2012 Summer Olympics - Monday Preview, Medal Count

The United States is scraping near the top of the medal count standings going into Monday, with 11 medals to their names. Only China has more, due to an early run in Saturday's events, with 12.

Monday will give the U.S. a good chance to boost themselves up in the medal counts with plenty of swimming on the docket, an event that the Americans have been great at recently. They're currently down a bunch in the race for the most Gold medals as well, so that should hopefully help them grab more than just another batch of Silver.


RELATED: Sports Illustrated Medal Tracker


Here's a list of all of the events on Monday:

  • Men's 10m synchronized platform (diving)
  • Women's individual epee (fencing)
  • Men's team final (gymnastics)
  • Women's 57 kg (judo)
  • Women's 73 kg (judo)
  • Women's 10m air pistol/women's skeet final
  • Men's 200m freestyle (swimming)
  • Men's 100m backstroke (swimming)
  • Women's 100m backstroke (swimming)
  • Women's 100m breaststroke (swimming)
  • Women's 58 kg (weightlifting)
  • Men's 62 kg (weightlifting)
  • For more Olympic coverages of local athletes, stay right here with SB Nation Cleveland. For more news and analysis on the Summer Games from London, head over to SB Nation's Olympics hub.

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