Tokyo Olympics Day 7 Medal Count: China extend their lead at top of standings with total of 40 medals

Talking about some key highlights of the day, Serbia's Novak Djokovic was eliminated from both men's singles and mixed doubles event.

Rohan Gulaty Author

Updated - 31 July 2021 10:30 am

The Day 7 at Tokyo Olympics 2020 produced a mouth-watering day for fans across the globe as China continued their dominance and extended their lead at top of the standings of medal tally, with 40 medals in total. The Chinese contingent clinched 4 Gold, 3 Silver and 2 Bronze on Friday to add to their previous day's impressive tally. Meanwhile, Japan and USA also won a few medals each to complete the top three while India slipped down further to 51st position.

Talking about some key highlights of the day, Serbia's Novak Djokovic was eliminated from both men's singles and mixed doubles event. The World No. 1 suffered a major upset when he was defeated by Germany's Alexander Zverev to end his pursuit of completing a historic Gold Slam. Meanwhile, South Africa's Tatjana Schoenmaker broke the world record with timing of 2:18.95 during her gold medal winning swim in women's 200m breaststroke finals.

Medal Tally after Day 7

Medal winners of major events

There were quite a lot of medal winners on Day 7, with so many event finals taking place on Friday. Here is a list of few of the winners of major events in Tokyo:

Archery (Women's Individual)

Gold - An San (South Korea)

Silver - Elena Osipova (ROC)

Bronze - Lucilla Boari (Italy)

Athletics (10000m)

Gold - Selemon Barega (Ethiopia)

Silver - Joshua Cheptegei (Uganda)

Bronze - Jacob Kiplimo (Uganda)

BMX Racing (Men's)

Gold - Niek Kimmann (Netherlands)

Silver - Kye Whyte (Great Britain)

Bronze - Carlos Ramirez (Colombia)

BMX Racing (Women's)

Gold - Bethany Shriever (Great Britain)

Silver - Mariana Pajon (Colombia)

Bronze - Merel Smulders (Netherlands)

Badminton (Mixed Doubles)

Gold - Huang Dongping/Wang Yilyu (China)

Silver - Zheng Siwei/Huang Yaqiong (China)

Bronze - Arisa Higashino/Yuta Watanabe (Japan)

Canoe slalom (Men's slalom K-1)

Gold - Jiri Prskavec (Czech Republic)

Silver - Jakub Grigar (Slovakia)

Bronze - Hannes Aigner (Germany)

Fencing (Men's Team Epee)

Gold - Japan

Silver - ROC

Bronze - South Korea

Judo (Women's +78kg)

Gold - Akira Sone (Japan)

Silver - Idalys Ortiz (Cuba)

Bronze - Romane Dicko (France)

Bronze - Iryna Kindzerska (Azerbaijan)

Judo (Men's +100kg)

Gold - Lukas Krpalek (Czech Republic)

Silver - Guram Tushishvili (Gerogia)

Bronze - Tamerlan Bashaev (ROC)

Bronze - Teddy Riner (France)

Rowing (Women's Singles Skulls)

Gold - Emma Twigg (New Zealand)

Silver - Hanna Prakatsen (ROC)

Bronze - Magdalena Lobnig (Austria)

Rowing (Men's Singles Skulls)

Gold - Stefanos Ntouskos (Greece)

Silver - Kjetil Borch (Norway)

Bronze - Damir Martin (Croatia)

Shooting (Women's 25m Air Pistol)

Gold - Vitalina Batsarashkina (ROC)

Silver - Kim Min-jung (South Korea)

Bronze - Xiao Jiaruixuan (China)

Shooting (Women's 25m Air Pistol)

Gold - Vitalina Batsarashkina (ROC)

Silver - Kim Min-jung (South Korea)

Bronze - Xiao Jiaruixuan (China)

Swimming (Women's 200m Breaststroke)

Gold - Tatjana Schoenmaker (South Africa)

Silver - Lilly King (USA)

Bronze - Annie Lazor (USA)

Swimming (Men's 200m Backstroke)

Gold - Evgeny Rylov (ROC)

Silver - Ryan Murphy (USA)

Bronze - Luke Greenbank (Great Britain)

Table Tennis (Men's Singles)

Gold - Ma Long (China)

Silver - Fan Zhendong (China)

Bronze - Dimitrij Ovtcharov (Germany)

Tennis (Men's Doubles)

Gold - Nikola Mektic/Mate Pavic (Croatia)

Silver - Marin Cilic/Ivan Dodig (Croatia)

Bronze - Michael Venus/Marcus Daniell (New Zealand)

Trampolining (Women's Trampoline)

Gold - Zhu Xueying (China)

Silver - Liu Lingling (China)

Bronze - Bryony Page (Great Britain)

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