Greece wins gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Greek Olympic team member Stefanos Duskos won rowing gold at the Tokyo Olympics.

At the Sea Forest Waterway Arena in Odaiba, Japan, Stefanos Duscos won the final race in men’s rowing at a distance of 2000 meters. His time was 6: 40.45, which is 1.21 seconds less than it took second-place Norwegian Kjetil Borsh. The bronze medal went to Damir Martin from Croatia (6: 42.58).

24-year-old Stefanos 5 years ago, at the Olympic Games in Rio, took sixth place. In Tokyo, he achieved the greatest success of his career. In the final, Duscos was initially fourth, but in the middle of the track he stepped forward and did not give up the leader’s place to anyone until the very finish.

In addition, Duscos set a new world record – 6 minutes and 40.45 seconds. The previous one, which belonged to New Zealander Maha Drysdale (6: 41.34), was beaten by almost a second.

This morning, the medal standings by country looked like this:

1.China – 19 gold, 10 silver, 11 bronze – 40 medals in total

2.Japan – 17 gold, 4 silver, 7 bronze – 28 medals in total

3. USA – 14 gold, 16 silver, 11 bronze – 41 medals in total

4.Russia – 10 gold, 14 silver, 10 bronze – 34 medals in total (due to the doping scandal, it is flying the flag of the Russian Olympic Committee)

5. Australia – 9 gold, 2 bronze, 11 bronze – 22 medals in total

6.United Kingdom – 6 gold, 9 silver, 9 bronze – 24 medals in total

7. South Korea – 5 gold, 4 silver, 6 bronze – 15 medals in total

8. Netherlands – 3 gold, 7 silver, 5 bronze – 15 medals in total

9.France – 3 gold, 5 silver, 5 bronze – 13 medals in total

10.Germany – 3 gold, 4 silver, 9 bronze – 16 medals in total

11. Canada – 3 gold, 3 silver, 5 bronze – 11 medals in total

12. New Zealand – 3 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze – a total of 8 medals

13. Czech Republic – 3 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze – 6 medals in total

14. Croatia – 3 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze – 6 medals in total

15.Italy – 2 gold, 7 silver, 11 bronze – 20 medals in total

16. Hungary – 2 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze – 5 medals in total

17. Slovenia – 2 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze – 4 medals in total

18. Kosovo – 2 gold – 2 medals in total

19. Brazil – 1 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze – 7 medals in total

19. Switzerland – 1 gold, 3 silver, 3 bronze – 7 medals in total

21. Georgia – 1 gold, 3 silver – 4 medals in total

21. Romania – 1 gold, 3 silver – 4 medals in total

23. Taiwan – 1 gold, 2 silver, 3 bronze – 6 medals in total

24. Hong Kong – 1 gold, 2 silver – 6 medals in total

24.South Africa – 1 gold, 2 silver – 6 medals in total

26. Austria – 1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze – 4 medals in total

26.Serbia – 1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze – 4 medals in total

28. Norway – 1 gold, 1 silver – 2 medals in total

28.Slovakia – 1 gold, 1 silver – 2 medals in total

28. Tunisia – 1 gold, 1 silver – 2 medals in total

31. Estonia – 1 gold, 1 bronze – 2 medals in total

31. Ireland – 1 gold, 1 bronze – 2 medals in total

31. Uzbekistan – 1 gold, 1 bronze – 2 medals in total

34. Bermuda – 1 gold – only 1 medal

34. Ecuador – 1 gold – total 1 medal

34. Ethiopia – 1 gold – only 1 medal

34. Fiji – 1 gold – total 1 medal

34.Greece – 1 gold – total 1 medal

34.Iran – 1 gold – total 1 medal

34. Latvia – 1 gold – total 1 medal

34. Philippines – 1 gold – total 1 medal

34. Thailand – 1 gold – total 1 medal

43. Colombia – 2 silver, 1 bronze – 3 medals in total

43. Spain – 2 silver, 1 bronze – 3 medals in total

45. Indonesia – 1 silver, 2 bronze – 3 medals in total

45. Mongolia – 1 silver, 2 bronze – 3 medals in total

47.Belgium – 1 silver, 1 bronze – 2 medals in total

47. Cuba – 1 silver, 1 bronze – 2 medals in total

47. Denmark – 1 silver, 1 bronze – 2 medals in total

47. Uganda – 1 silver, 1 bronze – 2 medals in total

51.Bulgaria – 1 silver – total 1 medal

51. India – 1 silver – 1 medal in total

51. Jordan – 1 silver – total 1 medal

51. North Macedonia – 1 silver – 1 medal in total

51. Poland – 1 silver – total 1 medal

51. Turkmenistan – 1 silver – total 1 medal

51. Venezuela – 1 silver – only 1 medal

58.Ukraine – 4 bronze – 4 medals in total

59.Kazakhstan – 3 bronze – total 3 medals

60. Egypt – 2 bronze – 2 medals in total

60. Mexico – 2 bronze – 2 medals in total

60.Turkey – 2 bronze – total 2 medals

63. Argentina – 1 bronze – total 1 medal

59. Azerbaijan – 1 bronze – total 1 medal

59. Cote d Ivoire – 1 bronze – total 1 medal

59. Finland – 1 bronze – total 1 medal

59. Israel – 1 bronze – total 1 medal

59. Kuwait – 1 bronze – total 1 medal

59. Portugal – 1 bronze – total 1 medal

59. San Marino – 1 bronze – only 1 medal.





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