London 2012 Olympics: U.S Second On Day 2 Medal Table

After two days of competition the United State and Chinese appear to once again be the two nations battling for the top of the medal table. China has earned 12 medals so far, and half of those have been gold as the Chinese have won a pair of swimming gold in addition to a diving gold. Their dominance in the pool has also carried over to a silver and a gold in the pool.

A Columbus native did earn a medal on Sunday as Abby Johnston earned a silver in the women's 3-meter synchronized diving competition with partner Kelci Bryant. The duo finished a distant second behind the Chinese team, but held on to second place by over five points against the Canadian team.

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