Here are the Olympics in numbers. Brought to you by the number crunchers at Press Association.

Here are the Olympics in numbers. Brought to you by the number crunchers at Press Association.

3 – Britain’s position in the medals table
4 – skeletons found in the ancient settlement on the site of the Olympic Park and carefully removed.
4 – the number of records broken by Team GB.
6 – the number of gold medals won by Sir Chris Hoy, making him the most successful British Olympian ever.
15 – the number of sports Britain has won medals in.
22 – the number of medals won by Michael Phelps, including 18 gold, making him the most decorated Olympian ever.
65 – the number of medals won by Team GB at London 2012.
1,000 – picnic benches at the park.
10,000 the number of temporary toilets at the Olympic Park.
45,000 – the rough number of meals per day for athletes – consisting of 100 tonnes of meat, 25,000 loaves, 21 tonnes of cheese, 82 tonnes of seafood, 300 tonnes of fruit and vegetables.
70,000 – number of volunteer Games Makers.
80,000 – capacity of the Olympic Stadium.
80,000 – the number of spectators that watched the women’s football final at Wembley, a record breaking crowd for a women’s fixture.
300,000 – nails used to build the Velodrome.
2,400,000 – the number of people who visited the Olympic Park in Stratford.
4,500,000 – the number of people who travelled on the Tube on August 7, the most passengers in one day in London Underground’s history.
7,400,000 – the number of people visiting venues across the UK.
10,000,000 – litres of water used in the Aquatics Centre.
13,000,000 – the number of people who saw the Olympic Flame during the Torch Relay.
22,400,000 – the average UK TV audience.
1,000,000,000 – Up to 1 billion people worldwide watched the opening ceremony alone.