2012 Summer Olympics medal count: China regains the lead over the U.S.
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2012 Summer Olympics medal count: China regains the lead over the U.S.

Shanghai : China | Aug 06, 2012 at 5:50 AM PDT
Source: The Dish Rag
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China regains the lead over the U.S. Over the weekend, the total medal count nearly doubled for the two countries atop the leaderboard, China and the United States. China retook the lead with a total of 61 medals, while the U.S. FULL ARTICLE AT The Dish Rag
 
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