Tokyo Olympics Day 2 Medal Count: USA clinch 10 medals on Sunday; India drop down to 24th position

Check out the list of all the medal winners on Day 2 of the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Rohan GulatyAuthor

Updated - 25 July 2021 10:56 PM

Olympics day 2 medal count

After a thrilling opening day of action in Tokyo, the stage was set for Day 2 of the Summer Games in the capital of Japan. All the eyes were on USA who failed to win a single medal on Saturday. With swimming finals scheduled for Sunday, it was always going to be an action packed day. And the drama did unfold as Tunisia's Ahmed Hafnaoui clinched a historic gold medal in the men's 400m freestyle event against all odds.

Despite a slight setback in swimming, USA did have a good outing in Tokyo as they bagged 10 medals (4 Gold, 2 Silver, 4 Bronze) on Sunday. Meanwhile, China continued their dominance in the Games and retained their spot at top of the standings. India's only major hope for the medal on Day 2 was from shooting sensation Manu Bhaker who unfortunately got eliminated in the women's 10m air pistol qualifying round.

With no medal to their name on Sunday, India fell down from 12th to 24th position in the medal tally.

There were a lot of medal events that were clinched by athletes across various sports ranging from Taekwondo, Cycling, Diving, Archery, Judo etc. Below is a list of all the medals won on Day 2 of the 2020 Summer Olympics:

Medal Winners on Day 2

Swimming (Men's 400m Freestyle)

Gold - Ahmed Hafnaoui (Tunisia)

Silver - Jack McLoughlin (Australia)

Bronze - Kieran Smith (USA)

Swimming (Women's 400m Individual Medley)

Gold - Yui Ohashi (Japan)

Silver - Emma Weyant (USA)

Bronze - Hali Flickinger (USA)

Swimming (Men's 400m Individual Medley)

Gold - Chase Kalisz (USA)

Silver - Jay Litherland (USA)

Bronze - Brendon Smith (Australia)

Swimming (Women's 4x100m Freestyle Relay)

Gold - B. Campbell/C. Campbell/E. McKeon/M. Harris (Australia)

Silver - M. Macneil/P. Oleksiak/K. Sanchez/R, Smith (Canada)

Bronze - A. Weitzeil/E. Brown/N. Hinds/S. Manuel (USA)

Shooting (Women's 10m Air Pistol)

Gold - Vitalina Batsarashkina (ROC)

Silver - Antoaneta Kostadinova (Bulgaria)

Bronze - Jiang Ranxin (China)

Shooting (Men's 10m Air Rifle)

Gold - William Shaner (USA)

Silver - Sheng Lihao (China)

Bronze - Yang Haoran (China)

Diving (Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard)

Gold - H.Wang/T.M. Shi (China)

Silver - M.Citrini Beaulieu/J. Abel (Canada)

Bronze - L. Hentschel/T. Punzel (Germany)

Cycling (Women's Road Race)

Gold - Anna Kiesenhofer (Austria)

Silver - Annemiek van Vleuten (Netherlands)

Bronze - Elisa Longo Borghini (Italy)

Archery (Women's Team Event)

Gold - Jang Minhee/Kang Chae-young/An San (South Korea)

Silver - Svetlana Gomboeva/Elena Osipova/Ksenia Perova (ROC)

Bronze - Charline Schwarz/Michelle Kroppen/Lisa Unruh (Germany)

Fencing (Women's Individual Foil)

Gold - Lee Kiefer (USA)

Silver - Inna Deriglazova (ROC)

Bronze - Larisa Korobeynikova (ROC)

Fencing (Men's Individual Epee)

Gold -Romain Cannone (France)

Silver - Gergely Siklosi (Hingary)

Bronze - Ihor Reizlin (Ukraine)

Weightlifting (Men's 67kg)

Gold - Chen Lijun (China)

Silver - Luis Javier Mosquera (Colombia)

Bronze - Mirko Zanni (Italy)

Weightlifting (Men's 61kg)

Gold - Li Fabin (China)

Silver - Eko Yuli Irawan (Indonesia)

Bronze - Igor Son (Kazakhstan)

Skateboarding (Men's Street)

Gold - Yuto Horigome (Japan)

Silver - Kelvin Hoefler (Brazil)

Bronze - Jagger Eaton (USA)

Judo (Women's 52kg)

Gold - Uta Abe (Japan)

Silver - Amandine Buchard (France)

Bronze - Chelsie Giles (Great Britain)

Bronze - Odette Giuffrida (Italy)

Judo (Men's 66kg)

Gold - Hifumi Abe (Japan)

Silver - Vazha Margvelashvili (Georgia)

Bronze - Daniel Cargnin (Brazil)

Bronze - An Baul (South Korea)

Taekwondo (Women's 57kg)

Gold - Anastasija Zolotic (USA)

Silver - Tatiana Kudashova (ROC)

Bronze - Hatice Kubra Ilgun (Turkey)

Bronze - Lo Chia-Ling (Chinese Taipei)

Taekwondo (Men's 68kg)

Gold - Ulugbek Rashitov (Uzbekistan)

Silver - Bradly Sinden (Great Britain)

Bronze - Zhao Shuai (China)

Bronze - Hakan Recber (Turkey)

Medal Tally after Day 2

1. China - 11 Medals (6 Gold, 1 Silver, 4 Bronze)

2. Japan - 6 Medals (5 Gold, 1 Silver)

3. USA - 10 Medals (4 Gold, 2 Silver, 4 Bronze)

4. South Korea - 5 Medals (2 Gold, 3 Bronze)

5. ROC - 7 Medals (1 Gold, 4 Silver, 2 Bronze)

6. Italy - 5 Medals (1 Gold, 1 Silver, 3 Bronze)

7. Australia - 3 Medals (1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)

7. France - 3 Medals (1 Gold, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)

9. Hungary - 2 Medals (1 Gold, 1 Silver)

9. Tunisia - 2 Medals (1 Gold, 1 Silver)

24. India - 1 Medal (1 Silver)


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