Tokyo Olympics Medal Tally: The US ranks first with 8 gold, India slips further down in medal tally


Delhi. Today is the fourth day of the Tokyo Olympics and America has reached first place in the medal tally with 8 gold medals. Japan also has the same amount of gold. But in terms of the total number of medals, it is behind America (19). America has so far won 8 Gold, 3 Silver, and 8 Bronze medals. At the same time, Japan has won two silver and three bronze. China ranks third in the medal tally. He has won seven gold so far. If we talk about the total medals, then it is also equal to America. India has slipped down in the medal tally due to the disappointing performance of the players in shooting and boxing. India is ranked 34th with a silver medal.

India also made a great start to the Tokyo Olympics. On the very first day, 26-year-old weightlifter Mirabai Chanu got India's place in the medal tally. He opened the account of medals for India by winning the silver medal in the 49 kg category. But since then India has not won a single medal. Top 10 countries that won medals in Tokyo Olympics.

Country/NOC Gold Silver Bronze Total

1. US 8 3 8 19

2. Japan 8 2 3 13

3. China 7 5 7 19

4. ROC 5 7 3 15

5. UK 4 5 1 10

6. Australia 3 1 3 7

7 . d. Korea 3 0 4 7

8. Kosovo 2 0 0 2

9. Italy 1 4 4 9

10. Canada 1 3 1 5

34. India 0 1 0 1

India has not won a single medal in shooting so far

India did not have a good start on the fourth day of the Tokyo Games (Tokyo 2020) i.e. on Tuesday. Indian shooter Saurabh Chaudhary and Manu Bhaker crashed out of the medal race for the 10m air pistol mixed team event. After the first leg, the Indian pair was on top, but in the second leg, the pair of Saurabh and Manu Bhaker could only score 380 and finished 7th.

Earlier, the Indian pair could not win a medal in the individual event as well. At the same time, the pair of Abhishek and Yashaswini crashed out of the competition in the first leg after finishing 17th with 564 points.

India definitely made a great comeback in hockey. The men's team kept their hopes of reaching the quarter-finals alive after beating Spain 3-0 in the Pool A match. Rupinder Pal Singh scored two goals for India. The team had suffered a massive 1-7 defeat to Australia in the previous match.