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2016 Summer Olympics: Here's the final medal count from Rio

The United States' team pose with their gold medals for men's basketball at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016. (Eric Gay/AP Photo)

The 2016 Summer Olympics concluded Sunday night in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as some of the final medals were awarded during the closing ceremony.

Speaking of medals, the U.S. finished with a record-breaking 121 total after the final day, Day 16 on Sunday. Here's how they were won:

U.S. MEDAL COUNT BY SPORT

Swimming
Gold: 16, Silver: 8, Bronze: 9, Total: 33

Track and Field
Gold: 13, Silver: 10, Bronze: 9, Total: 32

Gymnastics
Gold: 4, Silver: 6, Bronze: 2, Total: 12

Fencing
Silver: 2, Bronze: 2, Total: 4

Wrestling
Gold: 2, Bronze: 1, Total: 3

Cycling
Gold: 1, Silver: 2, Total: 3

Boxing
Gold: 1, Silver: 1, Bronze: 1, Total: 3

Tennis
Gold: 1, Silver: 1, Bronze: 1, Total: 3

Shooting
Gold: 1, Bronze: 2, Total: 3

Diving
Silver: 2, Bronze: 1, Total: 3

Equestrian
Silver: 1, Bronze: 2, Total: 3

Volleyball
Bronze: 3

Basketball
Gold: 2

Judo
Gold: 1, Silver: 1, Total: 2

Rowing
Gold: 1, Silver: 1, Total: 2

Archery
Silver: 1, Bronze: 1, Total: 2

BMX
Gold: 1, Silver: 1, Total: 2

Triathlon
Gold: 1

Water Polo
Gold: 1

Golf
Bronze: 1

Weightlifting
Bronze: 1

Sailing
Bronze: 1

Taekwondo
Bronze: 1

See the full breakdown, including athlete names, on Team USA's site.

Those medals put the United States on top. Here are the 10 countries with the most medals this year.

MEDAL COUNT BY COUNTRY:
1. United States
Gold: 46, Silver: 37, Bronze: 38, Total: 121

2. China
Gold: 26, Silver: 18, Bronze: 26, Total: 70

3. Great Britain
Gold: 27, Silver: 23, Bronze: 17, Total: 67

4. Russia
Gold: 19, Silver: 18, Bronze: 19, Total: 56

5. Germany
Gold: 17, Silver: 10, Bronze: 15, Total: 42

6. France
Gold: 10, Silver: 18, Bronze: 14, Total: 42

7. Japan
Gold: 12, Silver: 8, Bronze: 21, Total: 41

8. Australia
Gold: 8, Silver: 11, Bronze: 10, Total: 29

9. Italy
Gold: 8, Silver: 12, Bronze: 8, Total 28

10. Canada
Gold: 4, Silver: 3, Bronze: 15, Total: 22

See every country's medal count in ESPN's breakdown.his yea

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