The U.S. has been dominant so far at Rio, leading all countries with 84 medals as of Tuesday night. Second place goes to China with 51. The U.S. also leads in gold medals with 28. The closest to that mark is Great Britain's 19.
It was similar in 2012 when the U.S. led all countries with 103 total medals and 46 golds. China had second place in both categories that year with 88 and 38, respectively. In 2008 the U.S. had the most total medals with 110 to China's 100, but China had 51 golds to the U.S.'s 36.
The streak was broken Monday, but it's not a sign of the U.S. slipping so much as an incredible indication of how well the country has done in the last three Olympics. With Christian Taylor (men's triple jump) and Simon Biles (women's floor) winning gold Tuesday, the streak starts again. Current tally: one.