• southdenvercardiology

    Glad to know that google has complete results on your search regarding olympics 2012. Me too, I do search a lot using google because give the complete data compared to other search engine and easy to manage.

  • http://www.facebook.com/the.nathaniel.bailey Nathaniel Bailey

    Google and Yahoo have both done a good job with the details they show this year :)

    Its a shame google don’t have an easy to find link to see all the countries or I would have personally preferred the way they have it laid out and given them gold, but because of that one missing link, I agree that yahoo have earned the gold by a links length :)

    Although saying that, google do have a button linking to the official site, so maybe they thought people would rather click that then a custom ranking page hosted by google?

  • http://www.stephanlendl.com/ Stephan Lendl

    Google also seems to localize the results and shows the position of the searchers nation (location turned on!) underneath the Top 4 (instead of Top 5). But this is obviously easier to spot for users from smaller nations! ;-)

  • http://twitter.com/Indi_pride Brijesh Bhalodia

    Sorry to say, but Yahoo! doesn’t display same result as you have shown in snapshot. I am in India and here I did’t see anything. Google gets gold if you consider worldwide result.

  • http://searchengineland.com/ Danny Sullivan

    Good point. The test above is only for within the US. There’s no easy way for me to run it for other countries.

  • http://searchengineland.com/ Danny Sullivan

    Thanks, heard others saying, too — something hard for me to notice since the US is on the leaderboard already.

  • http://searchengineland.com/ Danny Sullivan

    They do have that button, but it doesn’t take you directly to the medal count. You have to hunt to find it. 

  • http://twitter.com/MaritzaMcLaugh3 Maritza McLaughli

    I am in India and here I did’t see anything. Google gets gold if you consider worldwide result...MomentDifference.blogspot.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1322653686 Mike Marshall

    When I ran a search on ‘Olympic Medal Count’ in Google, the only yahoo listing on the first page was from the Beijing Olympics :) – http://yfrog.com/0q0ha9j

  • http://www.SmartInternetBusinessSolutions.co.uk/ Tarjinder S. Kailey

    Go for the Gold…Great Job Yahoo :-)

  • pdxuser

    Google doesn’t show five countries, it shows all of them. Use the scroll bar.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/MGDDLX4RRAEF7MYM747SZ2DIDE Jimmy N

    In the UK, Google shows the top 4 then the UK position, information about each country and sport and loads more using that thing on the right to change the search. Google Gold.

  • Shalin Pei

    full medal list at Google’s Olympic landing page: https://www.google.co.uk/campaigns/olympics/index.html