Team GB is punching way above its weight in the Olympics, as shown by an interactive atlas which distorts the size of countries to reflect the number of medals won.
A researcher at the University of St Andrews created a map which displays the distribution of medals at London 2012.
The online atlas continually updates to show how the medals are spread across the globe as well as the number of medals by population.
When countries are reconfigured by population size, Britain swells considerably.
USA, predicted to win the most medals, appears smaller than usual and second-place favourites China shrinks to a fraction of its actual size because of its massive population.
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