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This is how the list of medals was in the previous Olympics, did your country perform better or worse in Tokyo?

This is how the list of medals was in the previous Olympics, did your country perform better or worse in Tokyo?

(CNN Español) – These Olympics have left stories of self-overcoming, self-care and compassion, and rays of lights amid a ferocious pandemic that show no signs of slowing down.

Some Latin American countries had dominant participation in these games, while others struggled a bit more to make it to the Olympic medal table.

Here we show you how the medal table for the countries in the region was in Tokyo 2020, as well as how Latin American athletes performed at the recent games in Rio 2016, London 2012, Beijing 2008 and Athens 2004.

Tokyo 2020

This is the method used by the file Table of Olympic medals among Latin American countries.

Argentina

  • 0 air
  • 1 silver (hockey)
  • 2 bronze (rugby 7, men’s volleyball)
  • sum: 3

Ignacio Mendy and Gaston Revol celebrate Argentina’s victory over Great Britain in rugby, for which the Argentines took the bronze, the country’s first medal in Tokyo 2020 (Photo by Dan Mullane/Getty Images)

Bolivia

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Brazil

  • 7 gold (men’s surfing, women’s pony jumping, artistic gymnastics, 49er FX windsurfing, women’s 10km open water swimming, men’s middleweight boxing 67-75kg, men’s soccer, men’s singles 1000m)
  • 6 silvers (2 in skating street, individual competition for artistic gymnastics, skate park, women’s volleyball, lightweight boxing)
  • 8 bronze (judo-66kg, 200m freestyle, judo -78kg, women’s doubles, 50m freestyle, 400m hurdles athletics, pole athletics, men’s heavyweight boxing)
  • sum: 21

Chile

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Colombia

  • 0 air
  • 4 Silvers (Weightlifting -67kg, Women’s Speedway, Athletics 400m, Walking 20km)
  • 1 bronze (men’s BMX race)
  • sum: 5

Colombia’s Anthony Jose Zambrano celebrates winning the silver medal in the 400m dash. (Photo: Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

Costa Rica

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0
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Cuba

  • 7 gold (Greco-Roman 130kg, Greco-Roman 60kg, C2 rowing at 1000m, featherweight, welterweight, lightweight boxing, lightweight boxing)
  • 3 Silvers (Judo +78 kg, Athletics Long Jump, 25m Shooting, Men’s Quick Shooting Pistol)
  • 5 Bronze (men’s taekwondo +80kg, men’s athletics, men’s long jump, women’s discus, men’s featherweight boxing, men’s wrestling 97kg)
  • sum: 15th

Cuban welterweight Ronel Iglesias won his second Olympic gold on Tuesday, his first title at the Tokyo Cuban Boxing Games. (Photo: Luis Rubio – Pool/Getty Images)

Ecuador

  • 2 gold (road bikes, weightlifting 76kg)
  • 1 flat (lifting 87 kg)
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 3

Niesi Patricia Dagomes Parreira of Ecuador poses with her gold medal on the podium after the women’s 76kg weightlifting competition during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, at the Tokyo International Forum on August 1, 2021 (Photo: LUIS ACOSTA / AFP via Getty Images)

savior

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Guatemala

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Honduras

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Mexico

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 4 Bronzes (10m synchronized platform jumps, mixed team shooting, 76kg weightlifting, soccer)
  • sum: 4
Medal of Mexico nailed

Mexico’s Alejandra Orozco (left) and Gabriela Agündez won the bronze medal in synchronized diving. (Photo: ATTILA KISBENEDEK/AFP via Getty Images)

Nicaragua

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Panama

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Paraguay

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Peru

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Puerto Rico

  • 1 gold (women’s 100m hurdles athletics)
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 1

Jasmine Camacho Quinn of Puerto Rico celebrates after winning the gold in the 100m hurdles final in Tokyo 2020 (Martin Meissner/AP)

Dominican Republic

  • 0 air
  • 3 silver (weightlifting 81kg, mixed relay track 4x400m, women’s 400m track and field)
  • 2 bronze (women’s 87kg weightlifting, baseball)
  • sum: 5

Chrismary medalist Dominga Santana Bigero of Team Dominican Republic poses with the bronze medal during the weightlifting ceremony. (Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

Uruguay

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0
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Venezuela

  • 1 gold (triple jump with world record included)
  • 3 Silvers (73kg Weightlifting, 96kg Weightlifting, BMX Freestyle Park)
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 4
Yulimar Rojas,

Venezuela’s Yulimar Rojas, the world record holder in the triple jump.

Rio 2016

Argentina

  • 3 air
  • 1 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 4

Bolivia

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Brazil

  • 7 air
  • 6 push
  • 6 bronze
  • sum: 19

Chile

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Colombia

  • 3 air
  • 2 payment
  • 3 bronze
  • sum: 8

Costa Rica

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Cuba

  • 5 air
  • 2 payment
  • 4 bronze
  • sum: 11

Ecuador

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

savior

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Guatemala

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Honduras

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Mexico

  • 0 air
  • 3 Payment
  • 2 bronze
  • sum: 5

Nicaragua

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Panama

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Paraguay

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Peru

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Puerto Rico

  • 1 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 1

Dominican Republic

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 1 bronze
  • sum: 1

Uruguay

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Venezuela

  • 0 air
  • 2 payment
  • 1 bronze
  • sum: 3
8 amazing records in Tokyo 2020 1:06

London 2012

Argentina

  • 1 air
  • 1 batch
  • 2 bronze
  • sum: 4

Bolivia

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Brazil

  • 3 air
  • 5 push
  • 9 bronze
  • sum: 17

Chile

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Colombia

  • 1 air
  • 3 Payment
  • 4 bronze
  • sum: 8

Costa Rica

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Cuba

  • 5 air
  • 3 Payment
  • 7 bronze
  • sum: 15th

Ecuador

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

savior

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Guatemala

  • 0 air
  • 1 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 1

Honduras

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Mexico

  • 1 air
  • 3 Payment
  • 4 bronze
  • sum: 8

Nicaragua

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Panama

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Paraguay

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Peru

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Puerto Rico

  • 0 air
  • 1 batch
  • 1 bronze
  • sum: 2

Dominican Republic

  • 1 air
  • 1 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 2

Uruguay

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Venezuela

  • 1 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 1
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Beijing 2008

Argentina

  • 2 air
  • 0 batch
  • 4 bronze
  • sum: 6
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Bolivia

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Brazil

  • 3 air
  • 4 payment
  • 10 Bronze
  • sum: 17

Chile

  • 0 air
  • 1 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 1

Colombia

  • 0 air
  • 2 payment
  • 1 bronze
  • sum: 3

Costa Rica

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Cuba

  • 3 air
  • 10 payment
  • 17 bronze
  • sum: 30

Ecuador

  • 0 air
  • 1 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 1

savior

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Guatemala

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Honduras

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Mexico

  • 2 air
  • 0 batch
  • 2 bronze
  • sum: 4

Nicaragua

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Panama

  • 1 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 1

Paraguay

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Peru

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Puerto Rico

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Dominican Republic

  • 1 air
  • 1 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 2

Uruguay

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Venezuela

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 1 bronze
  • sum: 1
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Athens 2004

Argentina

  • 2 air
  • 0 batch
  • 4 bronze
  • sum: 6

Bolivia

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Brazil

  • 5 air
  • 2 payment
  • 3 bronze
  • sum: 10

Chile

  • 2 air
  • 0 batch
  • 1 bronze
  • sum: 3

Colombia

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 2 bronze
  • sum: 2

Costa Rica

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Cuba

  • 9 air
  • 7 payment
  • 11 bronze
  • sum: 27

Ecuador

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

savior

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Guatemala

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Honduras

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Mexico

  • 0 air
  • 3 Payment
  • 1 bronze
  • sum: 4

Nicaragua

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Panama

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Paraguay

  • 0 air
  • 1 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 1

Peru

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Puerto Rico

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Dominican Republic

  • 1 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 1

Uruguay

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 0 bronze
  • sum: 0

Venezuela

  • 0 air
  • 0 batch
  • 2 bronze
  • sum: 2