Rio de Janeiro, Aug 1: More than 10,000 athletes will be seen in action during the Rio Olympics 2016 from August 5 to 21 in Brazil.
Amidst doping controversies, the Zika virus and other issues in the country, the Games are officially set to be declared open on August 5 in Maracana.
Here are all the numbers about the Rio Olympics
1 - Brazil is hosting the Olympics for the first time. It is also the first-ever Games in South America
2,102 medals to be awarded to athletes
2,488 medals have been produced - 812 gold, 812 silver and 864 bronze.
119 athletes from India
141 - most medals in one discipline (athletics) of which 47 are gold
R$40 (Brazilian Real) (US $12.30) (Rs 820.37) - starting price of a ticket
R$4,600 (Brazilian Real) (US $1,414.76) (Rs 94,342.97) - highest price of a ticket
Note: Exchange rates as on August 1, 2016
19 days of action
7.5 million tickets for approximately 700 sessions
3.8 million of tickets cost less than $70 each
Deodoro, Maracana, Barra, Copacabana
Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Manaus, Salvador, Sao Paulo
"A New World"