Here we give you the records made in Olympics almost impossible to break
The Tokyo Olympics 2020 will start from 23 July.
- Michael Phelps’ 23 gold medals
The legendary swimmer, Michael Phelps, has won a staggering 23 gold medals in the global event. In total, Phelps has won 28 Olympic medals.
- China’s enormous table tennis medals
China has dominated the the game of tennis since its introduction in 1988. The nation has won a total of 53 medals in the sport, including 28 gold, 17 silver, and 8 bronze.
- Ian Millar’s record appearances
Canadian equestrian Ian Millar has an Olympic record of appearing 10 times in Summer Games. His first appearance at the Olympics was in the 1972 Berlin Games and his final appearance was in the 2012 London Games.
- Marjorie Gestring’s gold medal at just 13
American diver Marjorie Gestring was just 13 years old when she won gold in the three-meter springboard.
- USA’s domination
The United States of America has won a total of 2,523 medals, which includes 1,022 gold medals, 795 silver, and 709 bronze. Notably, at the 1904 Olympics, the nation sealed record 239 medals.