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1 Parabola Volume 36, Issue 3 (2000) WHO WON THE SYDNEY 2000 OLYMPIC GAMES? Jaclyn Brown and Bruce Henry 1 One of the focal points of the recent Sydney 2000 Olympic Games was the medal tally. We all want to know which country won the Olympics or which country has the best athletes. One way to do this is to look at which country won the most medals. Throughout the period of the games regular updates were reported through the print media, television and the World Wide Web. The final tallies can be readily accessed in different formats from the official Olympic web site and the Australian Bureau of Statistics web site The medal tallies drew attention to the performance of countries rather than just performances of individuals. So now that the tallies are complete how did the participating countries perform and which country won? On the face of it the question of who won the Olympics is straightforward. From the data displayed in Table 1 and Table 2 it is immediately apparent that out of the 80 countries that received medals the USA was the clear winner receiving 97 of the 928 medals that were awarded. Australia came in fourth on this basis with 58 medals and of those that won medals Sri Lanka with a single bronze medal came equal last with ten others. But a comparison based on numbers of medals alone is hardly fair. The USA has more than ten times the population of Australia from which to draw its athletes, a point which was often emphasized by the Australian media. The Australian Bureau of Statistics Medal Tally, unlike the official Olympic Games Medal Tally, took into account the different populations. They divided the population of each country by the total number of medals won by that country and then ranked the results from smallest to largest. The final column in Table 1 shows the effects of population in an essentially equivalent way by listing the total number of medals that each country won per million of population. On this basis the Bahamas moves from the 57th position (with just two medals won) to the top position with 6.78 medals per million of population. Curiously Australia maintains its fourth position with 3.02 medals per million of population but the USA slips down to 46th position with 0.35 medals per million of population. Population is just one factor that is important in ranking performances among the competing countries. There are many factors that could be taken into account. For example we could look at the worth of each medal itself. The official Olympic web site offered two ways to rank performance. One based on the total number of medals and the other based on medal value. The latter is determined by the number of Gold medals (or Silver medals for countries with equal numbers of Gold medals, or Bronze medals for countries with equal numbers of Gold and Silver). Interestingly the ranking by the 1 Dr Bruce Henry and Jaclyn Brown work in the Department of Applied Mathematics at UNSW 1

2 Country Population Gold Silver Bronze Total Total per million of population United States Russia China Australia Germany France Italy Cuba Great Britain Korea Romania Netherlands Ukraine Japan Hungary Belarus Poland Canada Bulgaria Greece Sweden Brazil Spain Norway Switzerland Ethiopia Czech Rep Kazakhstan Kenya Jamaica Denmark Indonesia Mexico Georgia Lithuania Slovakia Algeria Belgium South Africa Chinese Taipei Table 1: Top 40 countries that won medals in the Sydney 2000 Olympics ranked by total numbers of medals won. Also listed are the population of each country and the total number of medals won per million of population. 2

3 Country Population Gold Silver Bronze Total Total per million of population Morocco Iran Turkey Finland Uzbekistan New Zealand Argentina DPR Korea Austria Azerbaijan Latvia Yugoslavia Estonia Thailand Nigeria Slovenia Bahamas Croatia Moldova Saudi Arabia Trinidad & Tobago Costa Rica Portugal Cameroon Colombia Mozambique Ireland Uruguay Vietnam Armenia Barbados Chile Iceland India Israel Kuwait Kyrgystan Macedonia Oatar Sri Lanka Table 2: Bottom 40 countries that won medals in the Sydney 2000 Olympics ranked by the total number of medals won. Also listed are the population of each country and the total number of medals won per million of population. 3

4 number of Gold medals rather than total number of medals has no effect on the order of the top five performing countries and Sri Lanka is still ranked equal last. However it does have significant implications for the Ukraine who is ranked 13th according to the total number of medals but 21st according to the number of Gold medals. Or consider Brazil who is ranked 22nd with 12 medals according to the total medal tally but is ranked 52nd after Mozambique who won a single Gold medal when it comes to the Gold medal ranking. So does a country perform better if it wins a single gold medal or if it wins no gold medals but ten silver medals? Clearly neither the total number of medals nor the number of Gold medals are entirely satisfactory for ranking performances. Gold, Silver and Bronze medals are not of equal value as suggested by the total medal tally but Silver and Bronze are not essentially worthless as suggested by the Gold medal tally. A Gold medal is worth more than a Silver which is worth more than a Bronze but how much more? Moreover are some Gold medals worth more than others? The difference between Gold and Silver may be a hundredth of a second or one hundred metres. One assessment of the relative worth of medals is provided by the Australian Olympic Committee who awarded a cash prize to athletes of \$15,000 for each Gold medal, \$7,500 for each Silver medal and \$5,000 for each Bronze medal. This corresponds to relative scores of 6,3 and 2 respectively. We will adopt these relative values in the following. So now we can assign different scores for different medals and we can take the different populations into account to arrive at overall comparison scores for each country. But this still neglects at least one important factor. Money! The population of Sri Lanka is similar to that of Australia but Sri Lanka only won one medal. We cannot infer from this that Australian athletes are really that much better than Sri Lankan athletes because Sri Lanka is a much poorer country than Australia. We might expect Australia to be able to offer its athletes better training facilities than Sri Lanka. Even more directly, a promising young athlete from Sri Lanka may be tempted to emigrate to Australia for a higher standard of living. The starting point for factoring in the influence of money is to identify a standard measure of the relative wealth of countries. One such measure is provided by the per capita Gross Domestic Product in terms of purchasing power parity. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a measure of the amount of goods and services that a country produces in a given year. Dividing the GDP by the population gives the per capita GDP which gives a measure of how much on average each person is producing. When it comes to comparing per capita GDP across different countries it is necessary to have a common yard stick. One Australian dollar is not worth one US dollar. Pure currency conversions based on exchange rates are not very useful. You also need to take into account the relative cost of goods in local currencies within each country. For example one US dollar is worth about two Australian dollars based on exchange rates. However if you purchase a Big Mac burger in the US it will cost about \$2.50 in US dollars and if you purchase a Big Mac burger in Australia it will cost about \$2.50 in Australian dollars. On this basis the purchasing power of the Australian dollar and the US dollar are not two to one as the exchange rate suggests but they are about the same. The relative cost of Big Macs in local currencies provides a crude measure of the purchasing power 4

5 parities across different countries. As an aside this crude index is available from the web site for The Economist, An official purchasing power parity index based on a whole basket of different goods is also available to more properly compare economic strengths of different countries. Our measure of the relative strengths of different economies is thus based on a measure of all the goods and services produced in the country per head of population (per capita GDP) in terms of standardized international dollar price weights (purchasing power parity). Fortunately this data is readily available courtesy of the CIA web site gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/. But how do we sensibly take this data into account in a revised ranking of performances in the Olympics? To what extent can a higher GDP be expected to boost performance? There is no simple answer to this question. Instead we will attempt to deduce an empirical power law relationship as was recently suggested by Robert Banks in his book Towing Icebergs, Falling Dominoes and Other Adventures in Applied mathematics (PUP, Princeton, 1998). This involves looking at the performance of each country compared to its GDP and and from this data attempting to develop our own assessment of to what extent the GDP helps a country win medals. Banks proposal for scoring Olympics is a follows. To begin, as discussed above, assign different scores to each of the medals (Banks suggests 3 points for Gold, 2 for Silver and 1 for Bronze but we will adopt the Australian Olympic Committee valuations of 6, 3 and 2) and tally up the scores for each country. The values, represented by S are shown in the third column in Tables 3 and 4. Now divide by the total population in millions to give a normalized score which we represent by S 0. These values are listed in the fourth column in Tables 3 and 4. To find an empirical power law relationship between the normalized score and the per capita GDP, which we represent by G 0, make a plot of log(s 0 ) versus log(g 0 ) for all countries who received medals. This gives a scatter of points and we can see a general trend showing that on average the higher the GDP the better the performance. We draw a straight line known as the line of best fit through this scatter of points to give the desired empirical relationship. The resulting plot of the data points (based on the data in Tables 3 and 4) and the line of best fit to these data points is shown in Figure 1. A country whose data point on this plot is above the line of best fit has performed better than expected based on GDP and a country whose data point is below the line of best fit has done worse than expected. The equation for the line of best fit is log(s 0 ) = log(g 0 ) (1) which can be inverted by taking the exponential of both sides to become S 0 = G (2) As an aside Banks carried out a similar analysis based on medal tallies for the Barcelona 1992 Olympic games using scores of 3 for Gold, 2 for Silver and 1 for Bronze and arrived at the empirical relationship S 0 = G , which is not so different from what we have found. Equation (2) is the main result of this analysis. Given the per capita GDP of a country and its population we can use this relationship to determine how well we can ex- 5

6 Figure 1: Plot of the logarithm of the Score per million of population versus the logarithm of the per capita GDP with the straight line of best fit also shown pect each country to perform; this is called the expected score which we denote by S = G P/10 6. For example Australia has a per capita GDP of G 0 = and a population of P = from which we deduce the expected score of 43. By contrast Sri Lanka with its lower per capita GDP but similar population has an expected score of The USA has an expected score of 815. By comparing scores with expected scores it is easy to see that Australia did much better than the empirical expectation based on its population and economic status whereas the USA did much worse. France, Italy and Germany all performed pretty much as expected. The final part of the analysis is to rank the performances of the different countries based on how they performed relative to expectations. In this part of Banks analysis he calculated the difference between the obtained score and the expected score and ranked countries in decreasing order based on these differences. We do not entirely agree with this part of Banks analysis as the differences are amplified by a country s population (better or worse depending on whether the difference is positive or negative respectively). For example if Country A scored 40 when their expected score was 20 Banks would give them a final score of 20 and if Country B scored 10 when they were expected to score 2 they would receive a score of 8 on this basis. However Country B has performed 5 times better than expected and Country A has only performed twice as well as expected. A fairer approach is to divide the difference in scores by 6

7 the expected scores. In which case Country A scores = 1 and Country B scores = 4. This index properly measures the relative performance with respect to the 2 expected score which can then be compared across the different countries. The results of such an analysis for all countries who won medals in the Sydney 2000 Olympics are displayed in the final column of Table 3 and Table 4. So the winner is Cuba! Australia slips from fourth place to twelfth place and the USA slips from first place to 58th. To give some indication of Cuba s performance taking into account population and GDP, Australia would have had to win 125 additional Gold medals to beat Cuba. There are many other factors that should be taken into account when ranking the performance of countries in the Olympics. For example a country situated in a very cold climate such as Sweden and Norway should not be expected to perform as well at a Summer Olympics. Norway s performance of 16th overall after taking into account the factors of population and GDP becomes even more favourable in this light. Perhaps you can create your own ranking system taking these and other considerations into account. If you do try this why not write in and tell us what you find. We d love to hear from you. 7

8 Country Per Capita GDP Score Score Expected Score Performance S per million S S S S Cuba Bahamas Jamaica Bulgaria Estonia Hungary Romania Lithuania Latvia Belarus Barbados Australia Georgia Slovenia Azerbaijan Norway Trinidad & Tobago Iceland Netherlands Russia Greece Kazakhstan Ukraine Slovakia Sweden Ethiopia Moldova Croatia Kenya Denmark Czech Rep Yugoslavia New Zealand Switzerland Finland Oatar Poland Macedonia DPR Korea Korea Table 3: Top 40 countries that won medals in the Sydney 2000 Olympics ranked by medal score taking into account values of medals, number of medals, population and GDP. 8

9 Country Per Capita GDP Score Score Expected Score Performance S per million S S S S France Italy Germany Costa Rica Mozambique Armenia Uzbekistan Great Britain Austria Kyrgystan Cameroon Uruguay Canada Algeria Morocco Belgium Spain United States Kuwait Ireland Iran Turkey Chinese Taipei China South Africa Nigeria Portugal Japan Argentina Saudi Arabia Sri Lanka Israel Brazil Thailand Colombia Mexico Indonesia Chile Vietnam India Table 4: Bottom 40 countries that won medals in the Sydney 2000 Olympics ranked by medal score taking into account values of medals, number of medals, population and GDP. 9

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