London Olympics 2012 Medal Count: China Passes Team USA On Day 10

The United States' overall lead int he medal count at the 2012 Summer Olympics was short-lived. China moved back in front on Sunday after 161 of 302 total events, taking a 61-60 overall lead and 30-28 lead in gold medals. A gold-silver finish in the women's 3-meter springboard diving contest continued China's dominance in that area and move the Chinese back in front.

The U.S. won a pair of gold medals on Sunday. Venus and Serena Williams winning in women's doubles tennis. Team USA member Sanya Richards-Ross narrowly edged the field for a win in the women's 400m event in track and field.

Here are the current medal leaders:

1. China, 61 (30 gold, 17 silver, 14 bronze)

2. United States, 60 (28, 14, 18)

3. Great Britain, 37 (16, 11, 10)

4. Russia, 35 (4, 16, 15)

5. Japan, 27 (2, 12, 13)

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