If LGBTQ athletes at the Tokyo Olympics were their own country, they would have been in the top 10 on the medal table.

Around 180 athletes at the event were openly LGBTQ, making it the queerest modern Olympics to date. The hypothetical team finished the Olympics ranked seventh in the world with 32 total medals.

The Tokyo Games also saw another major milestone for the LGBTQ community, with Laurel Hubbard becoming the first transgender woman to compete in an Olympics and nonbinary, trans Canadian soccer player Quinn winning a gold medal in the women’s soccer competition.