Tokyo Olympics Day 6 Medal Count: China back at top of standings; India down to 46th position

Talking about some key highlights of the day, USA's Caeleb Dressel set an Olympic Record timing of 47.02 seconds during his gold medal swim in men's 100m freestyle event.

Rohan Gulaty Author

Updated - 29 July 2021 11:35 pm

The Day 6 at Tokyo Olympics 2020 produced an exciting day for fans across the globe as China once again showed their class to go back to top of the standings of medal tally, displacing Japan. The Chinese contingent clinched medals in table tennis and swimming and went to first spot with 31 medals (15 Gold, 7 Silver, 9 Bronze) to their name. Meanwhile, Japan and USA also had a decent day as they completed the top three.

Talking about some key highlights of the day, USA's Caeleb Dressel set an Olympic Record timing of 47.02 seconds during his gold medal swim in men's 100m freestyle event. China's Zhang Yufei also broke the Olympic Record as she clinched gold medal in women's 200m butterfly with a scintillating timing of 2:03.86. Meanwhile, India dropped down to 46th position as they were not competing for any medals on Thursday.

Medal Tally after Day 6

Medal winners of major events

There were quite a lot of medal winners on Day 6, with so many event finals taking place on Thursday. Here is a list of few of the winners of major events in Tokyo:

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

Gold - Sunisa Lee (USA)

Silver - Rebeca Andrade (Brazil)

Bronze - Angelina Melnikova (ROC)

Fencing (Women's Team Foil)

Gold - ROC

Silver - France

Bronze - Italy

Table Tennis (Women's Singles)

Gold - Chen Meng (China)

Silver - Sun Yingsha (China)

Bronze - Mima Ito (Japan)

Swimming (Women's 200m Butterfly)

Gold - Zhang Yufei (China)

Silver - Regan Smith (USA)

Bronze - Hali Flickinger (USA)

Swimming (Men's 100m Freestyle)

Gold - Caeleb Dressel (USA)

Silver - Kyle Chalmers (Australia)

Bronze - Kliment Kolesnikov (ROC)

Swimming (Men's 800m Freestyle)

Gold - Robert Finke (USA)

Silver - Gregorio Paltrinieri (Italy)

Bronze - Mykhailo Romanchuk (Ukraine)

Swimming (Men's 200m Breaststroke)

Gold - Zac Stubblety-Cook (Australia)

Silver - Arno Kamminga (Netherlands)

Bronze - Matti Mattsson (Finland)

Shooting (Women's Trap)

Gold - Zuzana Rehak-Stefecekova (Slovakia)

Silver - Kayle Browning (USA)

Bronze - Alessandra Perilli (San Marino)

Shooting (Men's Trap)

Gold - Jiri Liptak (Czech Republic)

Silver - David Kostelecky (Czech Republic)

Bronze - Matthew Coward-Holley (Great Britain)

Rowing (Men's Coxless Pair)

Gold - Croatia

Silver - Romania

Bronze - Denmark

Rowing (Women's Coxless Pair)

Gold - New Zealand

Silver - ROC

Bronze - Canada

Judo (Women's 78kg)

Gold - Shori Hamada (Japan)

Silver - Madeleine Malonga (France)

Bronze - Mayra Aguiar (Brazil)

Bronze - Anna-Maria Wagner (Germany)

Judo (Men's 100kg)

Gold - Aaron Wolf (Japan)

Silver - Cho Gu-ham (South Korea)

Bronze - Niiaz Iliasov (ROC)

Bronze - Jorge Fonseca (Portugal)

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