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We've completed five days at the London Olympics and the United States is still trying to chase down China for the overall medal count. China has 30 medals, 19 of them gold. The U.S. has 29 medals -- 12 gold, 8 silver and 9 bronze. Lynx star Lindsay Whalen led the U.S. basketball team over Turkey.
We're through with two days at the London Olympics and the United States is in second place in the overall medal count. China leads with 12 medals, six of which are gold. The U.S. has 11 total medals, but only three have been gold. One highlight: Golden Gophers' diver Kelci Bryant and her partner Abby Johnston won silver medals in synchronized diving.
The United States has stretched out its overall lead in the medal count to 10 at the London Olympics. The U.S. has 39 gold, 25 silver and 26 bronze for a total of 90 medals. China remains in second place with a total of 80 medals, 37 of which are gold. Usain Bolt was once again a blur in the 200 meter dash.
After 11 days of competition at the London Olympics, the United States sits in second place of the overall medal count with a total of 63. U.S. athletes have won 29 gold, 15 silver and 19 bronze. China remains in first place with 64 medals, 31 of which are gold.