Two golds in table tennis and athletics helped China maintain its place at the top of the gold medal count of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
China has 36 golds, 26 silvers and 17 bronzes with two competition days remaining.
The United States has 98 medals, of which 31 are gold.
Japan sits third with 24 golds and 51 medals.
After individual 100m victories, Italy and Jamaica once again won gold medals in men’s and women’s 4x100m relay respectively.
Led by men’s 100m champion Lamont Marcell Jacobs, Italy overtook Britain to win by 0.01 seconds in 37.50.
Canada, anchored by men’s 200m gold medalist Andre de Grasse, finished third in 37.70.
The Jamaican women’s team, comprising the top three finishers in the individual event, finished the race first in 41.02 seconds.
USA ranked second in 41.45 and Britain settled for third in 41.88.
Yesterday, also marked a day to remember for China’s ace table tennis player Ma Long.
China finished the Tokyo 2020 table tennis campaign with four gold medals, only missing out on the mixed doubles, where Xu and Liu Shiwen fell to local favourite Jun Mizutani and Mima Ito in the final.
A golden surprise came to China from the field, when Liu Shiying threw 66.34 meters on her first attempt to deliver the first women’s javelin gold medal for the country.
The top ten are rounded up by Great Britain, the Russian Olympic Committee, Australia, Italy, Germany, Netherlands and France respectively.