Tokyo Olympics 2021 medal count updates: who has won more? Tally by country, today, 7 August
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United States: Gold 38 Silver 39 Bronze 33 (110)
China: Gold 38 Silver 31 Bronze 18 (87)
Japan: Gold 27 Silver 14 Bronze 17 (58)
Great Britain: Gold 10 Silver 21 Bronze 22 (64)
ROC: Gold 20 Silver 26 Bronze 23 (69)
Australia: Gold 17 Silver 7 Bronze 22 (46)
Netherlands: Gold 10 Silver 12 Bronze 14 (36)
Germany: Gold 10 Silver 11 Bronze 16 (37)
Italy: Gold 10 Silver 10 Bronze 20 (40)
France: Gold 9 Silver 12 Bronze 11 (32)
Canada: Gold 7 Silver 6 Bronze 11 (24)
New Zealand: Gold 7 Silver 6 Bronze 7 (20)
Brazil: Gold 7 Silver 4 Bronze 8 (19)
Hungary: Gold 6 Silver 7 Bronze 6 (19)
South Korea: Gold 6, Silvers 4, Bronze 10 (20)
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Tokyo Olympics 2021 medal count updates: who has won more? Tally by country, today, 8 August
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As we move into the final few hours of the Games, join us over here to see how the last of the medals define the table.
Brazil beat Spain in extra-time to take men's football gold
A strike by Malcom late in extra-time handed Brazil the gold medal in the men's football final against Spain. Luis de la Fuente's side came from behind, Mikel Oyarzabal cancelling out Cunha's opener, while Richarlison missed a first half penalty.
And what a moment for Brazil captain Dani Alves, the player to have won the most honours in football history, who adds an Olympic gold medal to his astonishing list of achievements.
Hosts Japan pip USA to baseball gold
Japan won the Olympic gold medal in baseball in Yokohama, beating the United States 2-0. The US claimed the silver medal and the Dominican Republic took bronze earlier on Saturday by defeating South Korea 10-6.
Lasitskene wins gold in women's high jump
ROC's Mariya Lasitskene won gold in the women's high jump clearing 2.04m. Australia's Nicola McDermott won silver on 2.02 and Ukrainian Yaroslava Mahuchikh claimed the bronze on 2.00.
Gold for Team USA in men's 4 x 400m relay
Team USA's men's 4 x 400m relay team made it a clean sweep of the gold medals in the event in both categories. After the US women had won their race, Michael Cherry, Michael Norman, Bryce Deadmon and Rai Benjamin clinched gold in the men's race, recording a season best time of 2:55.70.
The Netherlands finished second on 2:57.18 and Botswana came in third to win their first medals of the Games on 2:57.27.
Allyson Felix in seventh heaven
Team USA crossed the line first to take gold in the women's 4 x 400m relay. A productive evening for Sydney McLaughlin, Dalilah Muhammad, Athing Mu but especially for Allyson Felix, who ended her last Olympic race in style, claiming the seventh gold medal of her career and the 11th overall.
Team USA came home in 3:16.85 ahead of Poland and Jamaica.
Chopra wins India's first athletic gold
Neeraj Chopra won the men's javelin with a best throw of 87.58 metres, claiming an historic first Olympic gold in athletics for India. He was followed by Czech Republic pair - Jakub Vadlejch won silver with a best attempt of 86.67 metres and Vitezslav Vesely claimed the bronze with 85.44.
Jakob Ingebrigtsen shreds men's 1500m Olympic record
Jakob Ingebrigtsen came home first for Norway and set a new Olympic record in the men's 1500m final. The Norwegian cross the line on 3:28.32, slicing a good three seconds over the previous record, set by Kenya's Abel Kipsang during the heats at Tokyo 2020.
Kenya's Timothy Cheruiyot just edged out Team GB's Josh Kerr on the line to take silver - both men finishing under 2:30.
Sifan Hassan, gold again
Sifan Hassan picked up her second gold and third medal overall at Tokyo 2020 after winning the women's 10,000m with a time of 29:55.32. LetesenbetGidey had led during the final few laps but slipped to third on the final lap to take bronze with Kalkidan Gezahegne taking silver.
Team GB's Choong wins men's modern pentathlon
Joseph Choong made it a double for Team GB in the modern pentathlon by winning the men's event on Saturday. Ahmed Elgendy of Egypt took silver and South Korea's Jun Woong-tae the bronze.
Choong's gold was Britain's second in the pentathlon after Kate French won the women's event.
Linoy Ashram wins historic gold for Israel
Linoy Ashram became Israel's first gold medalist in the rhythmic gymnastic event, ending with a score of 107.800 ahead of ROC's Dina Averina and Belarus' Alina Harnasko.
Bronze for Spain in men's handball
Spain beat Egypt 31-33 to pick up the bronze medal in today's game for third place. France and Denmark will contest the gold medal in the final later today.
Waterpolo: more gold in the pool for Team USA
The United States beat Spain to win the gold medal in the women's water polo competition at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday.
Spain were awarded silver, while Hungary earned bronze after beating the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) team earlier in the day.
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Baseball: bronze for Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic won the bronze medal in baseball on Saturday, with a pair of huge innings at the plate wrapping around South Korea's one big rally to secure a 10-6 victory.
The Caribbean country's first-ever medal in a team sport will be well-celebrated in a nation where many of its 11 million people grow up playing baseball, with the poor using bottle caps or whatever they can find on the streets as a makeshift ball.
Missing out on the Tokyo 2020 podium piles additional disappointment for South Korea after the United States won against them in the semi-finals, denying them the chance of winning a second straight gold in baseball at the Games. The team had two returnees, including former Major Leaguer Kim Hyun-soo, from a 2008 run when baseball last appeared in the Olympics. Kim shook hands of winning Dominican friends on Saturday as he left the field.
The United States and Japan play for the first Olympic gold in baseball in 13 years later on Saturday.
Diving: China silver-gold
China’s Cao Yuan and Yang Jian placed first and second at the men’s 10m platform final at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre.
The British diver Tom Daley placed third, winning his fourth Olympic medal.
Boxing: Brazil's Sousa wins in style
Brazil’s Hebert Sousa takes the men’s middleweight boxing gold medal.
It happened in shocking fashion when his bout with Ukraine’s Oleksandr Khyzhniak was stopped by a third-round knockdown.
Boxing: Golden Galal for Team UK
A dominant display from the British boxer Galal Yafai sees him beat Carlo Paalam to become Olympic champion.
Team USA's Nelly Korda wins gold in women's golf
It's the first women's title in Olympic golf for the US since 1900.
Team USA take Olympic basketball gold again
Kevin Durant led the United States to victory over France in the men's basketball final, as Gregg Popovich's team came good.
A game-high haul of 29 points from Brooklyn Nets superstar Durant saw the United States to a victory that avenged their opening group-stage loss to France.
Kenya grab gold and silver in women's marathon
It was a one-two for Kenya as many predicted in the women's marathon, although the favourite Brigid Kosgei took silver, while her compatriot Peres Jepchirchir got the gold. The suprise medal went to the US, with Molly Sidel taking bronze in only her third ever marathon. She kept pace with the leaders right through to nearly 40 km but was eventually shaken off by the Kenyans.
Canada clinch first football gold after tense shootout
Canada won the women's football final, beating Sweden in a game that went right down to the wire. The score stood at 1-1 after 120 minutes and was decided from the penalty spot. Both teams converted two and missed three, with the shootout agonisingly going to instant death. Julia Grosso struck the decisive spot-kick, sending her effort inside the top corner.
It is Canada's first Olympic gold in women's football, they collected bronze in 2012 and 2016.
Liu Shiying wins women's javelin with first throw
An opening throw of 66.34 metres proved more than enough for China's Liu Shiying to win Olympic gold in the women's javelin. Poland's Maria Andrejczyk won silver with a throw of 64.61 metres and Kelsey-Lee Barber of Australia took bronze with 64.56, her best performance of the season.
Italy storm home in 37.50 to win Men's 4 x 100m relay
Italy's men's 4 x 100m relay team set a new national record to win the gold medal in today's final, finishing on 37.50 seconds. It was Italy's first medal in the sprint relay in over 70 years.
There was another relay medal for Great Britain who took the silver medal after coming home just behind Italy on 37.51 and completing the podium, Canada who registered 37.70 - also a season's best time.
Tokyo Olympics: Canada win gold to make history, Thompson-Herah makes it a treble
Elaine Thompson-Herah completed a stunning sprint hat-trick at the Tokyo Olympics as Italy enjoyed further success on the track on Friday.
Having won both the 100m and 200m individual finals, Thompson-Herah was part of the impressive Jamaica team, alongside Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Shericka Jackson and Briana Williams, that won the women’s 4x100m relay, finishing ahead of the United States.
Faith Kipyegon wins back-to-back 1500m golds for Kenya
Kenya's Faith Kipyegon defended her 1500m crown, crossing the line first on 3:53.11 to set a new Olympic record. Great Britain's Laura Muir came in second on 3:54.50 - a new national record, to take silver and Sifan Hassan finished third to collect another bronze for the Netherlands.
Day 15: plenty still on the line
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Tokyo Olympic medal table: Day 15
With Day 15 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, Saturday 7 August, in Tokyo.
China were still leading the table coming into Saturday's events. Will they still be top of the golden pile at the end of it?
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