Tokyo Olympics Day 5 Medal Count: Japan stay at top of standings; India fall down to 43rd position

The hosts continued their dominant display in the Games in Tokyo.

Rohan GulatyAuthor

Updated - 29 July 2021 10:19 AM

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

The Day 5 at Tokyo Olympics 2020 produced another thrilling day of sporting action in the capital of Japan. The hosts continued their impressive campaign as they held on to the top spot after clinching few more medals on Wednesday. Japan's Daiki Hashimoto secured the gold medal after his brilliant performance in Men's Artistic Individual all-round event.

Talking about India, there wasn't any major medal event as such apart from Rowing where they did not realistically stood a chance. Although there were a few positives for India with Pooja Rani, PV Sindhu and Deepika Kumari progressing to the next round, they fell down to 43rd position in the standings.

Medal Tally after Day 5

Medal winners of major events

There were quite a lot of medal winners on Day 5, with so many event finals taking place on Wednesday. Here is a list of few of the winners of major events in Tokyo:

Artistic Gymnastics (Men's Artistic Individual all-round)

Gold - Daiki Hashimoto (Japan)

Silver - Xiao Ruoteng (China)

Bronze - Nikita Nagornyy (ROC)

Diving (Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard)

Gold - China

Silver - USA

Bronze - Germany

3x3 Basketball (Men's Tournament)

Gold - Lativia

Silver - ROC

Bronze - Serbia

3x3 Basketball (Women's Tournament)

Gold - USA

Silver - ROC

Bronze - China

Equestrian (Individual Dressage)

Gold - Jessica von Bredow-Werndl (Germany)

Silver - Isabell Werth (Germany)

Bronze - Charlotte Dujardin (Great Britain)

Fencing (Men's Team Sabre)

Gold - South Korea

Silver - Italy

Bronze - Hungary

Judo (Women's 70kg)

Gold - Chizuru Arai (Japan)

Silver - Michaela Polleres (Austria)

Bronze - Sanne van Dijke (Netherlands)

Judo (Men's 90kg)

Gold - Lasha Bekauri (Gerogia)

Silver - Eduard Trippel (Germany)

Bronze - Davlat Bobonov (Uzbekistan)

Road Cycling (Women's Individual Time Trial)

Gold - Annemiek van Vleuten (Netherlands)

Silver - Marlen Reusser (Switzerland)

Bronze - Anna van der Breggen (Netherlands)

Road Cycling (Men's Individual Time Trial)

Gold - Primoz Roglic (Slovenia)

Silver - Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands)

Bronze - Rohan Dennis (Australia)

Rowing (Women's Double Sculls)

Gold - Romania

Silver - New Zealand

Bronze - Netherlands

Rowing (Men's Double Sculls)

Gold - France

Silver - Netherlands

Bronze - China

Rugby Sevens (Men's Tournament)

Gold - Fiji

Silver - New Zealand

Bronze - Argentina

Swimming (Women's 200m Freestyle)

Gold - Ariarne Titmus (Australia)

Silver - Siobhan Bernadette Haughey (Hong Kong)

Bronze - Penny Oleksiak (Canada)

Swimming (Men's 200m Butterfly)

Gold - Kristof Milak (Hungary)

Silver - Tomoru Honda (Japan)

Bronze - Federico Burdisso (Italy)

Weightlifting (Men's 73kg)

Gold - Shi Zhiyong (China)

Silver - Julio Mayora (Venezuela)

Bronze - Briken Calja (Albania)


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