China continued its gold rush in diving and table tennis on Day 13 to firmly grip top spot on the medal table at the Tokyo Olympics with 34 golds, three days before the curtains draw on the Tokyo Olympic Games.
China leads the medal count with 34 golds, 24 silvers and 16 bronze.
The United States has the most number of medals with 91, but its gold tally is five behind China.
Japan sits third with 22 golds, 10 silvers and 14 bronze.
14-year-old sensation Quan Hongchan, the youngest athlete representing China at Tokyo 2020, claimed her first gold medal with an overwhelming victory in the women’s 10m platform event.
China has won the women’s 10m platform events eight times, and swept all the four women’s diving golds at the Tokyo Olympics.
China’s women’s table tennis team claimed their fourth consecutive Olympic title after a 3-0 whitewash of arch-rivals Japan.
The top ten are rounded up by Australia, Russian Olympic Committee, Great Britain, Germany, France, Italy and the Netherlands respectively.