US Olympic Medal Tracker: How Many Medals Has Team USA Won?

US Olympic Medal Tracker: How Many Medals Has Team USA Won?
Fact Checked by Jim Tomlin

The Summer Olympics are a time when Americans gather round to watch sports that they might not ordinarily follow, leading to new stars and plenty of extra Virginia sports betting opportunities.

But the first thing many American viewers want to know is: How many US Olympics medals has the team won?

BetVirginia.com is tracking the medals won by Team USA at the Paris 2024 Olympics. This chart includes gold, silver, and bronze, along with medals won by notable individual athletes. We will be updating this when the Paris Summer Games get underway in late July.

Team USA 2024 Olympic Medal Tracker

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The 2024 Paris Olympics run from July 24 to August 11. A few sports have such busy schedules that competition begins before the Opening Ceremonies, which are on July 26.

You can’t bet at Virginia sportsbook apps on which nation will look the sharpest in their uniforms during the ceremony. But the world will be watching as the athletes parade past – this time not in a stadium, but right through the City of Lights, along the Seine River.

How Many Olympic Medals Has Team USA Won?

Gold

Silver

Bronze

1,065

835

738

Total: 2,638

Team USA is the all-time leader among nations for total medals and gold medals won in Summer Olympics competition.

Entering the 2024 Summer Games, the all-time US Olympic medals count is 1,065 gold, 835 silver, 738 bronze for a total haul of 2,638 medals in the Summer Games. That’s according to the official count at Olympics.com, dating from the first modern Games in 1896 at Athens, Greece.

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Individual Athlete Medal Tracker

Athlete

Sport

2024 Paris Olympic Medals 

Simone Biles

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Caeleb Dressel

Swimming

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Katie Ledecky

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Noah Lyles

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Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone

Track and Field

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One of the biggest names to watch for on Team USA is track and field star Noah Lyles. The sprinter graduated from T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Virginia (now called Alexandria City High School).

Lyles, 26, won a bronze medal in the 200 meters at the Tokyo Games in 2021. But expectations for him are much higher for the 2024 Paris Games and he has begun popping up in television commercials as the Olympics get closer. Lyles is ranked No. 1 in the world in the 200 and second in the 100 meters, according to worldathletics.org, and he has won six world championships.

Hurdler Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone is one of the biggest names among American women to watch for in Paris. She won gold medals in the 400-meter hurdles and was part of the winning 4x100 relay at the Tokyo Games.

Gymnast Simone Biles won five medals, four gold, at the Rio Games in 2016 and collected a silver and a bronze in Tokyo. She’s regarded as perhaps the finest female gymnast ever and, at 27, she is seeking more medals in perhaps her final Olympics.

With so much talent in a variety of sports, the United States is a -600 favorite at Caesars Virginia Sportsbook to earn the most gold medals at this summer’s Olympics. But we have not even gotten to what might be America’s most dominant sport in the 2024 Summer Olympics.

Swimmers Katie Ledecky and Caeleb Dressel also seek to lead Team USA to more glory in the Olympic pool. Ledecky absolutely owns women’s distance swimming, having won the past three gold medals in the 800-meter freestyle as well as four other golds. She has picked up 10 total medals and can use Paris to cement her claim as perhaps the greatest female swimmer ever.

Dressel is also a seven-time gold medalist, including five victories at the Tokyo Games: The 50 and 100 free, 100 butterfly, 4x100 free relay and 4x100 medley relay.

Check out our 2024 Olympics betting guide at BetVirgina.com to get ready for the games.

USA Today photo by Kirby Lee

Previous Team USA Summer Olympic Performances

  • Tokyo 2020: 39 gold, 41 silver, 33 bronze = 113 total
  • Rio 2016: 46 gold, 37 silver, 38 bronze = 121 total
  • London 2012: 48 gold, 26 silver, 30 bronze = 104 total
  • Beijing 2008: 36 gold, 39 silver, 37 bronze = 112 total
  • Athens 2004: 36 gold, 39 silver, 26 bronze = 101 total
  • Sydney 2000: 37 gold, 24 silver, 32 bronze = 93 total
  • Atlanta 1996: 44 gold, 32 silver, 25 bronze = 101 total
  • Barcelona 1992: 37 gold, 34 silver, 37 bronze = 108 total
  • Seoul 1988: 36 gold, 31 silver, 27 bronze = 94 total
  • Los Angeles 1984: 83 gold, 61 silver, 30 bronze = 174 total
  • Moscow 1980: Boycott
  • Montreal 1976: 34 gold, 35 silver, 25 bronze = 94 total
  • Munich 1972: 33 gold, 31 silver, 30 bronze = 94 total
  • Mexico City 1968: 45 gold, 28 silver, 34 bronze = 107 total
  • Tokyo 1964: 36 gold, 26 silver, 28 bronze = 90 total
  • Rome 1960: 34 gold, 21 silver, 16 bronze = 71 total
  • Melbourne 1956: 32 gold, 25 silver, 17 bronze = 74 total
  • Helsinki 1952: 40 gold, 19 silver, 17 bronze = 76 total
  • London 1948: 38 gold, 27 silver, 19 bronze = 84 total
  • Berlin 1936: 24 gold, 21 silver, 12 bronze = 57 total
  • Los Angeles 1932: 44 gold, 36 silver, 30 bronze = 110 total
  • Amsterdam 1928: 22 gold, 18 silver, 16 bronze = 56 total
  • Paris 1924: 45 gold, 27 silver, 27 bronze = 99 total
  • Antwerp 1920: 41 gold, 27 silver, 27 bronze = 95 total
  • Stockholm 1912: 26 gold, 19 silver, 19 bronze = 64 total
  • London 1908: 23 gold, 12 silver, 12 bronze = 47 total
  • St. Louis 1904: 76 gold, 78 silver, 77 bronze = 231 total
  • Paris 1900: 19 gold, 14 silver, 15 bronze = 48 total
  • Athens 1896: 11 gold, 7 silver, 2 bronze = 20 total
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Jim Tomlin has nearly 30 years of experience in journalism, having worked at such publications as the Tampa Bay Times, FanRag, Saturdays Down South and Saturday Tradition. He is a contributing writer and editor for BetVirginia.com.

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