The United States and the United Kingdom stand alone on the 12th day of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with six and five medals, respectively, in a structure that continues to be led by China, which was on Wednesday with only one silver medal.
The North Americans, who still have the highest number of medals (now 79, 70 from China), still won one out, three silver and two bronze, but have less gold than the Chinese (25 to 32).
Japan, still third in the medal tally, won a total of 40 golds, including four golds, two more gold, one silver and one bronze.
A significant jump in the top-10 has come to the UK, which is the fourth country with the highest number of medals overall. The British added two more gold, one silver and two bronze, along with eight additional medals, after attracting attention on Tuesday. With this, England rose from sixth to fourth place, surpassing the Olympic Committee of Russia and Australia.
Portugal dropped from 62nd to 65th. 85 countries that won medals in Tokyo 2020 – one more than yesterday.
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