China has extended its dominance at the top of the Medals Table after claiming three gold medals on Day 11 at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
China claimed two gold medals in artistic gymnastics events and secured a gold in the men’s 3m springboard diving final. China now has a total of 32 gold, 21 silver and 16 bronze amounting to 69 medals.
The United States claimed only two gold medals yesterday and has a total of 24 gold, 28 silver and 21 bronze.
After drawing a blank on Monday, Japan had athletes back on the top of the podium with two more gold medals, taking their total to 19. Japan have a five-gold buffer to Australia, who are fourth in the medal table with 14, while the Russian Olympic Committee and Great Britain are tied on 13 apiece.
Great Britain’s performance on their water allowed them to move level with the Russian Olympic Committee, as they won two of the four sailing golds on offer on Day 11.
84 countries in total have won at least on medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games thus far.