4,600 Brazilian real:
The cost of the most expensive opening ceremony ticket
(about $1,400 as of this publication). The least expensive opening ceremony ticket is only sold in Brazil and costs 200 real (about $60).
10: Rio's opening ceremony budget is 10 times less
than the total spent on the London 2012 opening ceremony.
Number of Olympic torchbearers
. The torch will pass through all 26 Brazilian states and reach 90% of the Brazilian population.
10,500: Total number of athletes
expected to compete in the Games.
42: Sport disciplines
that will be represented.
206: Number of countries
sending athletes to compete in Rio.
Total number of Olympic medals
to be awarded to athletes topping the podium in Rio: 812 gold, 812 silver and 864 bronze.
Number of athletes making up the first refugee team to ever compete at the Olympic Games
. The six male and four female athletes will compete under the Olympic flag.
About 11,600: Miles (18,668 km) to travel to Rio from Guam, one of the farthest nations sending athletes to compete.
Total number of athletes comprising the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team
; 262 men and 292 women.
36: The number of years separating the youngest U.S. Olympian -- table tennis player Kanak Jha, 16 -- and the oldest U.S. Olympian, equestrian Phillip Dutton, 52.
7.5 million: Total number of tickets
available for purchase for the Olympic Games.
New Olympic sports in Rio. Golf
returns to the games after a 112-year hiatus and rugby sevens
will be introduced for the first time.
450,000: Record number of condoms
that will be distributed to athletes -- equivalent to 42 per person.
3,604: Number of apartments in Rio's athletes village that will house 11,000 athletes and 6,000 coaches.
380,000: Number of foreign spectators expected
to arrive in Rio during the Games.