As of Saturday, July 24, 24 medals have been won at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games.
7 gold, 7 silver and 10 bronze medals have been won so far on the first day of the competition.
China tops the pack with 3 medals, 2 gold and 1 bronze. Followed by the host country; Japan, Ecuador, Iran, Korea and Kosovo which had 1 gold each.
Belgium, India, Netherlands, Russian Olympic Committee (ROC), Serbia and Chinese Taipei have earned 1 silver medal each.
France, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Mongolia, Slovenia, Switzerland and Ukraine had 1 bronze medal each in the competition.
Full list of Medals won by Athletes
An San (S. Korea) – Archery
D. Krasniqi (Kosovo) – Judo
Z.H. Hou (China) – Weightlifting
J. Foroughi (Iran) – Shooting
J.D. Kim (S. Korea) – Archery
R. Carapaz (Ecuador) – Road Cycling
Q. Yang (China) – Shooting
A. Galashina (ROC) – Shooting
C. Mirabai (India) – Weightlifting
D. Mikec (Serbia) – Shooting
F. Tonaki (Japan) – Judo
G. Schloesser (Netherlands) – Archery
S. Wijler (Netherlands) – Archery
W. van Aert (Belgium) – Road Cycling
A. Valencia (Mexico) – Archery
D. Bilodid (Ukraine) – Judo
L. Álvarez (Mexico) Archery
L. Mkheidze (France) – Judo
U. Munkhbat (Mongolia) – Judo
N. Christen (Switzerland) – Shooting
W. Pang (China) – Shooting
T. Pogacar (Slovenia) – Road cycling
W.C. Aisah (Indonesia) – Weightlifting
Y. Smetov (Kazakhstan) – Judo