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Tokyo Olympics 2021 medal count updates: 1 August

Tokyo Olympics 2021 medal count updates: who has won more? Tally by country, today, 1 August

Medal count table

Tokyo Olympics: live medal table (in rank order)

China: Gold 24 Silver 14 Bronze 13 (51)

United States: Gold 20 Silver 23 Bronze 16 (59)

Japan: Gold 17 Silver 5 Bronze 9 (31)

Australia: Gold 14 Silver 3 Bronze 14 (31)

ROC: Gold 12 Silver 19 Bronze 13 (44)

Great Britain: Gold 10 Silver 10 Bronze 12 (32)

France: Gold 5 Silver 10 Bronze 6 (21)

Republic of Korea: Gold 5 Silver 4 Bronze 8 (17)

Italy: Gold 4 Silver 8 Bronze 15 (27)

Netherlands: Gold 4 Silver 7 Bronze 6 (17)

Germany: Gold 4 Silver 4 Bronze 11 (19)

New Zealand: Gold 4 Silver 3 Bronze 4 (11)

Check out the full table with all medals won


Tamberi and Barshim share high jump gold

Italy's Gianmarco Tamberi and Qatar's Mutaz Essa Barshim shared the gold medal in the men's high jump event. Both jumped 2.37m without misses and agreed to share top spot on the podium instead of a jump-off. It was an emotionally-charged moment for Tamberi who broke down and was seen writhing around on the track in disbelief, moments later Marcell Jacobs took another gold for Italy.

In third place, Belarus' Maksim Nedasekau claimed the bronze.


Jacobs wins Men's 100m

Italy's Marcell Jacobs sprinted to gold in the Men's 100m, crossing the finishing line on 9:80 seconds. Fred Kerley bagged the silver for Team USA and just a whisker behind him was Canada's Andre de Grasse, who took bronze.

Yulimar Rojas

Yulimar Rojas gold and world record

Venezuela's Yulimar Rojas won the gold medal and set a new world record in the women's triple jump with her final jump, marked at 15.67m - beating the previous best set by Ukraine's Inessa Kravets, set almost exactly 26 years ago in Gothenburg.

Portugal's Patricia Mamona claimed silver and Ana Peleteiro took bronze for Spain


France win fencing gold; ROC takes silver

An impressive sixth and seventh relay from Enzo Lefort (FRA) and Julien Mertine (FRA) saw France gain cruise to victory against ROC, winning 45-28.

Team USA take fencing bronze

The USA men's foil team have taken the bronze medal after beating Japan 45-31

Gymnastics: Gold for Belgium's Nina Derwael

World Champions Nina Derwael also becomes Olympic Champion. She takes gold in the women's uneven bar event, finishing ahead of ROC's Anastasiia Iliankova and USA's Suni Lee.

Boxing: Cuban pair through to final

Roniel Iglesias and Arlen Lopez of Cuba advance to the finals in the men's welter and light heavy categories respectively. Andrei Zamkovoi (ROC) and Loren Alfonso (AZE) win bronze.

Gymnastics: Team GB take gold in men's pommel horse

Max Whitlock retains his Olympic title in the men's pommel horse with a score of 15.583. China's Lee Chih Kai takes silver, Kaya Kazuma of Japan secures bronze.

Tennis: Gold for Germany as Zverev claims victory

Alex Zverev has defeated ROC's Karen Khachanov 6-3, 6-1 in the men's singles final to take gold. The world No. 5 becomes Germany's first-ever men's singles gold medalist.

Gymnastics: Brazil's Rebeca Andrade wins gold

Women's Vault: In the absence of Simone Biles, Rebeca Andrade of Brazil has won gold, with a score of 15.083. Mykala Skinner of Team USA takes silver (14.616), and Korea's Yeo Seojeong the bronze (14.733).

Gymnastics: Isreal wins gold in men's Floor final

Isreal's Artem Dolgopyat wins the tiebreaker against Rayderley Zapata (Spain) to take the gold. Zapeta secures the silver while favorite, with China's Xiao Ruoteng finished third.

Tennis: Gold for Czech pair

Katerina Siniakova and Barbora Krejcikova have defeated Switzerland's Belinda Bencic and Viktorija Golubic 7-5, 6-1 to secure gold in the women's doubles.

Xander speaks after golfing triumph

Xander Schauffele won the first gold for the US in golf since 1900.

Sailing: Rindom wins gold for Denmark

An exciting medal race in the women's Laser Radial as Anne-Marie Rindom (DEN) takes gold. She finished seventh place in the final race, behind Marit Bouwmeester (NED) in sixth, who takes bronze. Race winner Josefin Olsson (SWE) moved up into silver-medal position overall.

China win silver and gold in diving

Another 1-2 for China in diving as Shi Tingmao and Wang Han top the leader board in the women's 3m springboard. US athlete Krysta Palmer takes the bronze medal.

Golf: Xander takes gold for the United States

Xander sinks the short putt to win gold for the US! He made it very hard for himself towards the end but he recovered and finished with a -18. It will be the first gold in golf for the US since Charles Sands in 1900.

Gold up for grabs in Golf

US golfer Xander Schauffle is on the final hole and is one shot ahead of the clubhouse leader Sabbatini.

Gold for Australia in sailing

Matt Wearn takes the gold in the men's laser, a third straight victory for Australia in this event. Tonci Stipanovic  of Croatia secures silver, Norway's Hermann Tomasgaard bronze.

Australia win first-ever BMX men's gold

Logan Martin of Australia is the first athlete to win Olympic gold in the BMX Men's Freestyle.

Jonny Brownlee speaks after completing triathlon medal triumph

BMX bronze for Team GB

It's another medal for Team GB in BMX as Declan Brooks secures bronze in the men's freestyle.

ROC's Khatev wins boxing bronze

Iman Khatev of Russia took he bronze in the men's lightweight after losing on split points decision to Great Britain's Ben Whittaker.

More gold for the USA in swimming

USA takes gold and sets new WE in the Men's 4X100 medley. Great Britain silver, Italy bronze.

Tokyo Olympic medal table: Day 9

With Day 9 of the Olympic Games underway and the medals flowing, we'll aim to keep you up to date with all the golds, silvers and bronzes across the events taking place today, Sunday 1 August, in Tokyo.


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