A comparison of the performance of nine countries in a friendly competition, which was held in Budapest in 2012, is exhibited in the given table.
As can be seen in the table, a clear variation is visible in the number of medals bagged. When China had set a record with 105 gold medals, Russia excelled in the number of silver medals (178). The Germans marked their performance with 250 bronze medals in the competition.
In case of the total medals tally too, the Germans came first (452). Kenyans, on the other hand, had not performed well in the competition, when their gross number of medals accounted for only 7.
Turning into the variation in the type of medals bagged, the widest variation is seen in case of Australia, whereas France exhibited a flat variation.
Looking into the overall performance, when China stood at the top, followed by the USA, Germany, Russia and Australia, the performance of the other countries, except Kenya was average.
The table also highlights the people’s participation rate, in which Japan enjoyed the first position, whereas Kenya the last.
Overall, it is clear that even though variations were there in the performance of these countries, their performance was above average.