ByJoshua Molina, writer at Creators.co
Award-winning journalist. Covers mixed martial arts and professional wrestling and the convergence of the two industries.
Joshua Molina

Before we know it the Rio Olympics will be over. The Olympics will hand out 2102 medals in total, and already 126 of those have been given out.

As of the end of Monday, the United States is currently leading the pack with 19 medals. 14 of those have been in swimming, including yet another gold for Michael Phelps, and a world record breaking finish by Katie Ledecky. Another two medals, one gold and one bronze, came in shooting, and the remaining three were silvers in archery, fencing, and diving.

You can see the full medal count rankings below, and here's a link to all the medals, by sport:

1. United States: 19 medals, 5 gold, 7 silver, 7 bronze

2. China: 13 medals, 5 gold, 3 silver, 5 bronze

3. Japan: 10 medals, 3 gold, 7 bronze

4. Russia: 10 medals, 2 gold, 5 silver, 3 bronze

5. Italy: 9 medals, 3 gold, 4 silver, 2 bronze

6. Australia: 7 medals, 4 gold, 3 silver

7. South Korea: 5 medals, 2 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze

8. Thailand: 4 medals, 2 gold, 1 gold, 1 gold

9. Great Britain: 4 medals, 1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze

10. Canada: 4 medals, 1 silver, 3 bronze

11. Hungary: 3 medals, 3 gold

12. Chinese Taipei: 3 medals, 1 gold, 2 silver

13. Kazahkstan: 3 medals, 1 silver, 2 bronze

14. Brazil: 2 medals, 1 gold, 1 silver

15. Sweden: 2 medals, 1 gold, 1 silver

16. Belgium: 2 medals, 1 gold, 1 silver

17. Indonesia: 2 medals, 2 silver

18. New Zealand: 2 medals, 2 silver

19. South Africa: 2 medals, 2 silver

20. Ukraine: 2 medals, 1 silver, 1 bronze

21. Uzbekistan: 2 medals, 2 bronze

22. Argentina: 1 medal, 1 gold

23. Colombia: 1 medal, 1 gold

24. Croatia: 1 medal, 1 gold

25. Kosovo: 1 medal, 1 gold

26. Netherlands: 1 medal, 1 gold

27. Vietnam: 1 medal, 1 gold

28. Azerbaijan: 1 medal, 1 silver

29. Denmark: 1 medal, 1 silver

30. France: 1 medal, 1 silver

31. Mongolia: 1 medal, 1 silver

32. Philippines: 1 medal, 1 silver

33. North Korea: 1 medal, 1 silver

34. Spain: 1 medal, 1 bronze

35. Georgia: 1 medal, 1 bronze

36. Greece: 1 medal, 1 bronze

37. Poland: 1 medal, 1 bronze

38. Portugal: 1 medal, 1 bronze