Tokyo Olympics Day 10 Medal Count: India Slips To 62nd Position; China asserts authority at top

Having added 5 gold medals on Day 10 of Tokyo Olympics, the day surely belonged to the Chinese Women athletes.

Yakshpat BhargavaAuthor

Updated - 02 August 2021 10:55 PM

Tokyo Olympics Day 5 Medal Count Japan stay at top of standings

The Day 10 of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 was certainly a good one for Indian sports enthusiasts as the Women’s Hockey team beat favorites Australia to barge their way into the semi-finals, courtesy to the heroics of Gurjit Kaur. However, it was China who strengthened their position at the top of the medal tally with 29 Gold medals, 17 Silver medals and 16 bronze medals, registering a total of 62 medals so far.

Having added 5 gold medals on Day 10, the day belonged to the Chinese Women’s athletes as they clinched gold in Women’s track cycling team sprint, women’s 87kg weightlifting. Moreover, China also ended up securing a gold in Men’s 50m rifle three positions.

Medal Tally after Day 10

Medal Winners From major Events at Day 10

There were a host of winners on Day 10 of the Tokyo Olympics. Here is a list of winners of major events in Tokyo Olympics 2020:

Artistic Gymnastics (Men’s Ring)

Gold-  Yang Liu (China)

Silver-  Hao You (China)

Bronze- Eleftherious Petrounias (Greece)

Artistic Gymnastics (Women’s Floor)

Gold- Jade Carey (USA)

Silver- Vanessa Ferrari (Italy)

Bronze- Mao Murakami (Japan) / Angelina Melnikova (ROC)

Artistic Gymnastic (Men’s Vault)

Gold- Jeahwan Shin

Silver- Denis Abliazin

Bronze- Artur Davtyan

Athletics (Men’s Long Jump)

Gold- Miltiadis Tentoglou (Greece)

Silver- Juan Miguel Echevarria (Cuba)

Bronze- Maykel Masso (Cuba)

Athletics (Women’s Discuss Throw)

Gold- Valarie Allman (USA)

Silver- Kristin Pudenz (Germany)

Bronze- Yaime Perez (Cuba)

Athletics (Women’s 100m Hurdles)

Gold- Jasmine Quinn Camacho (Puerto Rico)

Silver- Kendra Harrison (USA)

Bronze- Megan Tapper (Jamaica)

Badminton (Women’s Doubles)

Gold- Greysia POL II / Apriyani Rahayu (Indonesia)

Silver- Chen Qing CHEN / Fan Yi JIA (China)

Bronze- Heeyong Kong/ Soyeong Kim (Korea)

Badminton (Men’s Singles)

Gold- Viktor Axelsen (Denmark)

Silver- Long Chen (China)

Bronze- Sinisuka Anthony Ginting (Indonesia)

Cycling (Women’s Team Sprint)

Gold- China

Silver- Germany

Bronze- ROC

Equestrian (Team Jumping)

Gold- Great Britain

Silver- Australia

Bronze- France

Equestrian (Individual Jumping)

Gold- Julia Krajewski (Germany)

Silver- Tom McEwen (Great Britain)

Bronze- Andrew Hoy (Australia)

Shooting (Men’s 25m Rapid Fire)

Gold- Jean Quiquampoix (France)

Silver- Leuwis Pupo (Cuba)

Bronze- Yuehong LI (China)

Shooting (Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions)

Gold- Changhoong Zhang (China)

Silver- Sergey Kamenskiy (ROC)

Bronze- Milenko Sebic (Serbia)


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