Here’s who won gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday
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Here’s who won gold medals at the Tokyo Olympics on Monday

Twenty-one gold medals were won. Here’s a breakdown of who’s taking home the gold:

Archery

  • Men’s Team: Republic of Korea

Artistic Gymnastics

  • Men’s Team: Russian Olympic Committee (ROC)

Canoe Slalom

  • Men’s Canoe: Benjamin Savsek, Slovenia

Cycling Mountain Bike

  • Men’s Cross-country: Thomas Pidcock, Great Britain

Diving

  • Men’s Synchronised 10m Platform: Great Britain

Fencing

  • Women’s Sabre Individual: Sofia Pozdniakova, ROC
  • Men’s Foil Individual: Cheung Ka Long, Hong Kong, China

Judo

  • Women’s -57kg: Nora Gjakova, Kosovo
  • Men’s -73kg: Shohei Ono, Japan

Shooting

  • Women’s Skeet: Amber English, United States
  • Men’s Skeet: Vincent Hancock, United States

Skateboarding

  • Women’s Street: Momiji Nishiya, Japan

Swimming

  • Women’s 100m Butterfly: Margaret MacNeil, Canada
  • Men’s 100m Breaststroke: Adam Peaty, Great Britain
  • Women’s 400m Freestyle: Ariarne Titmus, Australia
  • Men’s 4 X 100m Freestyle Relay: United States

Table Tennis

  • Mixed Doubles: Jun Mizutani/Mima Ito, Japan

Taekwondo

  • Women’s -67kg: Matea Jelic, Croatia
  • Men’s -80kg: Maksim Khramtcov, ROC

Triathlon

  • Men’s Individual: Krisitan Blummenfelt, Norway

Weightlifting

  • Women’s 55kg: Hidilyn Diaz, Philippines

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