United States at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics: Simone Biles, medalists, athletes and results, July 27


This day 4 feed is now closed (but feel free to scroll down and see how it all turned out!). If you want to keep up with the day’s events, head to our Olympic section for more in-depth coverage of the 2020 Games.

Number of medals for Day 4: 22

Find out where they were won and how the table is standing

Results and titles

ROC wins team gold in women’s artistic gymnastics

Simone Biles for the United States team due to a “medical problem”

Japan defeats United States for gold in softball

Victory for Brazilian Italo Ferreira the first Olympic men’s surf title

Gold for American Carissa Moore in the women’s surf final

USWNT in the quarterfinals (match report)

Gold in synchronized diving for Chinese women, USA with money

17-year-old American Lydia Jacoby surprises with a gold medal, win the 100m breaststroke at his first Olympic Games

ROC wins gold and silver in men’s 100m backstroke, Evgeny Rylov and Kliment Kolesnikov break American domination in the event

Australian Kaylee McKeown sets new Olympic record as she won the 100m backstroke in 57.47

– Great Britain wins gold and silver in men’s 200m freestyle, with Tom Dean winning gold and Duncan Scott taking silver

Triathlete Flora Duffy makes history by winning Bermuda’s very first gold medal

– Tokyo 2021 Olympic Games: competition calendar

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