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XXVI (26th) OLYMPIAD
ATLANTA, USA | Jul 19th - Aug 4th, 1996


Atlanta, USA


Atlanta 1996

ATLANTA, USA 
GAMES OF THE XXVIth OLYMPIAD - CENTENNIAL GAMES

July 19 - August 4, 1996

Mascot - Izzy (two-headed multi-colored toad)

197 countries, 10320 athletes (3523 women)

26 sports (softball added), 271 events

Opening - President Bill Clinton (USA)

Torch lit by - Muhammad Ali (USA)

Candidates: Athens, Toronto, Melbourne, Manchester, Belgrade

Atlanta: The Coca-cola Games of controversy

18 September 1990 - 96th IOC Session in Tokyo, Japan - Atlanta was elected to be the host of the XXVIth Olympiad in 1996.

Round

1

2

3

4

5

Athens

23

23

26

30

35

Atlanta

19

20

26

34

51

Belgrade

7

 

 

 

 

Manchester

11

5

 

 

 

Melbourne

12

21

16

 

 

Toronto

14

17

18

22

 

Five months before his historic re-election as president of the United States, Bill Clinton proclaimed the opening of the centenary Games in Atlanta (July 19 - August 4). At the same time America was still in shock at an explosion, shortly after take-off, on board a TWA Boeing 747 two days earlier. With Paris as its destination the plane exploded over the beaches of Long Island, killing 230 people.

President Samaranch succeeded not only in curbing the political problem of boycotts, but also in abolishing it from 1996 in Atlanta, where all the National Olympic Committees participated for the first time in the Olympic Games. The Atlanta Games were certainly the largest (a record 197 nations competed), most logistically complicated Olympics to date and perhaps the most hyped and over-commercialized as well. Despite all the troubles that organizers faced, from computer scoring snafus and transportation problems to a horrific terrorist attack, these Olympics had some of the best stories ever.

The Games began so joyously and dramatically with Muhammad Ali, the world's best-known sports figure now stricken by illness, igniting the Olympic cauldron. Sadly, just eight days later (Jul 27), horror was the prevailing mood after a terrorist's home-made bomb ripped apart a peaceful Friday evening in Centennial Olympic Park. In the explosion, one woman was killed, 111 people were injured and the entire world was reminded of the terror and tragedy of Munich in 1972.

As they did in Munich '72, "The Games must go on". In track and field, Michael Johnson delivered on his much-anticipated, yet still startling, double in the 200 and 400 meters. One thing that many didn't foresee is that he would be matched by France's Marie-Jose Perec, who converted her own 200-400 double, albeit with much less attention. Carl Lewis pulled out one last bit of magic to win the long jump for the ninth gold medal of his amazing Olympic career. Carl Lewis became only the fourth person to win the same individual event four times and the fourth person to earn a ninth gold medal. Donovan Bailey set a world record in the 100 and led Canada to a win over a faltering U.S. team in the 4x100 relay.

At the close of the 20th century, compared with the 280 men involved in the first modern Olympiad in Athens 100 years earlier, gigantism became one of the main topics of debate, with an astonishing 10,320 athletes from 197 countries taking part. In total, 1933 medals in 26 sports (271 categories) were distributed in front of an all-time record of nine million spectators, albeit provoking criticism about excess chauvinism, marketing, and an ensuing technological nightmare.

The U.S. women's gymnastics squad took the team gold after Kerri Strug hobbled up and completed her final gutsy vault in the Games' most compelling moment. Swimmer Amy Van Dyken became the first American woman to win four golds in a single Games. Ireland's Michelle Smith won three golds (and a bronze) of her own, but her victories were somewhat tainted by controversy surrounding unproven charges of drug use.

Michael Johnson smashed the 200-meter world record to complete a 200-400 double. Michael Johnson's double victory (200m and 400m) was one of the highlights of the Games, although Carl Lewis also retained his long jump title for the fourth time in a row, putting him on a par with the legendary Finn Paavo Nurmi, the only person before him to have won nine Olympic golds in total in athletics.

Canadian sprinter Donovan Bailey, French sprinter Marie-José Perec, Russian swimmer Alexander Popov, the American women's gymnastics team, the Cuban boxer Felix Savon, and the American basketball "Dream Team" all managed to record emphatic victories in Atlanta. Naim Süleymanoglu became the first weightlifter to win a third gold medal.

The USA faired well in team sports also. The men's basketball "Dream Team" was back and, predictably, stomped the competition on its way back to the winners' podium. Also the U.S. women won gold at the Olympic debut of two sports: softball and soccer.

Doping also reared its ugly head and five athletes ended their campaigns through disqualification. In Atlanta, bromantan became the drug of choice, replacing stanozolol of Seoul and the clenbuterol of Barcelona.

A record-setting 79 nations won medals and 53 won gold.

Detractors of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics criticized the exploitation by multinational corporations, who turned the Olympic ideals of competition and sportsmanship into a two-week advertising blitz. While a lot of Olympic spectators were appalled by the nakedly commercial motives driving the Atlanta Olympics, the bombing in Centennial Olympic Park, which killed two people and injured more than 100, was also a sobering reminder to would-be host cities of the potential for terrorist or political violence that goes with hosting such a massive event.

Atlanta had hoped these games would prove once and for all that the onetime railhead has grown up into a world-class city. But the buses ran late, the computers didn't work and sometimes it seemed that every square inch of the town was for sale to the highest bidder. No matter, it was 'Lanta that everyone loved, at no time more exuberantly than during the rocking finale of Sunday night's closing ceremonies. When the torch went out at ten minutes to 11, Atlanta put on a show that healed every wound and capped every dream with the pure, foot-stomping joy of a world-class hoe-down. Even Al and Tipper Gore were dancing as B.B. King, Wynton Marsalis, Tito Puente, Stevie Wonder and Gloria Estefan whipped up an ever-growing conga line that threatened to spill into the streets. What made the Atlanta games a success weren't the overhyped technology or the oversold sponsorships, but Atlanta itself, with its devil-may-care charm, southern grace and high spirits. Hey, the Olympic cauldron really did look like a French Fry holder. On to Sydney.

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ATLANTA 1996 GOLD MEDAL WINNERS
163 Men, 97 Women, 11 Open Events
22 new events; Softball/Mountain Bike/Beach Volleyball introduced
8 events (3 Rowing, 2 Sync, 3 Sailing) dropped, Women's 3000m changed to 5000m

ARCHERY
M\Individual: Justin Huish, USA
M\Team: United States
W\Individual: Kim Kyung-Wook, South Korea
W\Team: South Korea

ATHLETICS, MEN
100m: Donovan Bailey, Canada
200m: Michael Johnson, USA
400m: Michael Johnson, USA
800m: Vebjoern Rodal, Norway
1500m: Noureddine Morceli, Algeria
5000m: Venuste Niyongabo, Burundi
10000m: Haile Gebrselassie, Ethiopia
110m Hurdles: Allen Johnson, USA
400m Hurdles: Derrick Adkins, USA
3000m Steeplechase: Joseph Keter, Kenya
20km Walk: Jefferson Perez, Ecuador
50km Walk: Robert Korzeniowski, Poland
4x100m Relay: Canada
4x400m Relay: United States
Decathlon: Dan O'Brien, USA
High Jump: Charles Austin, USA
Long Jump: Carl Lewis, USA
Triple Jump: Kenny Harrison, USA
Discus Throw: Lars Riedel, Germany
Hammer Throw: Balazs Kiss, Hungary
Javelin: Jan Zelezny, Czech Republic
Pole Vault: Jean Galfione, France
Shot Put: Randy Barnes, USA
Marathon: Josia Thugwane, South Africa

ATHLETICS, WOMEN
100m: Gail Devers, USA
200m: Marie-Jose Perec, France
400m: Marie-Jose Perec, France
800m: Svetlana Masterkova, Russia
1500m: Svetlana Masterkova, Russia
5000m (3000m): Wang Junxia, China
10000m: Fernanda Ribeiro, Portugal
100m Hurdles: Ludmila Enquist, Sweden
400m Hurdles: Deon Hemmings, Jamaica
10km Walk: Yelena Ninikolayeva, Russia
4x100m Relay: United States
4x400m Relay: United States
Heptathlon: Ghada Shouaa, Syria
High Jump: Stefka Kostadinova, Bulgaria
Long Jump: Chioma Ajunwa, Nigeria
Triple Jump: Inessa Kravets, Ukraine
Discus Throw: Ilke Wyludda, Germany
Javelin: Heli Rantanen, Finland
Shot Put: Astrid Kumbernuss, Germany
Marathon: Fatuma Roba, Ethiopia

BADMINTON
M\Singles: Poul-Erik Hoyer-Larsen, Denmark
M\Doubles: Rexy Mainaky and Ricky Subagja, Indonesia
W\Singles: Bang Soo-hyun, South Korea
W\Doubles: Ge Fei and Gu Jun, China
X\Mixed Doubles: Gil Young-ah & Kim Dong-moon, S Korea

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL (NEW)
Baseball: Cuba
Softball: United States

BASKETBALL
Men: United States
Women: United States

BOXING
Light Flyweight: Daniel Petrov, Bulgaria
Flyweight: Maikro Romero, Cuba
Bantamweight: Istvan Kovacs, Hungary
Featherweight: Somluck Kamsing, Thailand
Lightweight: Hocine Soltani, Algeria
Light Welterweight: Hector Vinent, Cuba
Welterweight: Oleg Saitov, Russia
Light Middleweight: David Reid, USA
Middleweight: Ariel Hernandez, Cuba
Light Heavyweight: Vassili Jirov, Kazakhstan
Heavyweight: Felix Savon, Cuba
Super Heavyweight: Vladimir Klitchko, Ukraine

CANOE/KAYAK, MEN
C-1 500: Martin Doktor, Czech Republic
C-1 1000: Martin Doktor, Czech Republic
C-2 500: Gyorgy Kolonics and Csaba Horvath, Hungary
C-2 1000: Andreas Dittmer and Gunar Kirchbach, Germany
K-1 500: Antonio Rossi, Italy
K-1 1000: Knut Holmann, Norway
K-2 500: Kay Bluhm and Torsten Gutsche, Germany
K-2 1000: Antonio Rossi and Daniele Scarpa, Italy
K-4 1000: Germany
Slalom C-1: Michal Martikan, Slovakia
Slalom C-2: Frank Adisson and Wilfrid Forgues, France
Slalom K-1: Oliver Fix, Germany

CANOE/KAYAK, WOMEN
K-1 500: Rita Koban, Hungary
K-2 500: Agneta Andersson & Susanne Gunnarsson, Sweden
K-4 500: Germany
Slalom K-1: Stepanka Hilgertova, Czech Republic

CYCLING, MEN
Sprint: Jens Fiedler, Germany
Points Race: Silvio Martinello, Italy
Individual Pursuit: Andrea Collinelli, Italy
Road Race: Pascal Richard, Switzerland
Individual Time Trial: Miguel Indurain, Spain
Mountain Bike: Bart Jan Brentjens, Netherlands
1km Time Trial: Florian Rousseau, France
Team Pursuit: France

CYCLING, WOMEN
Sprint: Felicia Ballanger, France
Points Race: Nathalie Lancien, France
Individual Pursuit: Antonella Bellutti, Italy
Road Race: Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli, France
Individual Time Trial: Zulfiya Zabirova, Russia
Mountain Bike: Paola Pezzo, Italy

EQUESTRIAN, Open
Individual Dressage: Isabell Werth (Gigolo), Germany
Individual Jumping: Ulrich Kirchhoff (Jus de Pommes), GER
Individual 3-Day Event: Blyth Tait (Ready Teddy), NZL
Team Dressage: Germany
Team Jumping: Germany
Team 3-Day Event: Australia

FENCING
M\Individual Epee: Aleksandr Beketov, Russia
M\Individual Foil: Alessandro Puccini, Italy
M\Individual Sabre: Stanislav Pozdnyakov, Russia
M\Team Epee: Italy
M\Team Foil: Russia
M\Team Sabre: Russia
W\Individual Epee: Laura Flessel, France
W\Individual Foil: Laura Badea, Romania
W\Team Epee: France
W\Team Foil: Italy

FOOTBALL
Men: Nigeria
Women: United States

GYMNASTICS
M\All-Around: Li Xiaoshuang, China
M\Floor Exercise: Ioannis Melissanidis, Greece
M\Horizontal Bar: Andreas Wecker, Germany
M\Parallel Bars: Rustam Sharipov, Ukraine
M\Pommel Horse: Li Donghua, Switzerland
M\Rings: Yuri Chechi, Italy
M\Vault: Alexei Nemov, Russia
M\Team: Russia
W\All-Around: Lilia Podkopayeva, Ukraine
W\Balance Beam: Shannon Miller, USA
W\Floor Exercise: Lilia Podkopayeva, Ukraine
W\Uneven Bars: Svetlana Khorkina, Russia
W\Vault: Simona Amanar, Romania
W\Team: United States
W\Rhythmic All-Around: Yekaterina Serebryanskaya, Ukraine
W\Rhythmic Team: Spain

HOCKEY
Men: Netherlands
Women: Australia

JUDO
M\Extra Lightweight: Tadahiro Nomura, Japan
M\Half-Lightweight: Udo Quellmalz, Germany
M\Lightweight: Kenzo Nakamura, Japan
M\Half-Middleweight: Djamel Bouras, France
M\Middleweight: Jeon Ki-young, South Korea
M\Half-Heavyweight: Pawel Nastula, Poland
M\Heavyweight: David Douillet, France
W\Extra Lightweight: Kye Sun, North Korea
W\Half-Lightweight: Marie-Claire Restoux, France
W\Lightweight: Driulis Gonzalez, Cuba
W\Half-Middleweight: Yuko Emoto, Japan
W\Middleweight: Cho Min-sun, South Korea
W\Half-Heavyweight: Ulla Werbrouck, Belgium
W\Heavyweight: Sun Fuming, China

MODERN PENTATHLON
Aleksandr Parygin, Kazakhstan

ROWING
M\Single Sculls: Xeno Mueller, Switzerland
M\Double Sculls: Davide Tizzano & Agostino Abbagnale, Italy
M\Lwt Double Sculls: Michael Gier & Markus Gier, SUI
M\Quadruple Sculls: Germany
M\Coxless Pair: Steven Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent, GBR
M\Coxless Four: Australia
M\Lwt Coxless Four: Denmark
M\Eights: Netherlands
W\Single Sculls: Yekaterina Khodotovich, Belarus
W\Double Sculls: Marnie McBean and Kathleen Heddle, CAN
W\Lwt Double Sculls: Constantina Burcica & Camelia Macoviciuc, ROM
W\Quadruple Sculls: Germany
W\Coxless Pair: Megan Still and Kate Slatter, Australia
W\Eights: Romania

SHOOTING
M\Air Pistol: Roberto Di Donna, Italy
M\Free Pistol: Boris Kokorev, Russia
M\Rapid Fire Pistol: Ralf Schumann, Germany
M\Running Target: Yang Ling, China
M\Air Rifle: Artem Khadzhibekov, Russia
M\Small-Bore Rifle Prone: Christian Klees, Germany
M\Small-Bore Rifle 3-pos: Jean-Pierre Amat, France
M\Trap: Michael Diamond, Australia
M\Double Trap: Russell Mark, Australia
M\Skeet: Ennio Falco, Italy
W\Air Pistol: Olga Klochneva, Russia
W\Air Rifle: Renata Mauer, Poland
W\Sport Pistol: Li Duihong, China
W\Small-Bore Rifle 3-pos: Aleksandra Ivosev, YUG
W\Double Trap: Kim Rhode, USA

SWIMMING, MEN
50m Freestyle: Alexander Popov, Russia
100m Freestyle: Alexander Popov, Russia
200m Freestyle: Danyon Loader, New Zealand
400m Freestyle: Danyon Loader, New Zealand
1500m Freestyle: Kieren Perkins, Australia
100m Backstroke: Jeff Rouse, USA
200m Backstroke: Brad Bridgewater, USA
100m Breaststroke: Fred Deburghgraeve, Belgium
200m Breaststroke: Norbert Rozsa, Hungary
100m Butterfly: Denis Pankratov, Russia
200m Butterfly: Denis Pankratov, Russia
200m Individual Medley: Attila Czene, Hungary
400m Individual Medley: Tom Dolan, USA
4x100m Medley Relay: United States
4x100m Freestyle Relay: United States
4x200m Freestyle Relay: United States
10m Platform: Dmitry Sautin, Russia
3m Springboard: Xiong Ni, China
WATER POLO: Spain

SWIMMING, WOMEN
50m Freestyle: Amy van Dyken, USA
100m Freestyle: Le Jingyi, China
200m Freestyle: Claudia Poll, Costa Rica
400m Freestyle: Michelle Smith, Ireland
800m Freestyle: Brooke Bennett, USA
100m Backstroke: Beth Botsford, USA
200m Backstroke: Krisztina Egerszegi, Hungary
100m Breaststroke: Penny Heyns, South Africa
200m Breaststroke: Penny Heyns, South Africa
100m Butterfly: Amy van Dyken, USA
200m Butterfly: Susan O'Neill, Australia
200m Individual Medley: Michelle Smith, Ireland
400m Individual Medley: Michelle Smith, Ireland
4x100m Medley Relay: United States
4x100m Freestyle Relay: United States
4x200m Freestyle Relay: United States
10m Platform: Fu Mingxia, China
3m Springboard: Fu Mingxia, China
SYNC Team: United States

TABLE TENNIS
M\Singles: Liu Guoliang, China
M\Doubles: Kong Linghui and Liu Guoliang, China
W\Singles: Deng Yaping, China
W\Doubles: Deng Yaping and Qiao Hong, China

TEAM HANDBALL
Men: Croatia
Women: Denmark

TENNIS
M\Singles: Andre Agassi, USA
M\Doubles: Todd Woodbridge and Mark Woodforde, Australia
W\Singles: Lindsay Davenport, USA
W\Doubles: Gigi Fernandez and Mary Joe Fernandez, USA

VOLLEYBALL
M\Indoor: Netherlands
M\Beach: Karch Kiraly and Kent Steffes, USA
W\Indoor: Cuba
W\Beach: Jackie Silva and Sandra Pires, Brazil

WEIGHTLIFTING
54kg: Halil Mutlu, Turkey
59kg: Tang Ningsheng, China
64kg: Naim Suleymanoglu, Turkey
70kg: Zhan Xugang, China
76kg: Pablo Lara, Cuba
83kg: Pyrros Dimas, Greece
91kg: Aleksey Petrov, Russia
99kg: Akakide Kakhiashvilis, Greece
108kg: Timur Taimazov, Ukraine
108kg+: Andrey Chemerkin, Russia

WRESTLING FREESTYLE
48kg: Kim Il, North Korea
52kg: Valentin Jordanov, Bulgaria
57kg: Kendall Cross, USA
62kg: Tom Brands, USA
68kg: Vadim Bogiev, Russia
74kg: Bouvaisa Satiev, Russia
82kg: Khadzhimurad Magomedov, Russia
90kg: Rasul Khadem, Iran
100kg: Kurt Angle, USA
130kg: Mahmut Demir, Turkey

WRESTLING GRECO-ROMAN
48kg: Sim Kwon-Ho, South Korea
52kg: Armen Nazaryan, Armenia
57kg: Yuri Melnichenko, Kazakhstan
62kg: Wlodzimierz Zawadzki, Poland
68kg: Ryszard Wolny, Poland
74kg: Feliberto Ascuy, Cuba
82kg: Hamza Yerlikaya, Turkey
90kg: Vyacheslav Oleynyk, Ukraine
100kg: Andrzej Wronski, Poland
130kg: Alexander Karelin, Russia

YACHTING
X\Laser: Robert Scheidt, Brazil
X\Soling: Germany
X\Star: Torben Grael and Marcello Ferreira, Brazil
X\Tornado: Fernando Leon and Jose Luis Ballester, Spain
M\Finn: Mateusz Kusznierewicz, Poland
M\Mistral: Nikolaos Kaklamanakis, Greece
M\470: Yevhen Braslavets and Ihor Matviyenko, Ukraine
W\Europe: Kristine Roug, Denmark
W\Mistral: Lee Lai-shan, Hong Kong
W\470: Theresa Zabell and Begona Via Dufresne, Spain

26 Sports, 271 events

U
S
A

R
U
S

G
E
R

C
H
N

F
R
A

I
T
A

A
U
S

C
U
B

U
K
R

K
O
R

P
O
L

H
U
N

E
S
P

 

Archery

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

4

Athletics (ALG, BUL, BUR, CAN x2, ECU, ETH x2, FIN, JAM, KEN, NGR, NOR, POR, RSA, SWE, SYR, TCH)

13

3

3

1

3

 

 

 

1

 

1

1

 

44

Badminton (DEN, INA)

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

5

Baseball/Softball

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

2

Basketball

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Boxing (ALG, BUL, KAZ, THA)

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

4

1

 

 

1

 

12

Canoe/Kayak (NOR, SVK, SWE, TCH x3)

 

 

5

 

1

2

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

16

Cycling (NED, SUI)

 

1

1

 

5

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

14

Equestrian (NZL)

 

 

4

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

Fencing (ROM)

 

4

 

 

2

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

Football (NGR)

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Gymnastics (GRE, ROM, SUI)

2

3

1

1

 

1

 

 

4

 

 

 

1

16

Handball (CRO, DEN)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Hockey (NED)

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Judo (BEL, JPN x3, PRK)

 

 

1

1

3

 

 

1

 

2

1

 

 

14

Modern Pentathlon (KAZ)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Rowing (BLR, CAN, DEN, GBR, NED, ROM x2, SUI x2)

 

 

2

 

 

1

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

14

Sailing (BRA x2, DEN, GRE, HKG)

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

1

 

2

10

Shooting (YUG)

1

3

2

2

1

2

2

 

 

 

1

 

 

15

Swimming (Diving, Sync. Swimming & Water Polo) (BEL, CRC, IRE x3, NZL x2, RSA x2)

14

5

 

4

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

3

1

38

Table Tennis

 

 

 

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Tennis

3

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Volleyball (Indoor & Beach) (BRA, NED)

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

4

Weightlifting (GRE x2, TUR x2)

 

2

 

2

 

 

 

1

1

 

 

 

 

10

Wrestling (ARM, BUL, IRI, KAZ, PRK, TUR x2)

3

4

 

 

 

 

 

1

1

1

3

 

 

20

TOTAL

44

26

20

16

15

13

9

9

9

7

7

7

5

271

 

ATLANTA 1996 MEDAL TALLY

Country

G

S

B

TTL

United States

44

32

25

101

Russia

26

21

15

62

Germany

20

18

27

65

China

16

22

12

50

France

15

7

15

37

Italy

13

10

12

35

Australia

9

9

23

41

Cuba

9

8

9

26

Ukraine

9

2

12

23

South Korea

7

15

5

27

Poland

7

5

5

17

Hungary

7

4

10

21

Spain

5

6

6

17

Romania

4

7

9

20

Netherlands

4

5

9

18

Greece

4

4

0

8

Czech Republic

4

3

4

11

Switzerland

4

3

0

7

Denmark

4

1

1

6

Turkey

4

1

1

6

Canada

3

11

8

22

Bulgaria

3

7

5

15

Japan

3

6

5

14

Kazakhstan

3

4

4

11

Brazil

3

3

9

15

New Zealand

3

2

1

6

South Africa

3

1

1

5

Ireland

3

0

1

4

Sweden

2

4

2

8

Norway

2

2

3

7

Belgium

2

2

2

6

Nigeria

2

1

3

6

North Korea

2

1

2

5

Algeria

2

0

1

3

Ethiopia

2

0

1

3

Great Britain

1

8

7

16

Belarus

1

6

8

15

Kenya

1

4

3

8

Jamaica

1

3

2

6

Finland

1

2

1

4

Indonesia

1

1

2

4

Yugoslavia

1

1

2

4

Iran

1

1

1

3

Slovakia

1

1

1

3

Armenia

1

1

0

2

Croatia

1

1

0

2

Portugal

1

0

1

2

Thailand

1

0

1

2

Burundi

1

0

0

1

Costa Rica

1

0

0

1

Ecuador

1

0

0

1

Hong Kong

1

0

0

1

Syria

1

0

0

1

Argentina

0

2

1

3

Namibia

0

2

0

2

Slovenia

0

2

0

2

Austria

0

1

2

3

Malaysia

0

1

1

2

Moldova

0

1

1

2

Uzbekistan

0

1

1

2

AZE, BAH, LAT, PHI, TPE, TON, ZAM

0

1

0

7

Georgia

0

0

2

2

Morocco

0

0

2

2

Trinidad and Tobago

0

0

2

2

IND, ISR, LTU, MEX, MON, MOZ, PUR, TUN, UGA

0

0

1

9

Total

271

273

298

842


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