Tokyo Olympics 2021 medal count updates: who has won more? Tally by country, today, 4 August
Tokyo Olympics: medal table on Day 12
China: Gold 32 Silver 23 Bronze 16 (71)
United States: Gold 27 Silver 33 Bronze 24 (84)
Japan: Gold 21 Silver 7 Bronze 12 (40)
Australia: Gold 17 Silver 4 Bronze 17 (38)
Great Britain: Gold 15 Silver 18 Bronze 16 (49)
ROC: Gold 14 Silver 21 Bronze 18 (53)
Germany: Gold 9 Silver 9 Bronze 16 (34)
New Zealand: Gold 7 Silver 4 Bronze 6 (17)
Italy: Gold 6 Silver 10 Bronze 15 (32)
France: Gold 6 Silver 10 Bronze 9 (25)
Netherlands: Gold 6 Silver 8 Bronze 9 (23)
Republic of Korea: Gold 6 Silver 4 Bronze 9 (19)
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Korir wins gold for Kenya
A sterling performance in the Tokyo Olympics men's 800m for Emmanuel Korir, bagging a gold medal for Kenya. Ferguson Rotich, also representing Kenya, takes silver.
Sky Brown (13) wins bronze for Team GB
Sky Brown has become Team GB’s youngest Olympic medallist ever as she banked skateboarding bronze in Tokyo.
Aged 13 years and 28 days, Brown finished behind Japan's Sakura Yosozumi and Kokona Hiraki, the latter just 12 years old.
The X Games champion, who qualified for the final in second place, fell on her first two runs in the final but stitched things together brilliantly at her last attempt.
Brown twice fell while attempting a Kickflip Indy trick but elected to keep it in for her final run, a decision that paid off in style.
Two days before Simone Biles' triumphant return to the Ariake Gymnastic Centre at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games where she won her seventh Olympic medal, a bronze on the balance beam, her aunt suddenly died the American told reporters Tuesday.
"At the end of the day, people don't understand what we are going through," said Biles. "Two days ago, I woke up and my aunt unexpectedly passed, and it wasn't any easier being here at the Olympic Games."
Karsten Warholm set a massive world record in the men's 400 metres hurdles as the Norwegian landed gold at the Tokyo Olympics.
He became the first man to dip under 46 seconds, setting a startling time of 45.94 seconds as he fended off American Rai Benjamin, who clocked 46.17.
The top three in the race all went under 47 seconds and beat the previous Olympic record, with bronze going to Brazilian Alison dos Santos in 46.72.
Warholm was already the world record holder, setting a time of 46.70secs in Oslo at the start of July to break the previous best of 46.78 that had been held by Kevin Young since the 1992 Barcelona Olympics..
Now he has demolished his own mark, helped by being pushed all the way by Benjamin.
Simone Biles returned to Olympic action in style, winning the bronze on the balance beam on Tuesday.
There was a China one-two as Guan Chenchen snatched gold with the last routine of the final, a flawless performance from the 16-year-old bringing her the glory with a 14.633 score.
Tang Xijing had looked like topping the podium, having set a high standard as the second competitor in action, only for the 18-year-old to see her team-mate scoop the top prize.
But there was no doubting who was the centre of attention in the Ariake Gymnastics Centre, with Biles being introduced to a huge cheer from the small crowd of Games and gymnastics officials inside the venue before the competition got under way.
Tokyo Olympic medal table: Day 12
With Day 12 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, Wednesday 4 August, in Tokyo.