1.Gunnar Bentz UGA U.S. GOLD MEDAL men’s 4x200m freestyle relay
2.Chase Kalisz UGA U.S. SILVER MEDAL men’s 400m individual medley
3.Allison Schmitt UGA U.S. SILVER MEDAL women’s 4x100m freestyle relay
also U.S. GOLD MEDAL women’s 4×200 freestyle relay
4.Chantal van Landeghem UGA WON BRONZE MEDAL in women’s 4 x 100 meter freestyle relay for Canada
also women’s 100m freestyle individual 5th place semi-finals
5.Amanda Jo Weir Davis Amanda Weir UGA U.S. SILVER MEDAL women’s 4x100m freestyle relay
6.Brittany MacLean UGA came in 5th in Semi-Finals 400 meter women’s freestyle for Canada
also BRONZE MEDAL women’s 4x200m freestyle relay for Canada
7.Melanie Margalis UGA & U.S. 4th in the Finals women’s 200m individual medley
also GOLD MEDAL women’s 4x200m freestyle medley relay
The University of Georgia MEDALS at the 2016 Summer Olympics of 8 including 3 Gold 3 Silver and 2 Bronze Medals would put us at # 11 of 206 nations ahead of Canada with 7 medals and ahead of Spain with 3 medals and ahead of Brazil with 3 medals.
It also is # 1 SEC schools obviously ahead of Florida who has 5 medals. The United States of America leads all nations with the MOST GOLD MOST SILVER and MOST OVERALL MEDALS WITH 38.
We have 29 participating athletes 7 coaches 3 of whom are participants themselves and 15 University of Georgia support staff at Rio for the Olympics 2016 for a grand total of 51 at Rio for the Olympics Officially.
The 14 SEC Schools at the Rio Olympics 2016 so far have 6 Gold 4 Silver and 3 Bronze Medals for a total of 13 of which UGA has 8 including 3 Gold and 3 Silver and 2 Bronze. No SEC school has more Gold Medals than we, no SEC school has as many Silver Medals as we and no SEC school has as many Bronze Medals as The University of Georgia so far.
8.Olivia Smoliga UGA came in 6th in Finals in 100 meter women’s backstroke for U.S at 58.95
9.Jay Litherland UGA came in 5th in Finals 400 meter men’s individual medley for U.S.
10.Brittany Rogers UGA came in 9th in Vault women’s gymnastics for Canada
also 9th in women’s team all-around
11.Javier Acevedo UGA came in 17th in men’s 100 meter backstroke for Canada in qualifying and made semi-finals
12.Matias Koski UGA came in 21st in 200 meter men’s freestyle for Finland
also competed in 400 meter men’s freestyle for Finland
13.Yijun J. Feng UGA Ping-Pong men’s Table Tennis ranked # 271 in the world lost in singles and in men’s team plays Fri August 12 at 6:30 p.m. for U.S. vs Sweden. Competes as Y.J. Feng
14.Alexandra Oquendo All-SEC and All-America at UGA volleyball lost to U.S. for Puerto Rico 0-3, lost to Serbia 0-3, lost to China 0-3. Next plays Fri August 12 at 4:05 p.m. against Netherlands. Then plays Italy Sunday Aug 14 at 2pm
15.Bubba Watson men’s individual golf UGA & U.S. shot 73 day one 2 over Par # 42 but is perched to do well after the rain now
16.Keturah Orji women’s triple jump Sat Aug 13 UGA and The U.S.
17.Leontia Kallenou women’s high jump Thurs Aug 18 UGA and Cyprus
18.Cejhae Greene UGA & Antigua and Barbuda – current – men’s 4×100 meter relay Thurs 8-18, men’s 100 meter Sat 8-13
19.Karl Saluri UGA & Estonia – current – decathlon Wed Aug 17 at 7:30 a.m. There are 206 countries after all
20.Jenny Dahlgren UGA & Argentina hammer throw Fri Aug 12 at 7:40 p.m. listed as Jennifer Dahlgren
21.Charles Grethen UGA & Grand Duchy of Luxembourg 800 meters Fri Aug 12 at 9:10 a.m.
22.Levern Spencer UGA & St. Lucia women’s high jump Thurs 8-18 is 3-time Olympian & country’s flag bearer
23.Shaunae Miller UGA & Bahamas women’s Track 400 meter Sat 8-13, 200 meter Mon 8-15, and 4×400 relay Fri 8-19
24.Hali Flickinger UGA & U.S. 7th in Finals women’s 200m butterfly
25.Maicel Uibo UGA & Estonia Wed Aug 17 men’s decathlon
26.Kendell Williams UGA & U.S. – current – women’s heptathlon Fri Aug 12 with 100 meter hurdles 8:35 a.m., high jump at 9:50 a.m., shot put at 7:35 p.m. and 200 meter at 9:05 p.m.
27.Kibwe Johnson UGA & U.S. track and field men’s hammer throw Wed August 17
28.Lindsay Grogan Paralympics 100% UGA loving life Macon 2 degrees from UGA Para Swimming 400-meter freestyle
29.Jarryd Wallace former UGA 100 meter sprints his second Paralympics 2016 also in Rio Athens Georgia Oconee High where he lettered in track and field and Tennis. In 2007 he signed a Scholarship with The University of Georgia in Track. Current world record holder. Had surgeries February 2010
Florida 5 and Georgia 8 medals won so far.