Per Capita Cup 2015

Jamaica wins Per Capita title, countries from 4 continents in top 10

Sukhee Tserenchimed, Mongolia, world champion in Free Wrestling (60 kg)

The race for the 2015 Per Capita Cup top spots went to the finishing line. Greatest Sporting Nation’s Per Capita Cup&nb

Per Capita Cup going to the wire

Jamaica's women 4x100m relay won gold at the Athletics World Championships 2015

Greatest Sporting Nation’s Per Capita Cup is the ranking of the world’s sportiest nations: each country’s population figure is divided by the number of GSN points earned, to measure how many citizens a country ‘needs’ to score 1 GSN point.

New Zealand, Cuba win month of October

New Zealand were too strong for Australia in the 2015 Rugby World Cup final

We love sporting countries that punch above their weight, and the monthly ranking for the Global Cup, the most accurate statistical measurement of how the world’s nations perform in all sports,has given us a double reason to celebrate in October.

Why do Norway continue to top Per Capita rankings?

Norway's Maiken Caspersen Falla and  Ingvild Flugstad Oestberg celebrate after crossing the finish line during the Women's Cross

Norway, current leaders in the Per Capita Cup, the ranking of the world’s sportiest nations, aren

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