近代オリンピックでの国・地域別メダル総獲得数一覧とは?

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近代オリンピックでの国・地域別メダル総獲得数一覧

出典: フリー百科事典『ウィキペディア(Wikipedia)』 (2014/03/27 05:21 UTC 版)

近代オリンピックでの国・地域別メダル総獲得数一覧では1896年第1回アテネ夏季大会から2014年第22回ソチ冬季大会までの近代オリンピックでのメダル総獲得数を一覧にしている。




  1. ^ Combined team of athletes from Australia (AUS) and New Zealand (NZL) that competed together at the 1908 and 1912 Games. These medals are not also counted with those nations' totals.
  2. ^ Does not include medals won as part of the combined Australasia team (ANZ) with New Zealand at the 1908 and 1912 Games.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Does not include medals won as part of mixed teams with athletes from other nations (1896–1904).
  4. ^ Does not include medals won by Barbadian athletes competing for the British West Indies (BWI) in the 1960 Summer Olympics.
  5. ^ Competed 1900–1912. Totals not combined with those of Czechoslovakia (TCH) or the Czech Republic (CZE).
  6. ^ Competed in 1960. Totals not combined with those of Barbados (BAR), Jamaica (JAM) or Trinidad and Tobago (TRI).
  7. ^ Does not include totals of Chinese Taipei (TPE) or Hong Kong (HKG).
  8. ^ Includes medals won by athletes competing as Taiwan (TAI, 1960–1964) and the Republic of China (ROC, 1968–1972) before the Chinese Taipei name was first used in 1984. Participation of the Republic of China, representing all of China, in 1932, 1936 and 1948(including Taiwan), Games are counted in Taiwan's participation total.
  9. ^ Does not include medals won by Bohemia (BOH, 1900–1912) nor by Czechoslovakia (TCH, 1920–1992).
  10. ^ Competed 1920–1992. Does not include medals won by Bohemia (BOH, 1900–1912) nor by the Czech Republic (CZE) or Slovakia (SVK) (1994–current).
  11. ^ Includes medals won as the United Arab Republic (UAR, 1960–1968).
  12. ^ Competed 1896–1952 and 1992–current. Does not include the totals from the United Team of Germany (EUA, 1956–1964) nor the 1968–1988 totals of East Germany (GDR) or West Germany (FRG).
  13. ^ a b Competed 1968–1988. Totals not combined with those of Germany (GER).
  14. ^ Team competed from 1956–1964, composed of athletes from both East Germany (GDR) and West Germany (FRG). Totals not combined with those of Germany (GER).
  15. ^ Includes medals won by athletes from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1896–1920) and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1924-present), both of which used the name "Great Britain" and the country code GBR.
  16. ^ Includes all medals won by athletes representing the Hong Kong National Olympic Committee, designated as 香港の旗 香港 from 1952–1996 and 香港の旗 香港 since 2000.
  17. ^ Does not include medals won by Jamaican athletes competing for the British West Indies (BWI) in the 1960 Summer Olympics.
  18. ^ Does not include the gold medal won by Michel Théato at the 1900 Summer Olympics, which the IOC attributes to France.
  19. ^ Does not include medals won as part of the combined Australasia team (ANZ) with Australia at the 1908 and 1912 Games.
  20. ^ Includes medals won by athletes from the Russian Empire (1900–1912) and the Russian Federation (1994–current), both of which used the country code RUS. Totals not combined with those of the Soviet Union (URS).
  21. ^ Does not include medals won by athletes from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (YUG, 1996–2000).
  22. ^ Competed 1952–1988. Does not include the totals from the Unified Team (EUN, 1992), nor the totals from pre- and post-Soviet republics (RUS, UKR, etc.).
  23. ^ Team of several Commonwealth of Independent States nations that competed together in 1992 after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Totals not combined with those of the Soviet Union (URS).
  24. ^ Includes medal won as Ceylon (CEY, 1948–1972).
  25. ^ Does not include medals won by Trinidadian athletes competing for the British West Indies (BWI) in the 1960 Summer Olympics.
  26. ^ Includes medals won by athletes from the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1920–1936), Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1948–1992 Winter) and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1996–2000), all of which used the designation "Yugoslavia" and the country code YUG. Does not include medals won by any ex-Yugoslavian nations that have won medals since 1992 (Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, and also by former State Union of Serbia and Montenegro (SCG, 2002–2006)). Also does not include medals won by Yugoslav athletes competing as Independent Olympic Participants at the 1992 Summer Olympics (IOP).
  27. ^ Individual Yugoslav athletes taking part in the 1992 Summer Olympics because Yugoslavia was under UN sanctions. Totals not combined with those of Yugoslavia (YUG).
  28. ^ Special code used by the IOC to refer to medals won by athletes of multiple nations competing together, which was common in early Games (1896–1904). These medals are not included in the respective totals for each nation represented by individual mixed team athletes.


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