List of Olympic game Cities

Olympic Game Host Cities Since 1896

Summer Olympic Games Sites

1896 – Athens, Greece
1900 – Paris, France
1904 – St. Louis, United States
1908 – London, United Kingdom
1912 – Stockholm, Sweden
1916 – Scheduled for Berlin, Germany (Canceled due World War I)
1920 – Antwerp, Belgium
1924 – Paris, France
1928 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
1932 – Los Angeles, United States
1936 – Berlin, Germany
1940 – Scheduled for Tokyo, Japan (Canceled due World War II)
1944 – Scheduled for London, United Kingdom (Canceled due World War II)
1948 – London, United Kingdom
1952 – Helsinki, Finland
1956 – Melbourne, Australia
1960 – Rome, Italy
1964 – Tokyo, Japan
1968 – Mexico City, Mexico
1972 – Munich, West Germany (now Germany)
1976 – Montreal, Canada
1980 – Moscow, U.S.S.R. (now Russia)
1984 – Los Angeles, United States
1988 – Seoul, South Korea
1992 – Barcelona, Spain
1996 – Atlanta, United States
2000 – Sydney, Australia
2004 – Athens, Greece
2008 – Beijing, China
2012 – London, United Kingdom
2016 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2020 – Tokyo, Japan

Winter Olympic Games Sites

1924 – Chamonix, France
1928 – St. Moritz, Switzerland
1932 – Lake Placid, N.Y., United States
1936 – Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
1940 – Scheduled for Sapporo, Japan(Canceled due World War II)
1944 – Scheduled for Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy(Canceled due World War II)
1948 – St. Moritz, Switzerland
1952 – Oslo, Norway
1956 – Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy
1960 – Squaw Valley, California, United States
1964 – Innsbruck, Austria
1968 – Grenoble, France
1972 – Sapporo, Japan
1976 – Innsbruck, Austria
1980 – Lake Placid, New York, United States
1984 – Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (now Bosnia and Herzegovina)
1988 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada
1992 – Albertville, France
1994 – Lillehammer, Norway
1998 – Nagano, Japan
2002 – Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
2006 – Torino (Turin), Italy
2010 – Vancouver, Canada
2014 – Sochi, Russia
2018 – Pyeongchang, South Korea
2022 – Beijing, China

Photo by Agberto Guimaraes

Ranking of medals in the Olympic games from 1896 to 2014*

Ranking of medals from 1896 to 2014

*Sum of gold, silver and bronze medals including Summer and Winter Olympic Games

  1. United States – 2681
  2. Soviet Union – 1204
  3. Great Britain – 806
  4. Germany – 782
  5. France – 780
  6. Italy – 663
  7. Sweden – 627
  8. China – 526
  9. East Germany – 519
  10. Russia – 519
  11. Hungary – 482
  12. Australia- 480
  13. Norway – 477
  14. Finland – 463
  15. Canada – 449
  16. Japan – 443
  17. Netherlands – 376
  18. Switzerland – 323
  19. Austria – 304
  20. Romania – 302
  21. South Korea – 296
  22. Poland – 291
  23. West Germany – 243
  24. Bulgaria – 220
  25. Cuba – 209
  26. Denmark – 180
  27. Czechoslovakia – 168
  28. Belgium – 147
  29. United Team of Germany – 137
  30. Unified Team – 135
  31. Spain – 133
  32. Ukraine – 122
  33. Greece – 111
  34. Brazil – 108
  35. New Zealand- 100
  36. Belarus – 90
  37. Yugoslavia – 87
  38. Turkey – 86
  39. Kenya – 86
  40. South Africa – 76
  41. Argentina – 70
  42. Czech Republic – 68
  43. Jamaica – 67
  44. Mexico – 62
  45. Iran – 60
  46. Kazakhstan – 59
  47. North Korea – 49
  48. Ethiopia – 45
  49. Estonia – 40
  50. Croatia – 34
  51. Slovenia – 34
  52. Ireland – 29
  53. Slovakia – 29
  54. Indonesia – 27
  55. India – 26
  56. Egypt – 26
  57. Azerbaijan – 26
  58. Latvia – 26
  59. Georgia – 25
  60. Thailand – 24
  61. Mongolia – 24
  62. Portugal – 23
  63. Nigeria – 23
  64. Morocco – 22
  65. Lithuania – 21
  66. Uzbekistan – 21
  67. Chinese Taipei – 19
  68. Colombia – 19
  69. Trinidad and Tobago – 18
  70. Mixed team – 17
  71. Algeria – 15
  72. Chile – 13
  73. Bahamas – 12
  74. Australasia- 12
  75. Venezuela – 12
  76. Armenia – 12
  77. Pakistan – 10
  78. Tunisia – 10
  79. Uruguay – 10
  80. Serbia and Montenegro – 9
  81. Liechtenstein – 9
  82. Philippines – 9
  83. Zimbabwe – 8
  84. Russian Empire – 8
  85. Puerto Rico – 8
  86. Uganda – 7
  87. Israel – 7
  88. Serbia – 7
  89. Moldova – 7
  90. Dominican Republic – 6
  91. Malaysia – 6
  92. Cameroon – 5
  93. Costa Rica – 4
  94. Luxembourg – 4
  95. Peru – 4
  96. Bohemia – 4
  97. Ghana – 4
  98. Iceland – 4
  99. Lebanon – 4
  100. Namibia – 4
  101. Qatar – 4
  102. Singapore – 4
  103. Hong Kong – 3
  104. Panama – 3
  105. Syria – 3
  106. Kyrgyzstan – 3
  107. Saudi Arabia – 3
  108. Tajikistan – 3
  109. Independent Olympic Participants – 3
  110. Ecuador – 2
  111. Mozambique – 2
  112. Suriname – 2
  113. Afghanistan – 2
  114. British West Indies – 2
  115. Haiti – 2
  116. Kuwait – 2
  117. Sri Lanka – 2
  118. Tanzania – 2
  119. Vietnam – 2
  120. Zambia – 2
  121. Burundi – 1
  122. Grenada – 1
  123. United Arab Emirates – 1
  124. Bahrain – 1
  125. Barbados – 1
  126. Bermuda – 1
  127. Botswana – 1
  128. Ivory Coast- 1
  129. Cyprus – 1
  130. Djibouti – 1
  131. Eritrea – 1
  132. Gabon – 1
  133. Guatemala – 1
  134. Guyana – 1
  135. Iraq – 1
  136. Macedonia – 1
  137. Mauritius – 1
  138. Montenegro – 1
  139. Netherlands Antilles – 1
  140. Niger – 1
  141. Paraguay – 1
  142. Senegal – 1
  143. Sudan – 1
  144. Togo – 1
  145. Tonga – 1
  146. Virgin Islands – 1

Photo by Agberto Guimaraes