After the final full day of competition at the Tokyo Paralympics, the People’s Republic of China has dominated in the medal cunt with 96 gold medals and a total of 207 medals. The Chinese have earned over 75 more medals than the second place country of Great Britain who has 124.

The United States takes over third in the gold medal count with 37 but sits in fourth in overall medals with 104.

The festivities will conclude with the closing ceremonies on Sunday and the athletes begin to prepare for the 2024 games in Paris.

Paralympic Medal Count – Day 12:
People’s Republic of China – 207
Great Britain – 124
RPC (Russia) – 118
United States – 104
Ukraine – 98
Australia – 80
Brazil – 72
Italy – 69
Netherlands – 59
France – 54
Japan – 51
Germany – 43
Spain – 36
Poland – 25
Colombia – 24
Islamic Republic of Iran – 24
Republic of Korea – 24
Mexico – 22
Canada – 21

Azerbaijan – 19
Uzbekistan – 19
India – 19
Thailand – 18
Hungary –16
Belgium – 15
Turkey – 15
Switzerland – 14
New Zealand – 12
Algeria – 12
Tunisia – 11
Greece – 11
Nigeria – 10
Slovakia – 11
Morocco – 11
Austria – 9
Israel – 9
Argentina – 9
Indonesia – 9
Czech Republic – 8
Sweden – 8
Belarus – 7
Egypt – 7
Ireland – 7
Venezuela – 7
Croatia – 7
South Africa – 7
Chile – 6
Cuba – 6
Serbia – 6
Kazakhstan – 5
Latvia – 5
Denmark – 5
Finland – 5
Jordan – 5
Malaysia – 5
Hong Kong – 5
Norway – 4
Georgia – 3
Ecuador – 3
Lithuania – 3
Iraq – 3
United Arab Emirates – 3
Romania – 2
Bulgaria – 2
Sri Lanka – 2
Cyprus – 2
Slovenia – 2
Singapore – 2
Nambia – 2
Portugal – 2
Costa Rica – 2
Kuwait – 2
Vietnam – 1
El Salvador – 1
Ethiopia – 1
Montenegro – 1
Chinese Taipei – 1
Uganda – 1
Mongolia – 1
Kenya – 1
Oman – 1
Saudi Arabia – 1
Peru – 1
Pakistan – 1
Bosnia and Herzegovina – 1
Qatar – 1