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Countries With The Most Olympic Medals Per Capita

These are the countries with the most Olympic medals per capita according to topendsports.com as of 12/12/2020 A.D.
This doesn't include Tokyo 2020.
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Last updated: September 6, 2021
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First submittedDecember 12, 2020
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Medals Per Million
Country
88.6
San Marino
55.1
Finland
52.8
Hungary
50.1
Sweden
35.9
Bahamas
35.5
Denmark
32.0
Bulgaria
32.0
Bermuda
29.7
Norway
29.5
Jamaica
7 Comments
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Level 76
Aug 12, 2021
Your numbers in the quiz are way different from the numbers in the source. For example, San Marino ranks first with 11,310 people per medal.
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Level 58
Aug 12, 2021
It seems like the numbers are from the 2018 winter games.
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Level 66
Aug 12, 2021
This is a little bit wrong. The numbers are from the Winter Games of 2018 ONLY. You have to select 'All Games' to view the countries that have the most medals per capita over time. Please change that...
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Level 70
Aug 12, 2021
Even medalspercapita.com isn't fully updated/accurate. For example San Marino isn't listed when you filter by "All Games".
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Level 70
Aug 12, 2021
Thats wrong, where is Hungary??
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Level 54
Aug 13, 2021
I thought the Data looked wrong when I typed San Marino and it didn’t even appear. Just read a BBC article on this for the most recent Games and your list and the official list looks nothing the same. I honestly gave up taking the quiz after the first 3 obvious answers didn’t even appear. Quiz currently is unplayable until fixed.
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Level 66
Sep 6, 2021
Hey, sorry about the mix up everyone. I will fix the quiz. Its been a while since I've been on the site and this quiz didn't get any attention upon its initial release.