The Summer Olympic Games 2021 ended today with excitement and unexpected outcome in the 4×100 meters races for both men and women. Jamaica won the women’s 4×100 meters and Italy gave a stunning upset and blistering finish in the men’s race.
Watch Jamaica Win the Women’s 4×100 meters
What is Jamaica’s Medal Count?
Jamaica increased its medal count to 8 and is ranked 19th. The women have performed very well overall; however, there is a lot of work to be done on the quality of male sprinters that are left in the post Usain Bolt era.
|Hansle Parchment||ATH||Men’s 110m Hurdles||1||Gold Medal|
|Elaine Thompson Herah||ATH||Women’s 100m||1||Gold Medal|
|Elaine Thompson Herah||ATH||Women’s 200m||1||Gold Medal|
|Jamaica (Briana, Elaine, Shelly-Ann and Sherika)||ATH||Women’s 4 x 100m Relay||1||Gold Medal|
|Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce||ATH||Women’s 100m||2||Silver Medal|
|Ronald Levy||ATH||Men’s 110m Hurdles||3||Bronze Medal|
|Sherika Jackson||ATH||Women’s 100m||3||Bronze Medal|
|Megan Tapper||ATH||Women’s 100m hurdles||3||Bronze Medal|
Daily medal count and country rank at Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
- Day 2 – Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Country Rank and Medal Count
- Day 3 – Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Japan Leads Country Rank and China Leads Medal Count
- Day 4 – Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: USA Has Most Medals Counted But Japan Still Leads Country Rank
- Day 5 – Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Russia Claws Up in Medals Count and Country Rank
- Day 6 – Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: China Now Leading Country Rank and Medal Count
- Final Day – Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021: Final Country Rank and Medal Count
Stay tuned for more from the Tokyo Summer Olympics 2021.
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