Over 11,000 athletes from 206 countries came out to compete for glory at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The 31st Olympiad features 28 Olympic sports with 306 collections of medals to be awarded.
So far, we’ve witnessed a lot of controversies, injuries, flops and triumphs ahead of the closing ceremony holding on Sunday, August 21 at the Maracanã Stadium.
Nigeria are in the soccer semi-finals after defeating Denmark in the last-eight, and will be facing Germany for a place in the gold medal match.
The Nigerian basketball team, D’Tigers also won their first match at the Rio Olympics by shocking Croatia 90-76 on Saturday, August 13, maintaining a slim chance of qualifying for the quarterfinals.
Mikel Obi Celebrating Goal Against Denmark
Usain Bolt Doing His thing
United States men swimming celebrate medals
On August 11, US swimmer Michael Phelps won his fourth gold of this Olympiad in the finals of men’s 200m individual medley, tallying his total Olympics medals to 28.
Tennis player Andy Murray also won Britain’s 15th Rio gold, as Usain Bolt won a record third 100m title.
Meanwhile Simone Biles, a 19-year-old American, won her first Olympic gold medal in gymnastics.
Check the chart below showing who’s won what so far since the games began on August 5.
See Full Table: