Sunday at the 2012 Olympic Games in London brought with it the first three individual-discipline gold medal finals in gymnastics. All three of those finals are now in the books following the conclusion of the men's pommel horse.
Hungary took home the gold medal in the event, as Krisztian Berki took the top honors by the slimmest of margins over Great Britain's Louis Smith. Britain further added to their medal count by picking up the bronze as well, as Max Whitlock claimed the third spot on the podium.
This is Hungary's third gold medal at the Olympics, giving them six medals overall. Britain, meanwhile, has opened a three-medal lead over Russia and sits alone in third place in total medals. The host country's 16 gold medals are also good for third place in that tally.
For a complete breakdown of the current medal count by country, visit Sports Illustrated's medal count tracker.
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