Tokyo Olympics Day 14 Medal Count: India’s gold medal drought continues at 66th position; China remain firm at top

Day 14 of the Tokyo Olympics proved to be an enchanting one for the sports fans.

Yakshpat BhargavaAuthor

Updated - 06 August 2021 11:41 PM

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With the last couple of days remaining for the Tokyo Olympics 2020 to come to a close, August 6 proved to be a heart-breaking day for India as both their marquee wrestlers scheduled to participate failed to reach the final round. Not only that, the Women’s Hockey team also suffered a narrow 4-3 defeat via the hands of Great Britain which subsequently lowered the position of India to 66 in the medal tally. However, 23-years-old Golfer, Aditi Ashok seems to be in a glorious form after securing second position following Round 3.

Having said that, it was the Chinese contingent who managed to maintain their lead even after Day 14’s completion with 36 gold medals. United States of America did manage to win a gold medal (31) today, but it wasn’t enough to bridge their gap with China. The former contingent is followed by Japan with 24 gold medals. After which ranks Great Britain, whose tremendous form on day 14 ensured them a place higher than ROC in the medal tally.

All Winners from Major Events on Day 14 of Tokyo Olympics 2020

Day 14 of the Tokyo Olympics proved to be an enchanting one for the sports fans. The winners from some of the key events scheduled on August 6 are listed below-

Athletics – Women’s Javelin Throw Final

Gold- Shiying Liu (China)

Silver- Maria Andrejczyk (Poland)

Bronze- Kelsey Lee Barber (Australia)

Athletics – Women’s 400m

Gold- Shaunae Miller-Uibo (Bahamas)

Silver- Marileidy Paulino (Dominican Republic)

Bronze- Allyson Felix (USA)

Athletics – Women’s 4x100m Relay

Gold-  Jamaica

Silver- USA

Bronze- Great Britain

Athletics – Men’s 4x100m Relay

Gold- Italy

Silver- Great Britain

Bronze- Canada

Cycling Track – Women’s Madison

Gold- Great Britain

Silver- Denmark

Bronze- ROC

Cycling Track – Men’s Sprint

Gold- Harrie Lavreysen (Netherlands)

Silver- Jeffrey Hoogland (Netherlands)

Bronze- Jack Carlin (Great Britain)

Football – Women’s

Gold- Canada

Silver- Sweden

Bronze- USA

Hockey – Women’s

Gold- Netherlands

Silver- Argentina

Bronze- Great Britain

Karate – Men’s Kata

Gold- Ryo Kiyuna (Japan)

Silver- Damian Quintero (Spain)

Bronze- Ali Sofuoglu (Turkey) / Ariel Gutierrez Torres (USA)

Karate – Women’s Kumite – 61Kg

Gold- Jovana Prekovic (Serbia)

Silver- Xiaoyan Yin (China)

Bronze- Giana Lotfy (Egypt) / Merve Coban (Turkey)

Sports Climbing – Women’s Combined

Gold- Janja Garnbret (Slovenia)

Silver- Miho Nonaka (Japan)

Bronze- Akiyo Noguchi (Japan)

Table Tennis – Men’s Team

Gold- China

Silver- Germany

Bronze- Japan

Wrestling – Men’s 74Kg

Gold- Zaurbek Sidakov (ROC)

Silver- Mahamedkhabib Kadzimahamedau (Belarus)

Bronze- Bekzod Abdurakhmonov (Uzbekistan) / Kyle Dake (USA)


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