The 2020 edition of the Paralympics in Tokyo has given out hundreds of medals in the first four days of competition and will continue to do so over the next week and a half.

A few of the sports are winding down but there are others preparing to start up.

Eleven more nations have added their names to the medal winners for a total of 61. The People’s Republic of China continues to lead the medal count and has increased that lead with 30 gold medals and 77 medals overall. Great Britain is the next closest country with 16 gold and 43 overall. The United States holds on to their seventh place position with eleven golds and 22 overall.

Paralympic Medal Count – Day 4:
People’s Republic of China – 77
Great Britain – 43
RPC (Russia) – 40
Ukraine – 34
Australia – 27
Brazil – 23
United States – 22
France – 19
Italy – 18
Netherlands – 16
Spain – 14
Japan – 13
Uzbekistan – 11
Colombia – 9
Poland – 9
Azerbaijan – 9
Republic of Korea – 8
Canada – 8
Germany – 7
Turkey – 6
Algeria – 5
Belgium – 5
Egypt – 5
Mexico – 5
Belarus – 4
Hungary – 4
Greece – 4
Israel – 3
Kazakhstan – 3
New Zealand – 3
Tunisia – 3
Indonesia – 3
Denmark – 3
Nigeria – 3
Islamic Republic of Iran – 3
Thailand – 3
Slovakia – 2
Latvia – 2
Romania – 2
South Africa – 2
Ireland – 2
Switzerland – 2
Jordan – 2
Bulgaria – 2
Lithuania – 2
Venezuela – 2
Chile – 1
Singapore – 1
Austria – 1
Georgia – 1
Vietnam – 1
Argentina – 1
El Salvador – 1
Ethiopia – 1
Malaysia – 1
Czech Republic – 1
Hong Kong – 1
Montenegro – 1
Norway – 1
Chinese Taipei – 1
Uganda – 1