All-time World Games medal table

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This is the all-time medal table of the World Games as of the 2017 edition; in the history of the games, Italy (1985, 1989 and 2013) and Russia (2001, 2005 and 2009) led the total medal count three times each. The United States have claimed that honor twice (1981 and 1997), while Germany (West Germany in the first three editions) led the overall count in 1993.[1][2][3][4] Ranked by gold, then silver, then bronze:

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Italy 153 145 142 440
2  United States 142 131 109 382
3  Germany 137 111 138 386
4  Russia[a] 136 111 72 319
5  France 101 102 105 308
6  China 68 55 27 150
7  United Kingdom 60[b] 61 89 210
8  Japan 55 38 53 146
9  Ukraine 44 47 36 127
10  Spain 42 42 42 126
11  Sweden 41[b] 37 51 129
12  Netherlands 40 42 50 132
13  South Korea 39 23 26 88
14  Chinese Taipei 33 33 31 97
15  Australia 32 51 43 126
16  Belgium 30 39 41 110
17  Colombia 29 39 26 94
18  Canada 21 24 36 81
19   Switzerland 20 30 17 62
20  Denmark 20 10 12 42
21  Hungary 17 15 23 55
22  Brazil 16 13 13 42
23  Austria 15 23 20 58
24  Poland 15 15 23 53
25  Soviet Union[a] 15 13 8 36
26  Norway 14 18 33 65
27  Belarus 14 8 26 48
28  Bulgaria 14 3 11 28
29  Finland 11 22 24 57
30  Czech Republic 11 14 19 44
31  New Zealand 9 13 11 33
32  Mexico 7 9 13 29
33  Slovenia 6 12 8 26
34  Egypt 6 11 18 35
35  South Africa 5 10 18 33
36  Argentina 5 8 13 26
37  Slovakia 5 8 8 21
38  Romania 5 8 2 15
39  Venezuela 5 7 11 23
40  Portugal 5 5 11 21
41  Kazakhstan 5 2 6 13
42  Thailand 4 10 6 20
43  Greece 4 7 3 14
44  Chile 4 5 4 13
45  Croatia 4 4 9 17
46  Mongolia 4 3 4 11
47  Malaysia 4 2 4 10
48  Lithuania 3 5 7 15
49  Ireland 3 4 5 12
50  Estonia 3 4 1 8
51  Turkey 3 3 12 18
52  Indonesia 3 1 7 11
53  Vietnam 3 1 0 4
54  Fiji 3 0 0 3
55  Iran 2 9 3 14
56  Azerbaijan 2 2 2 6
57  Singapore 2 1 0 3
58  Morocco 2 0 5 7
59  Bosnia and Herzegovina 2 0 3 5
60  Serbia 2 0 1 3
61  Moldova 2 0 0 2
62  Philippines 1 5 5 11
63  Luxembourg 1 3 3 7
64  Qatar 1 2 4 4
65  India 1 1 3 5
66  United Arab Emirates 1 1 2 4
67  Uzbekistan 1 1 1 3
68  Algeria 1 1 0 2
69  Peru 1 0 3 4
70  Guatemala 1 0 0 1
 Saudi Arabia 1 0 0 1
72  Hong Kong 0 3 1 4
 Jordan 0 3 1 4
74  Czechoslovakia 0 3 0 3
75  Israel 0 1 7 8
76  Ivory Coast 0 1 3 4
77  Ecuador 0 1 2 3
78  Bahrain 0 1 1 2
 Dominican Republic 0 1 1 2
 Madagascar 0 1 1 2
81  Latvia 0 1 0 1
 Liechtenstein 0 1 0 1
 San Marino 0 1 0 1
84  Montenegro 0 0 3 3
85  Jamaica 0 0 2 2
86  Bahamas 0 0 1 1
 El Salvador 0 0 1 1
 Kuwait 0 0 1 1
 Monaco 0 0 1 1
 Nigeria 0 0 1 1
 Pakistan 0 0 1 1
 Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1
Totals 1517 1501 1588 4602
  1. ^ a b The Soviet Union, which amassed 36 total medals in 1989, is counted separately from its successor states, including Russia. This is consistent with the separate counting of medals for other states that sub-divided into their constituent successor states following their initial participation in the World Games, these include Czechoslovakia (Czech Republic and Slovakia) and Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro).
  2. ^ a b The 1981 mixed badminton title was won by a pair of players from Sweden and Great Britain. Both nations are counted as having won a gold medal.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results of the World Games". International World Games Association. Retrieved 2015-10-26. 
  2. ^ "The World Games 2013 Cali Medal Tally". sportresult.com. Retrieved 2015-10-26. 
  3. ^ "International Sumo Federation – World Games". Retrieved 2015-11-01. 
  4. ^ "World Games I Results". United Press International. 29 July 1981.