Tokyo Paralympics Day 12 Medal Count: China finishes at top with 96 gold medals, India ends campaign at 24th spot

China’s gold medals were 55 more than that of second-placed Great Britain’s.

Yaksh Author

Updated - 5 September 2021 11:01 pm

Safe to say that after a relatively slow start in the summer games, India has stamped its authority after securing its first medal. As they ended the last day of the Tokyo Paralympics 2020 games by obtaining a gold and a silver medal. Both the medals on Day 12 were bagged by Indian shuttlers, wherein Krishna Nagar defeated Hong Kong’s Chu Man-Kai. In the second contest French shuttler Lucas Mazur got the better of Suhas Yathiraj as the latter settled for silver and ended India’s medal tally with best ever 19 medals.

Having said that, since Day 1 of the Paralympics 2020 games in Tokyo, China has been dominant and that's exactly how they have ended the last and final day. China’s 96 gold medals were 55 more than that of second-placed Great Britain’s. USA, meanwhile, got the better of RPC in the medal tally as it finished with 1 more gold medal as its campaign ended. With ample events on display on Day 12, let us look upon all the medalists from some noticeable events.

Medalists from Day 12 of Tokyo Paralympics 2020 Games:

Athletics - Men’s Marathon: Sports Class: T54

Gold- Marcel Hug (Switzerland)

Silver- Yong Zhang (China)

Bronze- Daniel Romanchuk (USA)

Athletics - Men’s Marathon: Sports Class: T12

Gold- El Amin Chentouf (Morocco)

Silver- Jaryd Clifford (Australia)

Bronze- Tadashi Horikoshi (Japan)

Athletics - Women’s Marathon: Sports Class: T12

Gold- Misato Michishita (Japan)

Silver- Elena Pautova (RPC)

Bronze- Louzanne Coetzee (South Africa)

Athletics - Women’s Marathon: Sports Class: T54

Gold- Madison de Rozario (Australia)

Silver- Manuela Schaer (Switzerland)

Bronze- Nikita den Boer (Netherlands)

Athletics - Men’s Marathon: Sports Class: T46

Gold- Chaoyan Li (China)

Silver- Alex Douglas Pires da Silva (Brazil)

Bronze- Tsutomu Nagata (Japan)

Badminton - Men’s Singles: Sports Class: SH6

Gold- Krishna Nagar (India)

Silver- Chu Man Kai (Hong Kong)

Bronze- Krysten Coombs (Great Britain)

Sitting Volleyball - Women’s

Gold- USA

Silver- China

Bronze- Brazil

Wheelchair Basketball - Men’s

Gold- USA

Silver- Japan

Bronze- Great Britain

Shooting - Mixed 50m Rifles: Sports Class: SH1

Gold- Veronika Vadovivoca (Slovakia)

Silver- Anna Mormann (Sweden)

Bronze- Juan Antonio Saavedra Reinaldo (Spain)

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