On day eleven of the Tokyo Olympic Games more sports have concluded while others are winding down.

As Kyrgyzstan and African nations Ghana and Nambia add their names to the list of medal winners, the People’s Republic of China continue to lead the list of gold medal winners with 32 – one third of their total medal count.  However, the United States continues to lead the overall medal count with 73 – 24 gold, 28 silver, and 21 bronze.

Olympic Medal Count Day 11:
United States – 73
People’s Republic of China – 69
ROC (Russia) – 52
Great Britain – 43
Japan – 36
Australia – 34
Germany – 30
Italy – 29
France – 24
Netherlands – 21
Republic of Korea – 19
New Zealand – 15
Brazil – 15
Canada – 14
Switzerland – 12
Hungary – 11
Cuba – 11
Chinese Taipei – 10
Spain – 9
Czech Republic – 8
Croatia – 8
Ukraine – 7
Poland – 6
Denmark – 6
Georgia – 6
Turkey – 6
Sweden – 5
Jamaica – 5
Austria – 5
Indonesia – 5
Serbia – 5
Norway – 4
Slovenia – 4
Romaia – 4
Venezuela – 4
Ecuador – 3
Greece – 3
Uzbekistan – 3
Hong Kong, China – 3
South Africa – 3
Slovakia – 3
Belgium – 3
Ethiopia – 3
Ireland – 3
Israel – 3
Armenia – 3
Colombia – 3
Dominican Republic – 3
Mongolia – 3
Portugal – 3
Azerbaijan – 3
Kazakhstan – 3
Mexico – 3
Kosovo – 2
Qatar – 2
Philippines – 2
Tunisia – 2
Belarus – 2
Estonia – 2
Fiji – 2
Islamic Republic of Iran – 2
Latvia – 2
India – 2
Kenya – 2
Kyrgyzstan – 2
Nigeria – 2
San Marino – 2
Uganda – 2
Egypt – 2
Bermuda – 1
Morocco – 1
Puerto Rico – 1
Thailand – 1
Bulgaria – 1
Jordan – 1
North Macedonia – 1
Nambia – 1
Turkmenistan – 1
Argentina – 1
Cote d’Ivoire – 1
Finland – 1
Ghana – 1
Kuwait – 1
Malaysia – 1