KATHMANDU: A total of 95 gold medals have been clinched at the 32nd Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Thirty-five nations, including the Russian Olympic team, have won gold medals. At the end of the sixth day of the Olympics, Japan has maintained its lead in the medal table.
Japan has so far won 22 medals, including 13 gold and four silver. Following Japan, China has won 27 medals, including 12 golds, while the United States, which is in third place, has won 31 medals, including 11 golds.
The Russian Olympic Committee has won seven golds, while Australia has won six. The United Kingdom has won five gold medals, South Korea four, Germany and France three.
The two gold winners are the Netherlands, Canada, Hungary, Slovenia and Kosovo. Similarly, the number of countries winning one gold is 21.
Nepali swimmer Gaurika Singh has set a national record at the Tokyo Olympics. In the 100-meter freestyle, Gaurika set a record of one minute and 11 seconds.
Despite setting a national record in the Olympics, Gaurika failed to reach the previous stage.
In swimming, Alex Sah of Nepal could not reach above the hit stage yesterday. Earlier, judo and shooting players were also eliminated from the preliminary stage.