Bulgaria has an athletic score of 86, same as Denmark in the number 16 spot. They have won 220 total medals across 37 Olympic Games, with the majority of them being silver. Most of their medals have been won in the Summer Games (214 medals), like most other countries.
Belarus has an athletic score of 89, with 6 medals in 2014. It has won 85 total medals across 10 Olympic Games, with the majority of medals being bronze.
Cuba’s athletic score is 99 and it has won 208 total medals across 19 Olympic Games. Most of its medals have been gold, closely followed by bronze.
Jamaica has an athletic score of 105, and it has won no medals in 2014. Its total medals are 67 and Jamaica is also a part of top 20% countries that have won an Olympic medal.
Slovenia’s athletic score is the same as Hungary Ð 106, but it has also won 8 medals in 2014. With a total of 26 medals across 12 Olympic Games, the average of Slovenia is 2.2 per Olympic game.
Hungary has an athletic score of 106 and it hasn’t won any medal in 2014. It has won a total of 482 medals and is also a part of top 5% countries who have won a medal. Across 46 Olympic Games, Hungary’s average is 10.5 medals per Olympic.
Grenada has an athletic score of 110 and it has only won 1 gold medal in the Summer Games. Having participated in 8 Olympic Games, Grenada will not be participating in the Sochi Winter Olympics of 2014.
Tonga’s athletic score is 113 and it has only won 1 silver medal in the Summer Games. It was won in 1996 and Tonga has competed in 8 total Olympic Games.
Sweden has an athletic score of 144, with 15 medals won in 2014. Also a part of top 5% countries who have won a medal, Sweden has 612 total medals. Their average is 13 medals per Olympic and they have participated in 47 Olympics.
Estonia has an athletic score of 167. It has won 40 medals across 19 Olympics, a lot more than average. Most of Estonia’s medals have been bronze, followed by gold.
With an athletic score of 193, British Virgin Islands have no medals in 2014. With only 1 silver medal across 17 Olympics, it is their population of 31,148 people which brings them into the top 5 most athletic countries in the world.
Finland’s athletic score is 194, and they have won 5 medals in 2014. They have 458 medals across 45 Olympics, with an average of 10.2 medals per Olympic Games. Most of Finland’s medals are bronze.
Norway’s athletic score is 213, and it has won 26 medals in 2014 itself. With a total 451 medals in 45 Olympics, Norway has earned the no. 3 spot. Most of its medals are gold, closely followed by silvers.
Bahamas’ athletic score is 254, and you can see the difference between the 2nd most athletic country in the world and the 1st one. With 12 medals in 15 Olympics, Bahamas’ medals have mostly come from the Summer Games.
Their athletic score is 730, head and shoulders above anyone else. With 9 medals in the Olympics so far, Liechtenstein’s average number of medals is still more than others, thanks to its small population size. 56% of its won medals are bronze.