China endured a barren day but continues to lead the medal tally at the end of Day 12 of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
With one silver medal from the women’s duet artistic swimming, China now has 32 golds, 22 silvers and 16 bronzes.
The United States ranks second with 25 gold and 79 medals in total, followed by host Japan who has 21 gold and 40 medals overall.
China stands a chance for more gold as the nation’s successful table tennis players booked a final slot in both men’s and women’s team events.
Yesterday also saw several world records shattered in athletic, cycling, weightlifting.
Georgia’s Lasha Talakhadze set three world records en route to win his second Olympic gold in the men’s over 109kg weightlifting, basically in a competition against himself.
US runner Sydney McLaughlin won the women’s 400m hurdles title in a world record time of 51.46 seconds, 0.44 seconds faster than the previous world record set by herself on June 27.
In track cycling, Italy also refreshed the world record of men’s team pursuit to win the gold in three minutes and 42.032 seconds, shattering the previous world and Olympic record of 3:42.307.