Harvest the seventh day in the Tokyo Olympics .. America is moving away and Japan threatens China

The seventh day of the Olympic Games, hosted by the Japanese capital, Tokyo, witnessed a strong rise for Japan in the medal table, as two gold medals separated it from the leader China, while America retreated and moved away from China by five golds.

On the other hand, despite some good results for Arab stars, they missed the coronation today as well.

* Men


- athletics


10 thousand m


gold: Ethiopian Salamon Barriga


Silver: Ugandan Joshua Heptaga


Bronze: Ugandan Jacob Kiplimo


- Swimming:


200 -

meter backstroke


gold: Russian Yevgeny Rilov


Silver: Ryan Murphy


Bronze: British Lok Grenpank


200 assorted


gold: Chinese Shaun Wang


Silver: Britain's Duncan Scott


Bronze: Swiss Jeremy Deblanche


- Judo


+100 kg


Gold: Lukash Kripalik


Silver: Georgian Guram Tuchishvili


Bronze: France's Teddy Renner


Bronze: Russia's

Tamirlan Bashaev


- Canoe Zigzag


Kayak


Gold: Czech Jiri Bershkavych Yakop


Silver:

French Teddy Renner


Bronze: German Hannes Aigner


- rowing


singles


Gold: Greek Stefanos Ntoscos


Silver: Norwegian Kjetil Borg


Bronze: Croatian Damir Martin


eight


Gold: New Zealand


Silver: Germany


Bronze: Britain


- racket


My husband


Gold: Croatia


Silver: Croatia


Bronze: New Zealand


- Bicycle


BMX race


gold: Dutch Nick caiman


silver: British Kay White


gold: Colombian Carlos Alberto Ramirez Yepes


- duel


sword (teams)


gold: Japan


silver: Russia


Bronze: South Korea


- table Tennis


Singles


gold: Chinese Long what


silver: Chinese Hindong van


Bronze: Germany's Dimitri Ovcharov

-


women's

100m freestyle,

gold: Australia's Emma McKeown,

silver: Bernadette Huggy, Hong Kong,

Bronze: Australia's Kate Campbell,

200m, breaststroke

: South Africa's Tatiana Schonmaker,

Silver: American Lily King,

Bronze: American Annie Lisour-

Judo

+78 kg weight

gold: Japanese Akira Sony

silver: Cuban Aadalis Ortiz

Bronze: French Roman Deco

Bronze: Azerbaijan Irina Kindzirsk

- Bicycle

BMX race

gold: British Bethanie Shriver

silver: Colombian Mariana Pajón

Bronze: Dutch Merrill Smulders

- rowing

solo
























Gold: New Zealand's Emma Twig


Silver: Russia's Hana Prakatsin


Bronze: Austrian Magdalena Lubnig


Eight


gold: Canada


Silver: New Zealand


Bronze: China


- crossbow


gold: South Korea's San Ann


Silver: Russia's Elena Osipova


Bronze: Italy's Lucilla Poiri


- gymnastics trampoline


gold: Chinese Shueng Zhou


Silver: China Lingling Liu


Bronze: British Briony Paige


-


25m Pistol

Shooting


Gold: Russia Vitalina Batsarashkina


Silver: ROK Minjong Kim


Bronze: Chinese Jiarukchuan Xiao


*Mixed


Badminton


Gold: China


Silver: China


Bronze: Japan

Medals Table


Gold Silver Bronze Total


China 19 10 11 40


Japan 17 4 7 28


United States 14 16 11 41


Russian Olympic Committee 10 14 10 34


Australia 9 2 11 22


Britain 6 9 9 24


South Korea 5 4 6 15


Netherlands 3 7 5 15


France 3 5 5 13


Germany 3 4 9 16


Canada 3 3 5 11


New Zealand 3 3 2 8


Czech Republic 3 2 1 6


Croatia 3 1 2 6


Italy 2 7 11 20


Hungary 2 1 2 5


Slovenia 2 1 1 4


Kosovo 2 0 0 2


Brazil 1 3 3 7


Switzerland 1 3 3 7


Georgia 1 3 0 4


Romania 1 3 0 4


Chinese Taipei 1 2 3 6


South Africa 1 2 0 3


Hong Kong 1 2 0 3


Austria 1 1 2 4


Serbia 1 1 2 4


Norway 1 1 0 2


Tunisia 1 1 0 2


Slovakia 1 1 0 2


Estonia 1 0 1 2


Uzbekistan 1 0 1 2


Ireland 1 0 1 2


Ethiopia 1 0 0 1


Ecuador 1 0 0 1


Philippines 1 0 0 1


Greece 1 0 0 1


Iran 1 0 0 1


Bermuda 1 0 0 1


Thailand 1 0 0 1


Fiji 1 0 0 1


Latvia 1 0 0 1


Spain 0 2 1 3


Colombia 0 2 1 3


Indonesia 0 1 2 3


Mongolia 0 1 2 3


Denmark 0 1 1 2


Uganda 0 1 1 2


Belgium 0 1 1 2


Cuba 0 1 1 2


Jordan 0 1 0 1


India 0 1 0 1


Bulgaria 0 1 0 1


Poland 0 1 0 1


Turkmenistan 0 1 0 1


Venezuela 0 1 0 1


Macedonia 0 1 0 1


Ukraine 0 0 4 4


Kazakhstan 0 0 3 3


Mexico 0 0 2 2


Turkey 0 0 2 2


Egypt 0 0 2 2


Azerbaijan 0 0 1 1


Israel 0 0 1 1


Argentina 0 0 1 1


Portugal 0 0 1 1


Kuwait 0 0 1 1


Ivory Coast 0 0 1 1


San Marino 0 0 1 1


Finland 0 0 1 1

Follow our latest local and sports news and the latest political and economic developments via Google news

Keywords: