After a glorious opening ceremony and torch lighting for the 2012 London Olympic Games, much has emerged in the first two days. A rather new and interesting event that is under investigation by the Olympic Committee is the rows of empty seats that were supposedly given to various members of corporate sponsors who did not show. The Olympic Committee gave the seats to other various spectators during Day 2 of events. Medal counts are also in the eyes and minds of many. China has the lead with medal count with 12 in total, 6 gold, 4 silver, and 2 bronze. Followed by the United States with 11 in total, 3 gold, 5 silver, and 3 bronze. Although its only the second day of competitions, there are 9 different nations tied for 22nd and 5 tied for 17th. These standings will obviously change over time. Also in the spotlight are the few Olympians who were already disqualified for testing positive for drug tests. Amongst many nationalities, most of these athletes were sent back to their respective countries. Much more is expected to occur in the coming days, triumphs, defeats, and much more.