The U.S. finished the Rio Games with 51 more medals than China, finishing with 121 total medals, 46 of which were gold. On Sunday, the U.S. men's basketball team won its third straight gold, while Kyle Snyder became the youngest American wrestling Olympic champion and the men's volleyball team added a bronze.
Claressa Shields became the first U.S. boxer, male or female, to winn back-to-back gold medals in boxing.
American Gaken Rupp won the Bronze medal in the marathon. It was Rupp's second marathon race.
Athletes from Jordon, Fiji and Kosovo won the first Gold medals for those countries during the Rio Olympics.
Here is a a list of all Day 16 U.S. medal winners:
Claressa Shields, Women's middle 75kg (boxing)
Kyle Snyder, Men's freestyle 97kg (wrestling)
Galen Rupp, Men's marathon
The final Top Ten countries are:
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