This week, the tiny Caribbean nation of Grenada won its first Olympic medal when 19-year-old Kirani James took the gold in the 400-meter dash. With a population of 104,000, Grenada is the 17th-smallest country in the world, and now the smallest nation to win a gold medal. Here's a look back at eight other great Olympic performances from underdog nations.
1. India: 1928 Amsterdam Summer Olympics
India may be the second-most populated nation in the world, but prior to London 2012, they’d only... READ ON