China won 88 medals in the 2012 Olympics.
88 medals - 38 gold, 27 silver, and 23 bronze
The United States received 29 silver medals at the 2012 London Summer Olympics.
China won a total of 88 medals in the London 2012 Olympics.38 Gold, 27 Silver, 23 Bronze
The People's Republic of China won a total of 88 medals in the London 2012 Olympics. The 88 medals comprised of 38 gold medals, 27 silver medals and 23 bronze medals.
The United States won the most Silver medals at the 2012 summer olympics. They achieved 29 silver medals as well as the most gold medals with 46 and the most total medals with 104.
United States won London Olympics 2012 with 46 gold, 29 silver and 29 bronze with a total of 104 medals. It was followed by China.
China won 38 Gold Medal 27 Silver Medals and 23 Bronze Medals for 88 Medals and second place over Russia with 82 medals and less than the USA with 104 medals won
88 total medals
There can be Gold, silver and bronze medals
China stood second in medal count. It won 38 gold, 27 silver and 23 bronze with total 88 medals.
Great Britain won 17 Silver Medals
38 Gold Medals
962 medals including 302 gold medals 304 Silver Medals and 356 bronze medals
Unites States of America won the most no. of silver medals that is 29.
China with 38 gold, 27 silver and 23 bronze with the total of 88 medals.
88 total medals and 38 Gold Medals
20 Gold medals
AT the close of London 2012 Great Britain had won 29 Gold, 17 silver and 19 bronze medals (a total of 65 medals), finishing third in the medal table behind the USA and China.
Total of 304 silver metals were awarded.
With 88 Total Medals China was second behind the USA 104 Medals. With 38 Gold Medals China was second behind the USA with 46 Gold Medals
China won the most medals, securing the top position in the 2012 Olympics.
There are 962 medals that were awarded 302 Gold Medals 304 Silver Medals and 356 Bronze Medals