Tokyo Olympics Day 4 Medal Count: Japan go on top with 10 gold medals; USA and China complete the top 3

Meanwhile, India dropped down to 39th position after failing to add to their medal tally.

Rohan GulatyAuthor

Updated - 28 July 2021 12:27 AM

India’s chances at Tokyo Olympics 2021

It was another brilliant day at Tokyo Olympics 2020 as Japan overtook USA and China to go at top of the medals tally. While Takanori Nagase won the gold medal in Judo - Men's 81kg for the hosts, the women's softball team also put on a show after defeating USA in the final of the event. The only major disappointment for Japan on Day 4 was the shocking defeat of Naomi Osaka at the hands of Czech's Marketa Vondrousova in the third round.

Talking about India, it was another disappointing day for the contingent in Tokyo. While Manu Bhaker and Saurabh Chaudhary failed to make it to the mixed 10m air pistol final, the badminton duo of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty also got eliminated despite their win. Sharath Kamal also got knocked out in Round 3 of table tennis men's singles. As a result, India could not add to their only silver medal at the Games won by Mirabai Chanu.

Medal Tally after Day 4

Medal winners of major events

There were quite a lot of medal winners on Day 4, with so many event final taking place on Tuesday. Here is a list of few of the winners of major events in Tokyo:

Artistic Gymnastics (Women's Artistic Team all-round)

Gold - ROC

Silver - USA

Bronze - Great Britain

Fencing (Women's Team Epee)

Gold - Estonia

Silver - South Korea

Bronze - Italy

Weightlifting (Women's 64kg)

Gold - Maude Charron (Canada)

Silver - Giorgia Bordignon (Italy)

Bronze - Chen Wen-Huei (Chinese Taipei)

Weightlifting (Women's 59kg)

Gold - Kuo Hsing-chun (Chinese Taipei)

Silver - Polina Guryeva (Turkmenistan)

Bronze - Mikiko Andoh (Japan)

Judo (Men's 81kg)

Gold - Takanori Nagase (Japan)

Silver - Saeid Mollaei (Mongolia)

Bronze - Shamil Borchashvili (Austria)

Judo (Women's 63kg)

Gold - Clarisse Agbegnenou (France)

Silver - Tina Trstenjak (Slovenia)

Bronze - Catherine Beauchemin-Pinard (Canada)

Shooting (Mixed 10m Air Rifle)

Gold - Qian Yang/Haoran Yang (China)

Silver - Mary Tucker/Lucas Kozeniesky (USA)

Bronze - Yulia Karimova/Sergey Kamenskiy (ROC)

Taekwondo (Women's 67kg)

Gold - Milica Mandic (Serbia)

Silver - Lee Da-bin (South Korea)

Bronze - Bianca Walkden (Great Britain)

Taekwondo (Men's 80kg)

Gold - Vladislav Larin (ROC)

Silver - Dejan Georgievski (North Macedonia)

Bronze - Rafael Alba (Cuba)

Softball (Women's)

Gold - Japan

Silver - USA

Bronze - Canada


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