Medals are not always won by athletes for the same nation. On the one hand nations are changed by athletes, on the other hand sometimes the states change. So far, only 17 athletes have managed to win medals after a change of citizenship.

The following cases of successor states are not included in the list below:
Soviet Union - Commonwealth of Independent States - Russia and other successor states
Germany - Federal Republic of Germany - German Democratic Republic - Germany
Yugoslavia - Independent Olympians - Successor States
Serbia-Montenegro - Serbia
Czechoslovakia - Czech Republic - Slovakia
Athletes who competed in teams with mixed nationalities in the early days of the Olympic Games.
Independent / Individual participants
Brianne McLaughlin
USA CAN
1
1
2
Viktor (2014) Hyun-Soo (2006) Ahn
KOR RUS
6
2
8
Mia Audina
INA NED
2
2
Armen Nazaryan
ARM BUL
2
1
3
Osanka Chusovitina
EUN GER
1
1
2
Dorzhsuren Munkhbayar
MON GER
2
2
Katrin Borchert
GER AUS
1
2
3
Bart Veldkamp
NED BEL
1
2
3
Stefan Botev
BUL AUS
2
2
Akakide Kakhiashvilis
EUN GRE
3
3
Jing Chen
CHN TPE
1
2
1
4
Nikolai Juravschi
URS MDA
2
1
3
Josefa Idem Guerrini
FRG ITA
1
2
2
5
Rod Davis
USA NZL
1
1
2
Angelo Parisi
GBR FRA
1
2
1
4
Hans Fogh
DEN CAN
1
1
2
Róbert Zimonyi
HUN USA
1
1
2

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Language
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Method of valuation
LEX
NAM
Lexicographical order: G - S - B
North American order: Total medals
Germany
combined
seperated
BRD and DDR with germany as one nation
Germany, BRD and the DDR as single nations
Russia
combined
seperated
Soviet Union and the Commonwealth of Independent States with Russia as one nation
Russia, Soviet Unio and the Commonwealth of Independent States as single nations
1906
included
excludes
Achievements of the Intercalated Games 1906 in Athens in the rating included
Scoring without the successes of the Intercalated Games 1906 in Athens

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