There have been revised medal tables shown first for the EU, to show how many medals we’d win if we all joined together. Then for the British Empire in response. Tommy English has broken down the nationalities of the Team GB gold medal winners by birth place, so now I combine both approaches by breaking the Team GB medals down and making a revised medal table.
I think the important point here is that we still beat Australia.
* Most data has been taken from the Team GB profiles, but where there is confusion I have used Wikipedia to guess which country the athletes would represent if Great Britain entered separate teams, so there is room for some error. Team medals have been shared depending on how many team mates were from each nation.
Of the controversial selections –
I have assigned to England: Bradley Wiggins (born Belgium to Australian father, grew up London), Peter Reed (born USA, grew up Gloucestershire), Germaine Mason (has represented Jamaica but qualifies through London born father), Wendy Houvenaghel (Northern Irish but represents England in Commonwealth Games), Keri-Anne Paine (born South Africa, now lives Manchester) and the entire rowing eight (four born abroad, but only links seem to be to English schools or Universities, and small individual part of medal anyway).
And to Scotland I have assigned Ross Edgar (born Suffolk, represents Scotland in Commonwealth games.)