The medal race at the Rio Olympics isn't technically over.

Not technically.

But the United States is turning it into a rout.

Through Tuesday, the U.S. had 84 medals _ 33 more than second-place China, 34 more than third-place Britain.

It puts the Americans on pace for a medal-count win the likes of which haven't been seen at a non-boycotted games in at least 68 years.

Here's a breakdown of past medal-count wins in the Summer Olympics:

Summer Olympic Medal Count Margins
(The difference between first place and second place in the overall medal count at the Summer Olympics; numbers as provided by Olympic historian Dr. Bill Mallon)
 
220 _ United States, 1904
115 _ United States, 1984
91 _ Britain, 1908
69 _ Soviet Union, 1980
67 _ United States, 1932
61 _ United States, 1924
58 _ France, 1900
40 _ United States, 1948
36 _ United States, 1996
33 _ Germany, 1936
32 _ United States, 1920
32 _ Soviet Union, 1960
31 _ Soviet Union, 1976
30 _ Soviet Union, 1988
25 _ Greece, 1896
25 _ United States, 1928
24 _ Soviet Union, 1956
16 _ United States, 1968
14 _ United States, 2012
11 _ United States, 2004
10 _ United States, 2008
6 _ France, 1906
6 _ Soviet Union, 1964
5 _ United States, 1952
5 _ Soviet Union, 1972
4 _ Unified Team, 1992
4 _ United States, 2000
1 _ Sweden, 1912