Stuff the athletics - if the Olympics were contested purely in sitting-down sports, Team GB would be top of the table.
In fact, we are so good at rowing, cycling, equestrian and canoeing, we have more than double the gold medals of the country in second place, Germany.
Fuelled by cyclists Laura Trott and Bradley Wiggins, dressage rider Charlotte Dujardin and an unrivalled battery of rowers, Great Britain have 17 sitting-down medals: nine gold, seven silver and one bronze.
Germany, in second, have nine: four gold, three silver and two bronze.
No other country has more than seven.
Truly, Brits are the kings and queens of sitting down.
With no Simone Biles or Michael Phelps to boost the rankings, overall table toppers America sit sixth in our sitting-down table.
In the real medal table, Team GB sit second - and with nine of our 16 golds coming from sitting-down sports, our sedentary stars have contributed more than half of our Olympic titles.
But why are we so good? Are we just lazy? Or is there another explanation?
One thing's for sure, we're streaks ahead of the competition when it comes to sports where your feet never touch the ground.