TeamNL won two golds on Wednesday, thanks to cyclist Animek van Vleuten (time trial) and a quad paddle. In addition, three silver and three bronze medals were awarded.
With such a rich harvest, the Netherlands has improved its record on the day time honors at the Olympic Games. According to the data agency blessing note The Netherlands won a record number of seven medals at the Games on August 11, 1928 in Amsterdam. On that day, Orange took home four golds, one silver and one bronze. Thanks to the bronze by Judo Saint Van Dyck, which ensured the success of the final day of the Netherlands on Wednesday, TeamNL surpassed that in Tokyo.
The Netherlands is now in the medal table with two golds, six silvers and three bronzes. This score of eleven brackets is good for tenth place in the total number of medals.
Japan still tops the main medal standings, with the number of gold medals being the most weighted. The host country now has thirteen golds, four silvers and five bronzes. China (12-6-9) came second, followed by the United States (11-11-9), Russia (7-10-6) and Australia (6-1-9).
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