Day 3 Medal Recap

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After the third day of competition at Rio 2016, the United States leads the medal standings with 19 medals, five of which were gold.

Below is the medal recap for Day 3 of the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Australia Australia

  • The Australian Women’s Rugby Sevens team won the gold medal in the first Olympic rugby tournament in over 100 years.

Azerbaijan Azerbaijan

  • Azerbaijani judoka Rustam Orujov earned the silver medal in the Men’s 73 kg.

Belgium Belgium

  • Belgian judoka Dirk Van Tichelt earned the second bronze medal of the Men’s 73 kg.

Brazil Brazil

  • Brazillian judoka Rafaela Silva won the gold medal in Women’s 57 kg.

Canada Canada

  • Canada earned the bronze medal in the Women’s Rugby Sevens tournament.
  • Canadian swimmer Kylie Masse earned the bronze medal in the Women’s 100m Backstroke.

China China

  • The Chinese Men’s Diving team won the gold medal in Synchronized 10m Platform.
  • The Chinese Gymnastics team earned the bronze medal in the Men’s All-Around competition.
  • Chinese swimmer Sun Yang won the gold medal in the Men’s 200m Freestyle race.
  • Chinese swimmer Xu Jiayu earned the silver medal in the Men’s 100m Backstroke.

 Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei

  • Chinese Taipei weightlifter Kuo Hsing-chun earned the bronze medal in Women’s 58 kg.

Colombia Colombia

  • Colombian weightlifter Óscar Figueroa won the gold medal in Men’s 62 kg.

Croatia Croatia

  • Croatian shooter Josip Glasnović won the gold medal in Men’s Trap.

Georgia Georgia

  • Georgian judoka Lasha Shavdatuashvili earned the first bronze medal in the Men’s 73 kg.

United-Kingdom Great Britain

  • British shooter Edward Ling won the bronze medal in Men’s Trap.
  • The British Diving team earned the bronze medal in Men’s Synchronized 10m Platform.

Hungary Hungary

  • Hungarian swimmer Katinka Hosszú won the gold medal in the Women’s 100m Backstroke.

Indonesia Indonesia

  • Indonesian weightlifter Eko Yuli Irawan earned the silver medal in the Men’s 62 kg.

Italy Italy

  • Italian shooter Niccolò Campriani earned the gold medal in the Men’s 10m Air Rifle.
  • Italian shooter Giovanni Pellielo earned the silver medal in Men’s Trap.

Japan Japan

  • The Japanese Gymnastics team won the gold medal in the  Men’s All-Around competition.
  • Japanese judoka Kaori Matsumoto earned the second bronze medal in Women’s 57 kg.
  • Japanese judoka Shohei Ono won the gold medal in Men’s 73 kg.

Kazakhstan Kazakhstan

  • Kazakhstani weightlifter Farkhad Kharki earned the bronze medal in the Men’s 62 kg.

Mongolia Mongolia

  • Mongolian judoka Dorjsürengiin Sumiya earned the silver medal in Women’s 57 kg.

New-Zealand New Zealand

  • New Zealand won the silver medal in the Women’s Rugby Sevens tournament.

Portugal Portugal

  • Portuguese judoka Telma Monteiro earned the fitst bronze medal in Women’s 57 kg.

Russia Russia

  • Russian shooter Vladimir Maslennikov earned the bronze medal in Men’s 10m Air Rifle.
  • The Russian Gymnastics team earned the silver medal in the Men’s All-Around competition.
  • Russian fencers Yana Egorian and Sofiya Velikaya each won the gold and silver medals in Women’s Individual Sabre.
  • Russian swimmer Yulia Efimova earned the silver medal in the Women’s 100m Breaststroke.

South-Africa South Africa

  • South African swimmer Chad le Clos earned the silver medal in the Men’s 200m Freestyle race.

Thailand Thailand

  • Thai weightlifter Sukanya Srisurat won the gold in Women’s 58 kg. Srisurat also set the Olympic record in the event with a lift of 240 kg.
  • Thai weightlifter Pimsiri Sirikaew earned the silver medal in Women’s 58 kg.

Ukraine Ukraine

  • Ukranian shooter Serhiy Kulish earned the silver in the Men’s 10m Air Rifle.
  • Ukranian fencer Olga Kharlan earned the bronze medal inWomen’s Individual Sabre.

United-States United States

  • The American Men’s Diving team earned the silver medal in Synchronized 10m Platform.
  • American swimmer Conor Dwyer earned the bronze medal in the Men’s 200m Freestyle race.
  • American swimmer Kathleen Baker earned the silver medal in the Women’s 100m Backstroke.
  • American swimmers Ryan Murphy and David Plummer each earned the gold and bronze medals in the Men’s 100m Backstroke. Murphy set an Olympic record of 51.97 seconds in the event.
  • American swimmers Lilly King and Katie Meili each earned the gold and bronze medals in the Women’s 100m Breaststroke. King set an Olympic record with a time of 1:04.93.

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