China remains at the top of the medal table at the 32nd Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
China has so far won 11 medals, including six gold, one silver, and four bronze.
Japan is second and the United States is third in the competition.
Japan has so far won five gold and one silver medal, while the United States has won four gold, two silver, and four bronze medals.
Korea finished fourth with two gold and three bronze medals and fifth with one gold, four silver, and two bronze medals.
Italy, Australia, France, Hungary, Tunisia, Austria, Ecuador, Iran, Kosovo, Norway, Thailand, and Uzbekistan have all won gold. Of the 205 countries participating in the Tokyo Olympics, 42 have won medals so far.
Five athletes from Nepal have participated in the Tokyo Olympics in four games. Among them, Kalpana Pariyar of shooting and Sonia Bhatta of judo have already played.
Both have been defeated. Pariyar competed in the women’s 10m air rifle and Bhatta in the women’s 48kg weight class.
Gaurika Singh and Alex Shah of swimming and Saraswati Chaudhary of athletics are yet to compete in the Tokyo Olympics.
Singh will compete in the women’s 100m freestyle, Shah in the men’s 100m freestyle, and Chaudhary in the women’s 100m. Shah will compete on Tuesday, Singh on Wednesday, and Chaudhary on Friday.