The Rio Olympics has been dominated by the United States, Great Britain and China, which between them claimed 99 golds and a total of 258 medals throughout the Games.
The United States finished the Olympics at the top of the medal table, with Great Britain beating China for second place.
But what happens when we consider other factors, such as countries’ population size and GDP, to level the playing field?
With one gold and two bronze medals, Chinese Taipei comes top for medals compared to its GDP. It has won a rate of 273 medals and 91 golds per $100bn GDP, Georgia comes 4th, 50,12 medals per $100bn GDP.
Azerbaijan is the most efficient team for medals per athlete
When it comes to the size of the teams each country has taken to Rio, Azerbaijan emerges as the most efficient team.