2020 Summer Olympics medal table

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Medal achievements of each team during the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Legend:
   Countries that have so far won at least one gold medal.
   Countries that have so far won at least one silver medal (and no gold medals).
   Countries that have so far won at least one bronze medal (and no gold or silver medals).
   Countries that have not won any medals.
   Countries that did not participate in the 2020 Summer Olympics.

The following medal table is a list of National Olympic Committees (NOCs) and one non-NOC team ranked by the number of gold medals won by their athletes during the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, from 23 July to 8 August 2021.

Bermuda,[1] the Philippines,[2] and Qatar[3] won their first-ever Olympic gold medals, while San Marino[4] and Turkmenistan[5] won their first-ever medals.

Medals

The design for the Olympic medals for the 2020 Summer Olympics was created by Junichi Kawanishi. The medals were manufactured using metal extracted from recycled small electronic devices donated by the public. The ribbon uses the traditional Japanese design motifs found in ichimatsu moyo, a harmonised chequered pattern, and kasane no irome, a traditional kimono layering technique, in a modern presentation. The case is manufactured from Japanese ash wood dyed with the same colour as the Olympic emblem. The circular lid and the body of the case can be opened like a ring connected by a magnet.[6] The obverse of the medals features Nike, the Greek goddess of victory, in front of Panathenaic Stadium and the Olympic rings.[7]

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan, athletes were presented with their medals on trays and were asked to put them on themselves (or each other in case of team winners), rather than have them placed around their necks by a dignitary.[8]

Medal table

This is the table of the medal count of the 2020 Summer Olympics, based on the medal count of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). These rankings sort by the number of gold medals earned by a National Olympic Committee (NOC). The number of silver medals is taken into consideration next and then the number of bronze medals. If, after the above, countries are still tied, equal ranking is given and they are listed alphabetically by IOC Country Code. Although this information is provided by the IOC, the IOC itself does not recognize or endorse any ranking system.[9]

The 2020 Summer Olympic program featured 33 sports with 50 disciplines, and a total of 339 events, tentatively resulting in 339 medal sets to be distributed.

Two gold medals were awarded for a first-place tie in the men's high jump athletics event. No silver medal was awarded as a consequence.

Two bronze medals were awarded for a third-place tie in the women's floor gymnastics event. Also in boxing (13 events), judo (15 events), karate (8 events), taekwondo (8 events), and wrestling (18 events), two bronze medals are awarded in each event, for an additional 62 bronze medals.

  *   Host nation

2020 Summer Olympics medal table[10]
RankTeamGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China (CHN)32211669
2 United States (USA)25292175
3 Japan (JPN)*2071239
4 Australia (AUS)1541635
5 ROC (ROC)13211852
6 Great Britain (GBR)13171444
7 Germany (GER)881430
8 France (FRA)610824
9 Netherlands (NED)68822
10 South Korea (KOR)64919
11 New Zealand (NZL)64515
12 Italy (ITA)591529
13 Hungary (HUN)44311
14 Brazil (BRA)43815
15 Cuba (CUB)43411
16 Czech Republic (CZE)4318
17 Canada (CAN)34714
18 Switzerland (SUI)34512
19 Croatia (CRO)3328
20 Chinese Taipei (TPE)24511
21 Sweden (SWE)2406
22 Poland (POL)2226
23 Denmark (DEN)2136
24 Jamaica (JAM)2125
25 Norway (NOR)2114
 Slovenia (SLO)2114
27 Ecuador (ECU)2103
28 Greece (GRE)2013
 Uzbekistan (UZB)2013
30 Kosovo (KOS)2002
 Qatar (QAT)2002
32 Spain (ESP)14510
33 Georgia (GEO)1416
34 Romania (ROU)1304
 Venezuela (VEN)1304
36 Hong Kong (HKG)1203
 Slovakia (SVK)1203
 South Africa (RSA)1203
39 Austria (AUT)1135
 Indonesia (INA)1135
 Serbia (SRB)1135
42 Belgium (BEL)1113
 Ethiopia (ETH)1113
44 Philippines (PHI)1102
 Tunisia (TUN)1102
46 Turkey (TUR)1056
47 Ireland (IRL)1023
 Israel (ISR)1023
49 Belarus (BLR)1012
 Estonia (EST)1012
 Fiji (FIJ)1012
 Iran (IRI)1012
 Latvia (LAT)1012
54 Bermuda (BER)1001
 Morocco (MAR)1001
 Puerto Rico (PUR)1001
 Thailand (THA)1001
58 Armenia (ARM)0213
 Colombia (COL)0213
 Dominican Republic (DOM)0213
61 Ukraine (UKR)0167
62 India (IND)0123
 Mongolia (MGL)0123
 Portugal (POR)0123
65 Kenya (KEN)0112
 Kyrgyzstan (KGZ)0112
 Nigeria (NGR)0112
 San Marino (SMR)0112
 Uganda (UGA)0112
70 Bulgaria (BUL)0101
 Jordan (JOR)0101
 Namibia (NAM)0101
 North Macedonia (MKD)0101
 Turkmenistan (TKM)0101
75 Azerbaijan (AZE)0033
 Kazakhstan (KAZ)0033
 Mexico (MEX)0033
78 Egypt (EGY)0022
79 Argentina (ARG)0011
 Finland (FIN)0011
 Ghana (GHA)0011
 Ivory Coast (CIV)0011
 Kuwait (KUW)0011
 Malaysia (MAS)0011
Totals (84 teams)230228270728

See also

References

  1. ^ "Flora Duffy wins Bermuda's first Olympic gold as GB's Georgia Taylor-Brown takes silver". The Independent. 26 July 2021. Retrieved 26 July 2021.
  2. ^ "The Philippines Wins Its First Olympic Gold After Nearly 100 Years Of Trying". NPR.org. Retrieved 26 July 2021.
  3. ^ "Qatar wins first Olympic gold as Fares Ibrahim sets Olympic record". The Peninsula. 31 July 2021. Retrieved 31 July 2021.
  4. ^ "San Marino wins first Olympic medal in nation's history | NBC Olympics". www.nbcolympics.com. Retrieved 29 July 2021.
  5. ^ Weightlifter Guryeva wins Turkmenistan’s 1st Olympic medal
  6. ^ Etchells, Daniel (24 July 2019). "Tokyo 2020 Olympic medal designs unveiled with one-year-to-go". Inside the Games. Retrieved 10 July 2021.
  7. ^ Shankar, Saurabh (26 July 2019). "Giving medals a green touch - the Tokyo 2020 way". International Olympic Committee. Retrieved 10 July 2021.
  8. ^ "How the Olympics will look different this year". CTVNews. 14 July 2021. Retrieved 24 July 2021.
  9. ^ "www.olympic org Olympic Charter, p.99" (PDF). Retrieved 10 July 2021.
  10. ^ "Tokyo 2021: Olympic Medal Count". Olympics.

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