Hosts Japan has risen to the top of the Medals Table at the end of Day Three of the competitions at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games after winning multiple gold medals in Judo events.
Japan now has eight gold medals including four in Judo events, two from skateboarding and one each in swimming and table tennis.
They also have two silver and three bronze medals for a tally of 13.
The United States has risen to the second place after two gold medals in swimming events yesterday. The US team has seven golds, three silvers and five bronze medals.
China is placed third in the standings with six golds, five silvers and seven bronze medals.
The Russian Olympic Committee, Great Britain, South Korea, Australia, Kosovo, Italy and France complete the top 10 of the Medals Table at the Tokyo Olympics.
51 nations in total have thus far secured at least one medal at the 2020 Tokyo Games which officially commenced on Friday.
Only India has won a silver medal in Weightlifting amongst countries from South Asia.
Meanwhile, 25-year-old Matthew Abeysinghe is scheduled to feature in the Men’s 100m Freestyle heats at the Tokyo Games this afternoon.
Abeysinghe will feature in Heat 4 of the event to be held at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre at 3.39pm.
Abeysinghe has an entry time of 50.31s.
Caeleb Dressel of the United States who has a qualifying time of 46.96s and is favourite to win the Men’s 100m Freestyle event at the Games.