The delayed 2020 Summer Olympic games in Tokyo have been in action for nearly a week.  On day six Slovakia, Portugal, and Finland add their names to the medal list for a total of 59 countries.  As some events wind down and near completion, others are just getting started including the track and field events.

Athletes from the United States added seven more medals for a total of 38 medals – 14 gold, 14 silver, and 10 bronze. One of those gold medals went to gymnast Suni Lee.

The People’s Republic of China and Japan are tied for the lead with the most gold medals at 15 each.

Medal Count Day 6:
United States – 38
People’s Republic of China – 31
ROC (Russia) – 28
Japan – 25
Australia – 20
Italy – 19
Great Britain – 18
Germany – 13
Netherlands – 13
Republic of Korea – 12
France – 11
Canada – 10
Brazil – 7
Switzerland – 6
Chinese Taipei – 6
Hungary – 5
Slovenia – 4
Romania – 4
Czech Republic – 4
New Zealand – 4
Serbia – 4
Ukraine – 4
Croatia – 3
Georgia – 3
Austria – 3
Spain – 3
Indonesia – 3
Mongolia – 3
Kazakhstan – 3
Kosovo – 2
Hong Kong, China – 2
Tunisia – 2
Estonia – 2
Ireland – 2
Uzbekistan – 2
South Africa – 2
Belgium – 2
Denmark – 2
Egypt – 2
Mexico – 2
Turkey – 2
Bermuda – 1
Ecuador – 1
Fiji – 1
Islamic Republic of Iran – 1
Latvia – 1
Norway – 1
Philippines – 1
Slovakia – 1
Thailand – 1
Bulgaria – 1
Colombia – 1
India – 1
Jordan – 1
North Macedonia – 1
Poland – 1
Turkmenistan – 1
Venezuela – 1
Argentina – 1
Cote d’Ivoire – 1
Cuba – 1
Finland – 1
Israel – 1
Kuwait – 1
Portugal – 1
San Marino – 1