Tokyo Olympics end without spectators

Tokyo Olympics end without spectators

In Tokyo, the Olympic Games have ended, which have lasted since July 23.

This Olympics was supposed to take place a year ago, in 2020, but due to the pandemic, it was postponed. But the name was not changed.

There were no spectators at the closing ceremony of the Games – only representatives of the international and national Olympic committees, but journalists and sponsors.

The next Olympics should be held in 2024 in Paris.

Each country has delegated only one representative of its national team.

In general, Ukrainian athletes won 19 medals at these Games – 1 gold, 6 silver and 12 bronze.

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In terms of the total number of medals, Ukraine took 16th place, which is better than the result of the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, where the Ukrainians received 11 medals. Although there, the Ukrainians received 2 gold medals.

“Ukraine is in the TOP-20 at the Tokyo Olympics in terms of the total number of awards among 206 participating countries,” the Ministry of Youth and Sports said on Facebook.

At the Tokyo Olympics, Ukrainian athletes received medals in Greco-Roman and freestyle wrestling, boxing and karate, regular and synchronized swimming, rowing, and high jumping.

However, in the medal standings, which are most influenced by gold medals, Ukraine took 44th place.

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And the leaders of the medal standings are the USA, in which 113 medals, of which 39 are gold. They initially lagged behind China, which came in second at the end.

The third in the medal standings were the hosts of the Olympic Games – the Japanese.

The British are in fourth place, and the Russians are in fifth.

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