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In 2008, China won one gold medal for every 25 million people in the country, but the U.S. won a gold medal for every 8.5 million. Jamaica, however, won six gold medals, one for every 450,000 citizens, which represent nearly half of the 13 medals it was won overall. And most of that is due to superstar runner Usain Bolt. He became the first runner to win the 100 meters, the 200 meters and the 4x100 meters relay at a single Olympics since Carl Lewis in 1984 and the first to set records in all three.
What country’s Kalenjin tribes have helped it dominate middle- and long-distance track events?
Previous answer: Kim Kardashian is the female Kim.
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