With only 67 of the 302 scheduled events at the 2012 London Games left to be decided, the United States owns a significant lead on the rest of the world in total medals through 14 days of competition.
Furthering the trend it set on a productive Thursday from London, Team USA added four more medals to its total on Friday, including a pair of golds from wrestler Jordan Burroughs in the men's 74kg freestyle event and the women's 4x100m relay team.
The United States also picked up a second place finish in the men's 4x400m relay, and rounded out the day with a bronze medal from Paige McPherson in a hotly-contested women's welterweight taekwondo. But with a 13-medal lead on China and plenty of chances for medals remaining before the games conclude, it might take a massive collapse for the United States to cough up its lead at this point.
Here are the top five leaders in the latest medal count:
1. United States, 94 (41 gold, 26 silver, 27 bronze)
2. China, 81 (37 gold, 25 silver, 19 bronze)
3. Russia, 63 (15 gold, 21 silver, 27 bronze)
4. Great Britain, 57 (25 gold, 15 silver, 17 bronze)
5. Germany, 42 (10 gold, 18 silver, 14 bronze)