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Budapest 2017 (Top Five) top

*Mixed relays NOT included

Ps CNT GD SV BZ Tot
1. USA 7 5 4 16
2. GBR 4 1 2 7
3. CHN 3 0 1 4
4. RUS 2 1 3 6
5. ITA 2 0 2 4
...
14 TOT 20 20 21 61

Medal Table (1973 - 2017) top

*Mixed relays NOT included

Ps Country CNT GD SV BZ TOT
1. United States USA 117 84 49 250
2. Australia AUS 35 26 24 85
3. Hungary HUN 17 13 19 49
4. Great Britain GBR 14 7 23 44
5. China CHN 12 4 9 25
6. Russia (94-  ) RUS 11 16 16 43
7. France FRA 11 13 13 37
8. South Africa RSA 10 5 12 27
9. Italy ITA 8 13 14 35
10. Germany (91-  ) GER 8 12 16 36
11. West Germany (73-86) FRG 8 7 8 23
12. Brazil BRA 8 7 7 22
13. Soviet Union (73-91) URS 7 17 15 39
14. Japan JPN 6 16 15 37
15. East Germany (73-86) GDR 6 8 10 24
16. Canada CAN 5 14 9 28
17. Poland POL 3 7 6 16
18. Sweden SWE 3 5 9 17
19. Ukraine (94-  ) UKR 3 3 5 11
20. Tunisia TUN 2 3 3 8
21. Finland FIN 2 2 1 5
22. Spain ESP 2 1 4 7
23. South Korea KOR 2 - 1 3
24. Netherlands NED 1 9 2 12
25. Serbia (09-  ) CRO 1 1 - 2
26. Belgium BEL 1 - 1 2
27. Surinam SUR 1 - - 1
. Greece GRE 1 - - 1
. Norway NOR 1 - - 1
30. New Zealand NZL - 3 2 5
31. Austria AUT - 3 - 3
32. Croatia (94-  ) CRO - 2 - 2
33. Yugoslavia (73-91) YUG - 1 1 2
. Iceland ISL - 1 1 2
35. Switzerland SUI - 1 - 1
36. Denmark DEN - - 2 2
. Lithuania (94-  ) LTU - - 2 2
. Singapore SGP - - 2 2
39. Puerto Rico PUR - - 1 1
. Romania ROM - - 1 1
. Austria AUT - - 1 1
. Venezuela VEN - - 1 1
. Trinidad & Tobago TRI - - 1 1
. Argentina ARG - - 1 1
 
44 TOTAL . 306 304 307 917

Individual Events Medal Table top

* Relay events are on the columns to the right, but are NOT added to the totals.

Ps Name GD SV BZ Medal Details RG RS RB
1. Michael Phelps, USA 15 5 - 200: 05-07; 100BF: 07-09-11; 200BF: 01-03-07-09-11; 200MD: 03-05-07; 400MD: 03-07 // 200: 09-11; 100BF: 03-05; 200MD: 11 // None 11 1 1
2. Ryan Lochte, USA 10 3 3 07: 200BA; 09: 100MD-200MD; 11: 200-200BA-200MD-400MD; 13: 200BA-200MD; 15: 200MD // 07: 100BA-200MD-400MD // 05: 200BA-200MD; 09: 200BA 7 2 1
3. Sun Yang, CHN 9 2 1 11: 800-1500; 13: 400-800-1500; 15: 400-800; 17: 200-400 // 11: 400; 15: 200 // 09: 1500 - - 2
4. Grant Hackett, AUS 7 5 1 400: 05; 800: 03-05; 1500: 98-01-03-05 // 200: 05; 400: 98-01-03; 800: 01 // 200: 03 3 - 1
5. Aaron Peirsol, USA 7 1 - 100BA: 03-05-07; 200BA: 01-03-05-09 // 200BA: 07 // None 3 1 -
6. Ian Thorpe, AUS 6 1 1 98: 400; 01: 200-400-800; 03: 200-400 // 03: 200MD // 03: 100 5 - -
7. César Cielo Filho, BRA 6 - - 09: 50-100; 11: 50-50BF; 13: 50-50BF // None // None - 1 -
8. Aleksandr Popov, RUS 5 1 - 94: 50-100; 98: 100; 03: 50-100 // 98: 50 // None 1 3 1
9. Michael Gross, FRG 4 3 - 82: 200-200BF; 86: 200-200BF // 82: 100BF; 91: 100BF-200BF // None - 2 2
10. Brendan Hansen, USA 4 2 1 100BR: 05-07; 200BR: 01-05 // 03: 100BR; 07: 50BR // 03: 200BR 2 - -
11. Camille Lacourt, FRA 4 2 - 50BA: 13-15-17; 100BA: 11 // 50BA: 11; 100BA: 15 // None 1 - 1
12. Chad le Clos, RSA 4 1 - 100BF: 13-15; 200BF: 13-17 // 200BF: 15 // None - - -
13. Tamas Darnyi, HUN 4 - 1 86: 200MD-400MD; 91: 200MD-400MD // None // 91: 200BF - - -
14. Vladimir Salnikov, URS 4 - - 78: 400-1500; 82: 400-1500 // None // None - 2 -
. Adam Peaty, GBR 4 - - 50BR: 15-17; 100BR: 15-17 // None // None - 1 -
16. Kosuke Kitajima, JPN 3 3 2 100BR: 03; 200BR: 03-07 // 100BR: 05-07; 200BR: 11 // 01: 200BR; 05: 50BR - 1 3
17. Norbert Rózsa, HUN 3 1 1 91: 100BR; 94: 100BR-200BR // 91: 200BR // 98: 200BR - - 2
. Roland Schoeman, RSA 3 1 1 05: 50-50BF; 07: 50BF // 05: 100 // 01: 50 - - -
19. Andras Hargitai, HUN 3 - 1 73: 400MD; 75: 200MD-400MD // None // 78: 400MD - - -
. David Wilkie, GBR 3 - 1 73: 200BR; 75: 100BR-200BR // None // 73: 200MD - - 1
. Dániel Gyurta, HUN 3 - 1 200BR: 09-11-13 // None // 200BR: 15 - - -
22. Roland Matthes, GDR 3 - - 73: 100BA-200BA; 75: 100BA // None // None - 1 1
. Tim Shaw, USA 3 - - 75: 200-400-1500 // None // None - - -
. Caeleb Dressel, USA 3 - - 17: 50-100-100BF // None // None 2 - -

Until 2001, editions were held every four years (approx.) and there were not 50-meter events for every stroke. So a short-distance especialist has currently up to four more opportunities to win a medal than those who swam 30 years ago. For example, in a 6-year span between 1981 and 1987 there were only two short breast stroke races (100BR: 82-86), while in the same span between 2001 and 2007 there were eight (50BR: 01-03-05-07; 100BR: 01-03-05-07).

Abbreviations top

ABR Event ABR Event ABR Event
FS Freestyle BA Backstroke BR Breaststroke
BF Butterfly MD Medley MX Mixed
__ an underline result stands for World Record

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