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2012 Summer Olympics Medal Count: China Leads U.S. 64-63

China leads all nations in the London Olympics medal count with a total of 64; the United States won three medals on Monday to increase their count to 63. No other nation is within even 20 medals of first place -- Russia sits in third with 42 medals, while Great Britain and Japan are fourth and fifth, respectively.

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Here is the current top 10:

1. China (64 total medals)
2. United States (63)
3. Russia (42)
4. Great Britain (40)
5. Japan (28)
6. France (26)
T7. South Korea (22)
T7. Germany (22)
T7. Australia (22)
10. Italy (17)

Two of the United States' medal wins on Monday came in track and field events, while the third came in a men's shooting event.

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