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Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Olympic medal count: US tops in gold, China 2nd; ASEAN wins 13 medals

Host Japan ranks third in gold medals in final Tokyo 2020 standings

Hidilyn Diaz won the first-ever Olympic gold medal for the Philippines with her women's 55kg weightlifting during the Tokyo Olympic Games.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- The Tokyo Olympics concluded with Sunday night's closing ceremony. The race for medals was highly competitive until the end, especially among the U.S. and China as well as host nation Japan.

On the final day of the Games, the U.S. retook the lead over China in the race for golds, ending up with 39, while China won 38. Japan was third with 27. The European Union's member countries won 85 golds combined.

Other Asian countries and regions had major moments of glory. Hong Kong fencer Edgar Cheung Ka-long won the city's first Olympic gold medal, while weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz of the Philippines also won her country's first-ever gold. Among Southeast Asian countries, the Philippines won four medals in total, while Indonesia grabbed five, followed by Thailand and Malaysia with two apiece.

India also achieved its best result ever at the Olympics, with seven medals including one gold, two silvers and four bronzes.

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Medal count (As of Aug. 8)

RankTeam/NOCGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1U.S.394133113
2China38321888
3

Japan

27141758
4

Great Britain

22212265
5Russian Olympic Committee*20282371
6

Australia

1772246
7

Netherlands

10121436
8

France

10121133
9

Germany

10111637
10

Italy

10102040
11

Canada

761124
12

Brazil

76821
13

New Zealand

76720
14

Cuba

73515
15

Hungary

67720
16South Korea641020
17

Poland

45514
18

Czech Republic

44311
19

Kenya

44210
20

Norway

4228
21

Jamaica

4149
22

Spain

38617
23

Sweden

3609
24

Switzerland

34613
25

Denmark

34411
26

Croatia

3328
27Iran3227
28

Serbia

3159
29

Belgium

3137
30

Bulgaria

3126
31

Slovenia

3115
32

Uzbekistan

3025
33

Georgia

2518
34

Chinese Taipei

24612
35

Turkey

22913
36

Greece

2114
36

Uganda

2114
38

Ecuador

2103
39

Ireland

2024
39

Israel

2024
41

Qatar

2013
42

Bahamas

2002
42

Kosovo

2002
44

Ukraine

161219
45

Belarus

1337
46

Romania

1304
46

Venezuela

1304
48

India

1247
49Hong Kong1236
50

Philippines

1214
50

Slovakia

1214
52

South Africa

1203
53

Austria

1157
54

Egypt

1146
55

Indonesia

1135
56

Ethiopia

1124
56

Portugal

1124
58

Tunisia

1102
59

Estonia

1012
59

Fiji

1012
59

Latvia

1012
59

Thailand

1012
63

Bermuda

1001
63

Morocco

1001
63

Puerto Rico

1001
66

Colombia

0415
67

Azerbaijan

0347
68

Dominican Republic

0325
69

Armenia

0224
70

Kyrgyzstan

0213
71

Mongolia

0134
72

Argentina

0123
72

San Marino

0123
74

Jordan

0112
74

Malaysia

0112
74

Nigeria

0112
77

Bahrain

0101
77

Saudi Arabia

0101
77

Lithuania

0101
77

North Macedonia

0101
77

Namibia

0101
77

Turkmenistan

0101
83

Kazakhstan

0088
84

Mexico

0044
85

Finland

0022
86

Botswana

0011
86

Burkina Faso

0011
86Ivory Coast0011
86

Ghana

0011
86

Grenada

0011
86

Kuwait

0011
86

Republic of Moldova

0011
86

Syrian Arab Republic

0011

*Russia is not competing officially in the Games following a doping ban, but some of its athletes are participating as individuals under the umbrella of the Russian Olympic Committee.

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