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Tokyo Olympics 2020:Results ..continue...3rd day

Kristian Blummenfelt of Norway claimed gold in men's triathlon with Great Britain's Alex Yee to silver and New Zealand's Hayden Wilde to bronze.

Australia's Ariarne Titmus triumphed over five-time Olympic gold winner Katie Ledecky in the women's 400m freestyle on Monday.

Adam Peaty of Britain clinched the first gold medal for his country in 100m breaststroke. Netherland's Arno Kamminga, the only man other than Peaty to ever go under 58 seconds, took the silver medal while the bronze medal went to Nicolo Martinenghi of Italy.

Tom Pidcock won men's mountain bike cross-country cycling- Britain's first Olympic mountain biking medal.

Tom Daley of Britain finally won his first Olympic gold alongside Matty Lee in the men's synchronized 10 m platform

Maggi Mac Neil won her second medal of the games—Canada's first gold medal—in the 100m butterfly swimming race. She was followed by Y F Zhang of china for silver and E Mckeon of Australia for bronze.

Romain Cannone won France's first gold medal of the Games by beating Gergely Siklosi of Hungry 15-10 in the men's epee final. Igor Reizlin of Ukraine won the bronze with a 15-12 victory over Andrea Santarelli of Italy.

Ulugbek Rashitov won Uzbekistan's first Olympic men's taekwondo -68 kg category-- gold medal by beating Bradly Sinden of Britain on Sunday.

Japan's Judo stars Uta and Hifumi Abe become the first siblings in Olympic history to win gold medals on the same day at Tokyo 2020 on Sunday. Uta Abe triumphed in the women's 52 kg category beating France's Amandine Buchard who took silver whereas bronze went to Odette Giuffrida of Italy and Chelsie Giles of Britain.

Hifumi Abe defeated Georgia's Vazha Margvelashvili to score gold in men's 66 kg Judo. Bronze medals went to Baul An of South Korea and Daniel Cargnin of Brazil.

The United state won its third gold medal in women's fencing as Lee Kiefer won the foil event with a 15-13 victory over top-ranked Inna Deriglazova of Russia.

Anastasiza Zolotic won the first women's taekwondo gold medal ever for the United States. She defeated Russian Tatiana Minina to win the women's taekwondo -57 kg category gold medal on Sunday.

The USA is on top of the gold medal list till now with 7 medals followed by China and Japan, six each.

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