Global Cup 2011: 25 different winners for over 80 sports

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This is the Global Cup 2011! 60 sports (if you count Athletics as one sport; 80 if you treat each Athletics discipline as one) and over 980 events in twelve months.
A question of skill, endurance and speed. Here we celebrate the winners in each sport. “Only” 25 different nations have topped the ranking in each of the GSN sports, out of the 210 on Earth where sport is regularly enjoyed.
The multiple winners? Russia leads the pack with wins in 7 sports, ahead of China and USA with 5 wins each (crucial for the USA's Global Cup title were those in Athletics and Swimming).
Then Germany with 4 wins, France, Great Britain, Austria and the Netherlands with 3.
Satisfy your curiosity and peruse the complete list….
Athletics   USA
Alpine Skiing   Austria
Basketball   China
Boxing   Ukraine
Baseball   Netherlands
Beach Volley   Brazil
Biathlon   Norway
BMX   France
Bobsleigh   Germany
Canoe – Kayak Slalom   Slovakia
Canoe – Kayak Sprint   Russia
Climbing   Russia
Cricket   India
Cross Country Skiing   Norway
Curling   Sweden
Cyclo-Cross   Belgium
Diving   China
Fencing   Italy
Figure Skating   Russia
Football   Japan
Free Style Skiing   Canada
Golf   USA
Handball   France
Ice Hockey   Finland
Judo   Japan
Korfball   Netherlands
Luge   Germany
Marathon   Kenya
Modern Pentathlon   Hungary
Mountain Bike   France
Netball   Australia
Nordic Combined   Germany
Open Water Swimming   Russia
Orienteering   Sweden
Road Cycling   Great Britain
Rowing   Great Britain
Rugby Union   New Zealand
Shooting   USA
Short Track   South Korea
Skeleton   Germany
Ski Jumping   Austria
Snooker   Great Britain
Snowboarding   Austria
Speed Skating   Netherlands
Squash   Great Britain
Swimming   USA
Synchronised Swimming   Russia
Table Tennis   China
Taekwondo   South Korea
Tennis   Spain
Ten Pin Bowling   USA
Track Cycling   Australia
Trampoline   China
Triathlon   Great Britain
Volleyball   Brazil
Water Polo   Italy
Weightlifting   China
Free Wrestling   Russia
Graeco Roman Wrestling   Russia