On the 28th, 19-year-old Daiki Hashimoto won the gold medal in the men's individual all-around final, and Japan has won a total of 100 medals in the Olympic gymnastics so far.


Gymnastics is the first time that the total number of medals by competition has reached 100.

Japan won the first Olympic medal in gymnastics at the 1952 Helsinki Games, when it won four medals.



After that, the men's group won five consecutive gold medals at the Olympic Games from the 1960 Rome Games to the 1976 Montreal Games.

During this time, Takashi Ono and Sawao Kato won numerous medals in all-around and by discipline.



The girls also won the bronze medal of the only organization so far at the 1964 Tokyo Games.



Japan moved away from the two medals at the end of the 1992 Barcelona Games, but when they won four medals such as the men's team gold medal at the 2004 Athens Games, Kohei Uchimura won three medals from the following Beijing Games. I won a total of 7 medals, 3 gold medals and 4 silver medals.



In this tournament, where the total number of medals was 98, Daiki Hashimoto won the gold medal in the individual general final on the 28th, following the men's group winning the silver medal, making the total 100 medals.



Gymnastics is the first time that the number of medals by competition has reached 100.

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