Lin Dan won consecutive golds in the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics.
Lin Dan won consecutive golds in the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics.

Badminton is a sport contested at the Summer Olympic Games. Badminton was first held as a demonstration sport at the 1972 Summer Olympics, and was an exhibition sport at the 1988 Summer Olympics; the men's and women's singles and doubles have been held at every Summer Olympics since the 1992 Summer Olympics.[1] The mixed doubles badminton tournament started in the 1996 Summer Olympics.[2]

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings are used to determine the qualification of the players for the tournament. Nations can enter a maximum of two players each in the men's and women's singles if both are ranked in the world's top 16; otherwise, one quota place until the roster of thirty-eight players has been completed. Similar regulations also apply to the players competing in the doubles, as the NOCs (National Olympic Committees) can enter a maximum of two pairs if both are ranked in the top eight, while the remaining NOCs are entitled to one until the quota of 16 highest-ranked pairs is filled. The host nation, if it has not already qualified two competitors, receives at least either two singles players or one pair.[3]

Gao Ling is the all-time leader for the most Olympic medals in badminton, with two gold, one silver, and one bronze; Fu Haifeng (two gold, one silver), Zhang Nan, Zhao Yunlei and Kim Dong-moon (two gold, one bronze) each, Gil Young-ah and Chen Long (one of each) and Lee Chong Wei (three silver) are second for the most medals in badminton, each with three. Fu Haifeng, Gao Ling, Ge Fei, Gu Jun, Kim Dong-moon, Lin Dan, Zhang Jun, Zhang Nan, Zhang Ning and Zhao Yunlei are the all-time leaders for the most gold medal wins, with two.[4] In the 1992 Summer Olympics, future married couple Susi Susanti and Alan Budikusuma won Indonesia their first ever Olympic gold medals since their first Olympic participation in 1952, while brothers Jalani and Razif Sidek were the first Malaysian Olympic medalists since Malaysia first participated the 1964 Summer Olympics.[5] Mia Audina won her first silver in the 1996 Olympics representing Indonesia, but won her second silver in the 2004 Summer Olympics with the Netherlands, the only badminton medalist to ever win for two different countries.[6] In the 2000 Summer Olympics, China swept the women's doubles tournament, winning all three medals, making it the only sweep in Olympic badminton history.[7] Indonesia also did so in the 1992 Olympics men's singles tournament, but there was no bronze medal match in that Games so the medal was shared with Danish player Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen. In the 2012 Summer Olympics, China became the first country to win all five disciplines' gold medal in history, and as of 2020 the only to sweep all five in the same Games. Indonesia became the second to achieve this feat, stretching from its first gold in the 1992 women's singles to 2020 women's doubles.[8]

As of the 2020 Summer Olympics, China has been the most successful nation in badminton, winning 47 medals; 33 of them were from the women's singles and doubles and mixed doubles tournaments. Indonesia (21 medals) and South Korea (20 medals) are the only other nations to have more than nine medals. As many as 121 medals (39 gold, 39 silver, and 43 bronze) have been awarded to 153 medalists from 12 NOCs.[9] There were four additional bronze medal winners in the 1992 Summer Olympics because no bronze medal matches were played in any of the four tournaments.[10]

Table of contents
Men

SinglesDoubles

Women

SinglesDoubles

Mixed doubles

Statistics    Medal table    Medal distribution    Medals per year   

See also    References

Men

Men's singles

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1992 Barcelona
details
Alan Budikusuma
 Indonesia
Ardy Wiranata
 Indonesia
Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen
 Denmark
Hermawan Susanto
 Indonesia
1996 Atlanta
details
Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen
 Denmark
Dong Jiong
 China
Rashid Sidek
 Malaysia
2000 Sydney
details
Ji Xinpeng
 China
Hendrawan
 Indonesia
Xia Xuanze
 China
2004 Athens
details
Taufik Hidayat
 Indonesia
Shon Seung-mo
 South Korea
Sony Dwi Kuncoro
 Indonesia
2008 Beijing
details
Lin Dan
 China
Lee Chong Wei
 Malaysia
Chen Jin
 China
2012 London
details
Lin Dan
 China
Lee Chong Wei
 Malaysia
Chen Long
 China
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Chen Long
 China
Lee Chong Wei
 Malaysia
Viktor Axelsen
 Denmark
2020 Tokyo
details
Viktor Axelsen
 Denmark
Chen Long
 China
Anthony Sinisuka Ginting
 Indonesia

Men's doubles

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1992 Barcelona
details
 South Korea (KOR)
Kim Moon-soo
Park Joo-bong
 Indonesia (INA)
Eddy Hartono
Rudy Gunawan
 China (CHN)
Li Yongbo
Tian Bingyi
 Malaysia (MAS)
Razif Sidek
Jalani Sidek
1996 Atlanta
details
 Indonesia (INA)
Rexy Mainaky
Ricky Subagja
 Malaysia (MAS)
Cheah Soon Kit
Yap Kim Hock
 Indonesia (INA)
Antonius Ariantho
Denny Kantono
2000 Sydney
details
 Indonesia (INA)
Tony Gunawan
Candra Wijaya
 South Korea (KOR)
Lee Dong-soo
Yoo Yong-sung
 South Korea (KOR)
Ha Tae-kwon
Kim Dong-moon
2004 Athens
details
 South Korea (KOR)
Ha Tae-kwon
Kim Dong-moon
 South Korea (KOR)
Lee Dong-soo
Yoo Yong-sung
 Indonesia (INA)
Eng Hian
Flandy Limpele
2008 Beijing
details
 Indonesia (INA)
Markis Kido
Hendra Setiawan
 China (CHN)
Cai Yun
Fu Haifeng
 South Korea (KOR)
Hwang Ji-man
Lee Jae-jin
2012 London
details
 China (CHN)
Cai Yun
Fu Haifeng
 Denmark (DEN)
Mathias Boe
Carsten Mogensen
 South Korea (KOR)
Jung Jae-sung
Lee Yong-dae
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 China (CHN)
Zhang Nan
Fu Haifeng
 Malaysia (MAS)
Goh V Shem
Tan Wee Kiong
 Great Britain (GBR)
Chris Langridge
Marcus Ellis
2020 Tokyo
details
 Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Lee Yang
Wang Chi-lin
 China (CHN)
Li Junhui
Liu Yuchen
 Malaysia (MAS)
Aaron Chia
Soh Wooi Yik

Women

Women's singles

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1992 Barcelona
details
Susi Susanti
 Indonesia
Bang Soo-hyun
 South Korea
Huang Hua
 China
Tang Jiuhong
 China
1996 Atlanta
details
Bang Soo-hyun
 South Korea
Mia Audina
 Indonesia
Susi Susanti
 Indonesia
2000 Sydney
details
Gong Zhichao
 China
Camilla Martin
 Denmark
Ye Zhaoying
 China
2004 Athens
details
Zhang Ning
 China
Mia Audina
 Netherlands
Zhou Mi
 China
2008 Beijing
details
Zhang Ning
 China
Xie Xingfang
 China
Maria Kristin Yulianti
 Indonesia
2012 London
details
Li Xuerui
 China
Wang Yihan
 China
Saina Nehwal
 India
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Carolina Marín
 Spain
P. V. Sindhu
 India
Nozomi Okuhara
 Japan
2020 Tokyo
details
Chen Yufei
 China
Tai Tzu-ying
 Chinese Taipei
P. V. Sindhu
 India

Women's doubles

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1992 Barcelona
details
 South Korea (KOR)
Chung So-young
Hwang Hye-young
 China (CHN)
Guan Weizhen
Nong Qunhua
 South Korea (KOR)
Gil Young-ah
Shim Eun-jung
 China (CHN)
Lin Yanfen
Yao Fen
1996 Atlanta
details
 China (CHN)
Ge Fei
Gu Jun
 South Korea (KOR)
Gil Young-ah
Jang Hye-ock
 China (CHN)
Qin Yiyuan
Tang Yongshu
2000 Sydney
details
 China (CHN)
Ge Fei
Gu Jun
 China (CHN)
Huang Nanyan
Yang Wei
 China (CHN)
Gao Ling
Qin Yiyuan
2004 Athens
details
 China (CHN)
Yang Wei
Zhang Jiewen
 China (CHN)
Gao Ling
Huang Sui
 South Korea (KOR)
Lee Kyung-won
Ra Kyung-min
2008 Beijing
details
 China (CHN)
Du Jing
Yu Yang
 South Korea (KOR)
Lee Hyo-jung
Lee Kyung-won
 China (CHN)
Wei Yili
Zhang Yawen
2012 London
details
 China (CHN)
Tian Qing
Zhao Yunlei
 Japan (JPN)
Mizuki Fujii
Reika Kakiiwa
 Russia (RUS)
Valeria Sorokina
Nina Vislova
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 Japan (JPN)
Misaki Matsutomo
Ayaka Takahashi
 Denmark (DEN)
Christinna Pedersen
Kamilla Rytter Juhl
 South Korea (KOR)
Jung Kyung-eun
Shin Seung-chan
2020 Tokyo
details
 Indonesia (INA)
Greysia Polii
Apriyani Rahayu
 China (CHN)
Chen Qingchen
Jia Yifan
 South Korea (KOR)
Kim So-yeong
Kong Hee-yong

Mixed

Mixed doubles

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1996 Atlanta
details
 South Korea (KOR)
Kim Dong-moon
Gil Young-ah
 South Korea (KOR)
Park Joo-bong
Ra Kyung-min
 China (CHN)
Liu Jianjun
Sun Man
2000 Sydney
details
 China (CHN)
Zhang Jun
Gao Ling
 Indonesia (INA)
Tri Kusharjanto
Minarti Timur
 Great Britain (GBR)
Simon Archer
Joanne Goode
2004 Athens
details
 China (CHN)
Zhang Jun
Gao Ling
 Great Britain (GBR)
Gail Emms
Nathan Robertson
 Denmark (DEN)
Jens Eriksen
Mette Schjoldager
2008 Beijing
details
 South Korea (KOR)
Lee Yong-dae
Lee Hyo-jung
 Indonesia (INA)
Nova Widianto
Liliyana Natsir
 China (CHN)
He Hanbin
Yu Yang
2012 London
details
 China (CHN)
Zhang Nan
Zhao Yunlei
 China (CHN)
Xu Chen
Ma Jin
 Denmark (DEN)
Joachim Fischer Nielsen
Christinna Pedersen
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 Indonesia (INA)
Tontowi Ahmad
Liliyana Natsir
 Malaysia (MAS)
Chan Peng Soon
Goh Liu Ying
 China (CHN)
Zhang Nan
Zhao Yunlei
2020 Tokyo
details
 China (CHN)
Wang Yilyu
Huang Dongping
 China (CHN)
Zheng Siwei
Huang Yaqiong
 Japan (JPN)
Yuta Watanabe
Arisa Higashino

Statistics

Medal leaders

Medalist Nation Olympics Gold Silver Bronze Total
Gao Ling  China (CHN) 2000–2008 2 1 1 4
Fu Haifeng  China (CHN) 2004–2016 2 1 0 3
Zhang Nan  China (CHN) 2012–2016 2 0 1 3
Zhao Yunlei  China (CHN) 2012–2016 2 0 1 3
Kim Dong-moon  South Korea (KOR) 1996–2004 2 0 1 3
Ge Fei  China (CHN) 1996–2000 2 0 0 2
Gu Jun  China (CHN) 1996–2000 2 0 0 2
Zhang Jun  China (CHN) 2000–2004 2 0 0 2
Zhang Ning  China (CHN) 2004–2008 2 0 0 2
Lin Dan  China (CHN) 2004–2016 2 0 0 2
Chen Long  China (CHN) 2012–2020 1 1 1 3
Gil Young-ah  South Korea (KOR) 1992–1996 1 1 1 3
Yang Wei  China (CHN) 2000–2008 1 1 0 2
Cai Yun  China (CHN) 2004–2012 1 1 0 2
Liliyana Natsir  Indonesia (INA) 2008–2016 1 1 0 2
Bang Soo-hyun  South Korea (KOR) 1992–1996 1 1 0 2
Park Joo-bong  South Korea (KOR) 1992–1996 1 1 0 2
Lee Hyo-jung  South Korea (KOR) 2000–2008 1 1 0 2
Yu Yang  China (CHN) 2008–2016 1 0 1 2
Viktor Axelsen  Denmark (DEN) 2016–2020 1 0 1 2
Susi Susanti  Indonesia (INA) 1992–1996 1 0 1 2
Ha Tae-kwon  South Korea (KOR) 1996–2004 1 0 1 2
Lee Yong-dae  South Korea (KOR) 2008–2016 1 0 1 2
Ji Xinpeng  China (CHN) 2000 1 0 0 1
Gong Zhichao  China (CHN) 2000 1 0 0 1
Zhang Jiewen  China (CHN) 2004–2008 1 0 0 1
Du Jing  China (CHN) 2008 1 0 0 1
Tian Qing  China (CHN) 2012 1 0 0 1
Li Xuerui  China (CHN) 2012–2016 1 0 0 1
Chen Yufei  China (CHN) 2020 1 0 0 1
Huang Dongping  China (CHN) 2020 1 0 0 1
Wang Yilyu  China (CHN) 2020 1 0 0 1
Poul-Erik Høyer Larsen  Denmark (DEN) 1992–2000 1 0 0 1
Carolina Marín  Spain (ESP) 2012–2016 1 0 0 1
Alan Budikusuma  Indonesia (INA) 1992–1996 1 0 0 1
Ricky Subagja  Indonesia (INA) 1992–2000 1 0 0 1
Rexy Mainaky  Indonesia (INA) 1992–2000 1 0 0 1
Candra Wijaya  Indonesia (INA) 2000 1 0 0 1
Tony Gunawan  Indonesia (INA)
 United States (USA)
2000, 2012 1 0 0 1
Taufik Hidayat  Indonesia (INA) 2000–2012 1 0 0 1
Markis Kido  Indonesia (INA) 2008 1 0 0 1
Hendra Setiawan  Indonesia (INA) 2008, 2016–2020 1 0 0 1
Tontowi Ahmad  Indonesia (INA) 2012–2016 1 0 0 1
Greysia Polii  Indonesia (INA) 2012–2020 1 0 0 1
Apriyani Rahayu  Indonesia (INA) 2020 1 0 0 1
Misaki Matsutomo  Japan (JPN) 2016 1 0 0 1
Ayaka Takahashi  Japan (JPN) 2016 1 0 0 1
Chung So-young  South Korea (KOR) 1992 1 0 0 1
Hwang Hye-young  South Korea (KOR) 1992 1 0 0 1
Kim Moon-soo  South Korea (KOR) 1992–1996 1 0 0 1
Lee Yang  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 2020 1 0 0 1
Wang Chi-lin  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 2020 1 0 0 1
Lee Chong Wei  Malaysia (MAS) 2004–2016 0 3 0 3
Mia Audina  Indonesia (INA)
 Netherlands (NED)
1996–2004 0 2 0 2
Yoo Yong-sung  South Korea (KOR) 1996–2004 0 2 0 2
Lee Dong-soo  South Korea (KOR) 2000–2004 0 2 0 2
Christinna Pedersen  Denmark (DEN) 2012–2016 0 1 1 2
P. V. Sindhu  India (IND) 2016–2020 0 1 1 2
Ra Kyung-min  South Korea (KOR) 1996–2004 0 1 1 2
Lee Kyung-won  South Korea (KOR) 2000–2008 0 1 1 2
Guan Weizhen  China (CHN) 1992 0 1 0 1
Nong Qunhua  China (CHN) 1992 0 1 0 1
Dong Jiong  China (CHN) 1996 0 1 0 1
Huang Nanyan  China (CHN) 2000 0 1 0 1
Huang Sui  China (CHN) 2004 0 1 0 1
Xie Xingfang  China (CHN) 2008 0 1 0 1
Wang Yihan  China (CHN) 2012–2016 0 1 0 1
Chen Qingchen  China (CHN) 2020 0 1 0 1
Huang Yaqiong  China (CHN) 2020 0 1 0 1
Jia Yifan  China (CHN) 2020 0 1 0 1
Li Junhui  China (CHN) 2020 0 1 0 1
Liu Yuchen  China (CHN) 2020 0 1 0 1
Zheng Siwei  China (CHN) 2020 0 1 0 1
Camilla Martin  Denmark (DEN) 1992–2004 0 1 0 1
Mathias Boe  Denmark (DEN) 2012–2016 0 1 0 1
Carsten Mogensen  Denmark (DEN) 2012–2016 0 1 0 1
Kamilla Rytter Juhl  Denmark (DEN) 2008–2016 0 1 0 1
Nathan Robertson  Great Britain (GBR) 2000–2008 0 1 0 1
Gail Emms  Great Britain (GBR) 2004–2008 0 1 0 1
Ardy Wiranata  Indonesia (INA) 1992 0 1 0 1
Eddy Hartono  Indonesia (INA) 1992 0 1 0 1
Rudy Gunawan  Indonesia (INA) 1992–1996 0 1 0 1
Tri Kusharjanto  Indonesia (INA) 1996–2004 0 1 0 1
Minarti Timur  Indonesia (INA) 1996–2000 0 1 0 1
Hendrawan  Indonesia (INA) 2000 0 1 0 1
Nova Widianto  Indonesia (INA) 2004–2008 0 1 0 1
Mizuki Fujii  Japan (JPN) 2012 0 1 0 1
Reika Kakiiwa  Japan (JPN) 2012 0 1 0 1
Jang Hye-ock  South Korea (KOR) 1996 0 1 0 1
Shon Seung-mo  South Korea (KOR) 2000–2004 0 1 0 1
Cheah Soon Kit  Malaysia (MAS) 1992–2000 0 1 0 1
Yap Kim Hock  Malaysia (MAS) 1996–2000 0 1 0 1
Chan Peng Soon  Malaysia (MAS) 2012–2020 0 1 0 1
Goh Liu Ying  Malaysia (MAS) 2012–2020 0 1 0 1
Goh V Shem  Malaysia (MAS) 2016 0 1 0 1
Tan Wee Kiong  Malaysia (MAS) 2016 0 1 0 1
Tai Tzu-ying  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 2016–2020 0 1 0 1
Qin Yiyuan  China (CHN) 1996–2000 0 0 2 2
Huang Hua  China (CHN) 1992 0 0 1 1
Tang Jiuhong  China (CHN) 1992 0 0 1 1
Li Yongbo  China (CHN) 1992 0 0 1 1
Tian Bingyi  China (CHN) 1992 0 0 1 1
Lin Yanfen  China (CHN) 1992 0 0 1 1
Yao Fen  China (CHN) 1992 0 0 1 1
Tang Yongshu  China (CHN) 1996 0 0 1 1
Liu Jianjun  China (CHN) 1996 0 0 1 1
Sun Man  China (CHN) 1996 0 0 1 1
Ye Zhaoying  China (CHN) 1996–2000 0 0 1 1
Xia Xuanze  China (CHN) 2000 0 0 1 1
Zhou Mi  China (CHN) 2004 0 0 1 1
Wei Yili  China (CHN) 2004–2008 0 0 1 1
Zhang Yawen  China (CHN) 2008 0 0 1 1
Chen Jin  China (CHN) 2008–2012 0 0 1 1
He Hanbin  China (CHN) 2008 0 0 1 1
Xu Chen  China (CHN) 2012–2016 0 0 1 1
Ma Jin  China (CHN) 2012–2016 0 0 1 1
Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen  Denmark (DEN) 1992–1996 0 0 1 1
Jens Eriksen  Denmark (DEN) 1996–2008 0 0 1 1
Mette Schjoldager  Denmark (DEN) 2000–2004 0 0 1 1
Joachim Fischer Nielsen  Denmark (DEN) 2012–2016 0 0 1 1
Simon Archer  Great Britain (GBR) 1996–2000 0 0 1 1
Joanne Goode  Great Britain (GBR) 1996–2000 0 0 1 1
Marcus Ellis  Great Britain (GBR) 2016 0 0 1 1
Chris Langridge  Great Britain (GBR) 2016 0 0 1 1
Saina Nehwal  India (IND) 2008–2016 0 0 1 1
Hermawan Susanto  Indonesia (INA) 1992 0 0 1 1
Antonius Ariantho  Indonesia (INA) 1996 0 0 1 1
Denny Kantono  Indonesia (INA) 1996 0 0 1 1
Flandy Limpele  Indonesia (INA) 1996–2008 0 0 1 1
Eng Hian  Indonesia (INA) 2000–2004 0 0 1 1
Sony Dwi Kuncoro  Indonesia (INA) 2004–2008 0 0 1 1
Maria Kristin Yulianti  Indonesia (INA) 2008 0 0 1 1
Anthony Sinisuka Ginting  Indonesia (INA) 2020 0 0 1 1
Nozomi Okuhara  Japan (JPN) 2016–2020 0 0 1 1
Arisa Higashino  Japan (JPN) 2020 0 0 1 1
Yuta Watanabe  Japan (JPN) 2020 0 0 1 1
Shim Eun-jung  South Korea (KOR) 1992 0 0 1 1
Hwang Ji-man  South Korea (KOR) 2008 0 0 1 1
Lee Jae-jin  South Korea (KOR) 2008 0 0 1 1
Jung Jae-sung  South Korea (KOR) 2008–2012 0 0 1 1
Jung Kyung-eun  South Korea (KOR) 2012–2016 0 0 1 1
Shin Seung-chan  South Korea (KOR) 2016–2020 0 0 1 1
Kim So-yeong  South Korea (KOR) 2020 0 0 1 1
Kong Hee-yong  South Korea (KOR) 2020 0 0 1 1
Razif Sidek  Malaysia (MAS) 1992 0 0 1 1
Jalani Sidek  Malaysia (MAS) 1992 0 0 1 1
Rashid Sidek  Malaysia (MAS) 1992–1996 0 0 1 1
Aaron Chia  Malaysia (MAS) 2020 0 0 1 1
Soh Wooi Yik  Malaysia (MAS) 2020 0 0 1 1
Valeria Sorokina  Russia (RUS) 2012 0 0 1 1
Nina Vislova  Russia (RUS) 2012 0 0 1 1

Medal table

Updated after the 8th edition (2020)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China20121547
2 Indonesia86721
3 South Korea67720
4 Denmark2349
5 Japan1124
6 Chinese Taipei1102
7 Spain1001
8 Malaysia0639
9 Great Britain0123
 India0123
11 Netherlands0101
12 Russia0011
Totals (12 nations)393943121

Medal distribution

Updated after the 8th edition (2020)

Men's singles

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China4239
2 Indonesia2237
3 Denmark2024
4 Malaysia0314
5 South Korea0101
Totals (5 nations)88925

Men's doubles

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Indonesia3126
2 South Korea2237
3 China2215
4 Chinese Taipei1001
5 Malaysia0224
6 Denmark0101
7 Great Britain0011
Totals (7 nations)88925

Women's singles

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China52411
2 Indonesia1124
3 South Korea1102
4 Spain1001
5 India0123
6 Chinese Taipei0101
 Denmark0101
 Netherlands0101
9 Japan0011
Totals (9 nations)88925

Women's doubles

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China54413
2 South Korea1247
3 Japan1102
4 Indonesia1001
5 Denmark0101
6 Russia0011
Totals (6 nations)88925

Mixed doubles

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China4239
2 South Korea2103
3 Indonesia1203
4 Great Britain0112
5 Malaysia0101
6 Denmark0022
7 Japan0011
Totals (7 nations)77721

Medals per year

Updated after the 8th edition (2020)

Nation 72; 88 92 96 00 04 08 12 16 20 Total
 China (CHN) 5 4 8 5 8 8 3 6 47
 Indonesia (INA) 5 4 3 3 3 1 2 21
 South Korea (KOR) 4 4 2 4 3 1 1 1 20
 Denmark (DEN) 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 9
 Malaysia (MAS) 1 2 1 1 3 1 9
 Japan (JPN) 1 2 1 4
 Great Britain (GBR) 1 1 1 3
 India (IND) 1 1 1 3
 Chinese Taipei (TPE) 2 2
 Netherlands (NED) 1 1
 Russia (RUS) 1 1
 Spain (ESP) 1 1
Total 16 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 121

See also

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