead

Sunday's events at the 2012 London Olympics came to a conclusion, and the overall medal count totals have been released. At the end of the day, China retook the medal-count lead as it now has a total of 61, including 30 gold.

The United States are in a close second with 61 overall medals, including 28 gold, 14 silver and 18 bronze. Meanwhile, the country making the biggest charge Sunday was Great Britain, who earned eight more medals -- four gold, four silver and one bronze.

  1. China: 30 gold, 17 silver, 14 bronze (61 total)
  2. United States: 28 gold, 14 silver, 18 bronze (60 total)
  3. United Kingdom: 16 gold, 11 silver, 10 bronze (37 total)
  4. Russia: 4 gold, 16 silver, 15 bronze (35 total)
  5. Japan: 2 gold, 12 silver, 13 bronze (27 total)

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