Tokyo Olympics Day 3 Medal Count: China and Japan clinch 7 medals each, India drop to 34th in the table

Have a look at all the gold medal winners on Day 3 of the Tokyo Olympics.

SportsTiger StaffAuthor

Updated - 26 July 2021 11:40 PM

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Day three of the Tokyo Olympics belonged to China and Japan as both nations bagged 7 medals each to boost their medals tally. With some great performances from their athletes, Japan have taken the top spot in the medal tally table, standing with 8 gold medals. Meanwhile, USA clinched 4 more medals in the day to take their medal count to 14. China had a good outing as well, who now sit at third spot in the table and with the maximum number of medals, 18.

For the second consecutive day with no medals to show, India have slipped down to 34th place in the table with Mirabai Chanu’s silver medal the only honour so far.

Here's the medal tally:

A lot of medals were bagged by the athletes across multiple events on Monday. Have a look at all the medal winners on Day 3 of the Tokyo Olympics:

Gold medal winners on Day 3:

South Korea: Archery: Men’s team

Russia: Artistic gymnastics: Men’s team

Benjamin Savsek (Slo): Canoe Slalom: Men

Tom Pidcock (GBr): Cycling Mountain bike: Men’s cross-country

Thomas Daley & Matty Lee (GBr): Diving: Men’s synchronised 10m platform

Cheung Ka Long (HK): Fencing: Men’s foil

Sofia Pozdniakova (ROC): Fencing: Women’s sabre

Nora Gjakova (Kos): Judo: Women’s 57kg

Shohei Ono (Jpn): Judo: Men’s 73kg

Vincent Hancock (USA): Shooting: Skeet men

Amber English (USA): Shooting: Skeet women

Momiji Nishiya (Jpn): Skateboarding: Women’s street

Ariarne Timus (Aus): Swimming: Women’s 400m freestyle

Margaret MacNeil (Can): Swimming: Women’s 100m butterfly

Adam Peaty (GBr): Swimming: Men’s 100m breaststroke

USA: Swimming: Men’s 4x100m freestyle

Jun Mizutani & Mima Ito (Jpn): Table tennis: Mixed doubles

Maksim Khramtcov (Rus): Taekwondo: Men’s 80kg

Matea Jelic (Cro): Taekwondo: Women’s 67kg

Kristian Blummenfelt (Nor): Triathlon: Men

Hidily Diaz (Phi): Weightlifting: Women’s 55kg


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