Liberia has 3 athletes left to compete in the 2012 London Olympics. Phobay Kutu-Akoi ranked 42nd in the 100m. The highest Liberia has ever ranked at an Olympic Game is an equal 9th out of 32 ranks and 34 athletes. This accomplishment was achieved by Liberian boxer Samuel Stewart in the light flyweight division at the 1988 Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, Korea.
As we wait for the final results of Liberia’s remaining athletes, let’s take a look at the current medal results and which countries are leading in Gold Medals. The Top TEN countries currently leading the Olympic games are below.
Four African nations have received medals: South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya and Egypt
For FULL and CURRENT medal updates, CLICK HERE. Don’t forget to visit Mcintosh and Luogon’s page to wish them well as they represent Liberia in the Women’s 400m Hurdle event TOMORROW.