Tokyo 2021 LIVE: Mijain Lopez enters the history of the Olympics!



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Tokyo 2021 LIVE: Mijain Lopez enters the history of the Olympics!

Like Michael Phelps in swimming, Carl Lewis in track-and-field, Al Oerter in discus throwing, Paul Elvstrøm in sailing and Kaori Icho in wrestling: Mijain Lopez, a 38-year-old Cuban, won the 4th consecutive gold medal at an Olympics, after Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016 and now in Tokyo.

He did it in the Greco-Roman wrestling, one of the symbolic matches of the Olympics. Mijain Lopez, aka El Terrible, defeated Georgia Iakobi Kajaia 5-0 in the 130-kilogram final and became the first man to win four Olympic gold medals in this discipline.

Medal table and the other results of the day

Medal table Rank-Team-Gold-Silver-Bronze-Total 1 China 29 17 16 62
2 USA 22 25 17 64
3 Japan 17 6 ​​10 33
4 Australia 14 4 15 33
5 ROC 12 21 17 50
6 Great Britain 11 12 12 35
7 France 6 10 7 23
8 Germany 6 6 11 23
9 South Korea 6 4 9 19
10 Netherlands 5 7 6 18
11 Italy 4 9 15 28
12 New Zealand 4 3 4 11
13 Czech Republic 4 3 1 8
14 Canada 3 4 7 14
15 Switzerland 3 4 5 12
16 Croatia 3 2 2 7
17 China Taipei 2 4 4 10
18 Brazil 2 3 5 10
19 Cuba 2 3 3 8
20 Hungary 2 2 2 6
21 Denmark 2 1 2 5
22 Slovenia 2 1 1 4
23 Ecuador 2 1 0 3
24 Greece 2 0 1 3
25 Kosovo 2 0 0 2
25 Qatar 2 0 0 2
27 Georgia 1 4 1 6
28 Spain 1 3 3 7
29 Romania 1 3 0 4
29 Sweden 1 3 0 4
29 Venezuela 1 3 0 4
32 Hong Kong 1 2 0 3
32 Slovakia 1 2 0 3
32 South Africa 1 2 0 3
35 Austria 1 1 3 5
35 Serbia 1 1 3 5
35 Indonesia 1 1 3 5
38 Jamaica 1 1 2 4
39 Belgium 1 1 1 3
39 Norway 1 1 1 3
39 Ethiopia 1 1 1 3
42 Poland 1 1 0 2
42 Tunisia 1 1 0 2
44 Turkey 1 0 4 5
45 Ireland 1 0 2 3
45 Israel 1 0 2 3
47 Belarus 1 0 1 2
47 Estonia 1 0 1 2
47 Fiji 1 0 1 2
47 Uzbekistan 1 0 1 2
51 Bermuda 1 0 0 1
51 Philippines 1 0 0 1
51 Iran 1 0 0 1
51 Latvia 1 0 0 1
51 Morocco 1 0 0 1
51 Puerto Rico 1 0 0 1
51 Thailand 1 0 0 1
58 Colombia 0 2 1 3
58 Dominican Republic 0 2 1 3
60 Ukraine 0 1 5 6
61 Mongolia 0 1 2 3
62 India 0 1 1 2
62 Portugal 0 1 1 2
62 San Marino 0 1 1 2
62 Uganda 0 1 1 2
62 Kenya 0 1 1 2
67 Bulgaria 0 1 0 1
67 Jordan 0 1 0 1
67 North Macedonia 0 1 0 1
67 Turkmenistan 0 1 0 1
71 Kazakhstan 0 0 3 3
71 Mexico 0 0 3 3
73 Azerbaijan 0 0 2 2
73 Egypt 0 0 2 2
75 Argentina 0 0 1 1
75 Armenia 0 0 1 1
75 Ivory Coast 0 0 1 1
75 Finland 0 0 1 1
75 Kuwait 0 0 1 1
75 Malaysia 0 0 1 1 What happened today Here is what happened this Monday at the Japanese Olympics in Tokyo, between historic medals and incredible goals.

Athletics, 3000 men's hedges: The Moroccan Soufiane El Bakkali won the 3000 hedges in 8'08 "90 ahead of the Ethiopian Lamecha Girma (8'10" 38) and the Kenyan Benjamin Kigen (8'11 "45). Athletics, 5000m women: The gold of the 5000m is for Dutch Sifan Hassan (14'36 "79) ahead of Kenyan Hellen Obiri (14'38" 36) and Ethiopian Gudaf Tsegay (14'38 "87).

Athletics, men's long jump: The Greek Miltiadis Tentoglou wins the gold medal in the long jump with a final deadlift at 8.41. Juan Miguel Echevarria of silver because of the second lower measure than that of the Greek.

Bronze to the other Cuban Maykel Masso with 8.21. Equestrian: Great Britain wins the gold medal with a negative total of 86.30, preceding Australia, silver with 100.20, and France, bronze with 101.50. Gimnastyc, free style women: gold for the American Jade Carey, silver for the Italian Vanessa Ferrari, double bronze for the Japanese Mai Murakami and the Russian Angelina Melnikova.

Gymnastics, men's rings: Chinese Liu Yang won the danati gold medal at the countryman You Hao and the Greek Elftherios Petrounias. Women's Weightlifting: China's Zhouyu Wang won gold in Women's Weightlifting, 87kg Women's category.

Silver to the Ecuadorian Tamara Yajaira Salazar Arce, bronze to the Dominican Crismery Santana. Men's 50m carbine: Changhong Zhang from China won gold. Silver to Russian Sergey Kamenskiy and bronze to Serbian Milenko Sebic.

Women's Badminton: Indonesians Greysia Polii and Apriyani Rahayu have won the women's doubles badminton tournament. Silver for the Chinese Chen and Jia, bronze for the Koreans Kim and Kong.