Tokyo Olympics Medal Ranking: China Persistently on Top

China has consistently topped the Tokyo 2020 Olympics rankings after adding three golds on Sunday (1/8/2021).

China has temporarily collected 51 medals, including 24 gold, 14 silver and 13 bronze.

China’s first gold today was presented by Gong Lijiao, who is competing in the Women’s Shot Put or shot put in athletics.

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Gong Lijiao beat USA’s Raven Saunders (19.79 meters) and New Zealand’s Valerie Adams (19.62 meters) with a throw of 20.58 meters.

China’s final gold won today was presented by Chen Yufei, who had just finished the competition, at Musashino Forest Sport Plaza. Chen Yufei defeated world number one Taiwanese Tai Tzu Ying to become the women’s singles badminton champion.

Below China, the USA ranked second. After winning 3 gold today, they moved up one place, replacing the host Japan. In total,

The United States collected 59 medals, including 20 gold, 23 silver and 16 bronze.

Japan, on the other hand, dropped to third place with 31 medals, consisting of 17 gold, 5 silver and 9 bronze. Indonesia is in 57th place with three medals, one silver and two bronze.

All three of Indonesia’s medals were won by weightlifting. Indonesia is certain to add to the medal tally at the Tokyo Olympics via badminton.

Greysia Polii/Apriyani Rahayu women’s doubles will play against Chen Qingchen/Jia Yifan (China) in the final on Monday (2/8/2021). The men’s singles number also has the potential to award medals.

Anthony Sinisuka Ginting will face Kevin Cordon (Guatemala) tomorrow in the bronze medal match.

The provisional ranking of Tokyo 2020 Olympic medals continues to change today (1/8/2021) until 6pm WIB on Sunday. Indonesia is ranked 56th after being ranked 54th this afternoon.

Meanwhile, China still occupies the first place with a total of 50 medals. As of this afternoon, China has added three medals.

2020 Summer Olympics or officially XXXII. The Summer Olympic Games are the Olympic Games that were scheduled to be held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, from July 24 to August 9, 2020, but postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 125th Congress held in Buenos Aires on 7 September 2013.